Narratory's graphical builder uses an intuitive way to build dialog and allows you to build complex chat behavior without having to write any code. It is based on a battle-tested graphical programming toolset developed at MIT.
The builder allows you to build and test your bot straight in your browser, showcased below:
Building blocks explained
The graphical builder uses the same building-blocks as the coding interface of Narratory:
- Narrative: The bot-driven interaction, typically starting with a greeting and ending with a goodbye. Each item in the Narrative is a bot turn. The bot turns will normally be executed in order from top to bottom.
- User Initiatives: User-driven parts of the interaction. This could be questions that the user should be able to ask at any time of the dialog. Each item in the User Initiatives is a user turn.
- Intents: This is where you define your Intents - what the users should be able to say to your bot.
- Entities: This is where you define your Entities - the data point that you can extract from Intents.
To get started using the graphical builder, we recommend: