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Meet our new graphical builder!

Ludvig Linse

Ludvig Linse

CTO & co-founder @ Narratory

Big news! We have been working hard the last few months and developed a graphical tool to build Narratory agents! The tool is using a graphical block programming approach developed at MIT. We think it is a very good fit to create dialog with and would love to hear what you think!

Curious? We suggest:

  1. See the Hello (and how are you doing) World example below
  2. View the video tutorial of the same application
  3. Sign up to try the (beta) tool here and start building!

Introduction of Sofie

Sofie Magnusson

Sofie Magnusson

Conversation Design @ Narratory

Hi everyone, Sofie here! I am beyond glad to join Narratory as a conversation designer.

Dialogues have always fascinated me. This ability for us humans to communicate, to put words together and project our inner selves by speaking or writing. There is nothing more powerful than that. I love watching how conversations flow between humans, this ping pong-like activity of listening, and sharing, and breaking new grounds just by exchanging inner thoughts with someone else. It’s really the greatest thing, and just the thought of being able to have that same kind of natural exchange with a computer makes the inner child of me burst of excitement.

Why use Narratory over Dialogflow alone

Ludvig Linse

Ludvig Linse

CTO & co-founder @ Narratory

A common question we get is what advantages Narratory has over using Dialogflow alone. We think that Kajsa, one of our first users, sums it up quite well in her quote:

"With the help of Narratory, I can focus on the design and the underlying logic instead of getting lost in contexts and wasting time navigating clumsy interfaces. In all, I am probably 2-4x faster with Narratory compared to using Dialogflow alone"

Below, we try to systematically go through each of the painpoints that Dialogflow bot creation has today, and how Narratory could be both more efficient and fun to use.

Joining and leading the content team of Coronaguiden

Sofie Magnusson

Sofie Magnusson

Conversation Design @ Narratory

“Kodapor” (Swedish for “Coding Monkeys”) is a Facebook-community for programmers in Sweden. In the midst of the outbreak of covid-19, I saw a post of someone who wanted to create a chatbot in order to reduce the strain on the burdened health system in Sweden. He, Ludvig, CTO and founder of Narratory) was looking for volunteers that could help out with this project. I decided to join the project.