“Parsing responses is easy and is supported by following tags:
Like the name suggests, it matches the user response without considering the case of the text (if it is capital or small).
|Response-case_insenstive_match||hi, hello, hola, namaste, I am here, I am here now, I am back||10|
This tag would trigger only if the user response EXACTLY matches the string you define next to it in Text column.
This tag would trigger only when the user response matches the REGEX pattern provided in the Text Column. This is useful to parse anything from email address to ETH Wallet address.
This tag would trigger only if the user response matches the intent_name trained using the Intent type. The intent_name is to be given in the Text column.
Response-less_than (less_than_equal_to, greater_than, greater_than_equal_to)
This tag would trigger only if the user response is of type number and it is less than (less than equal to, greater than, greater than equal to) the number given inside the Text column.
This tag is triggered if there is no response from the user for X seconds (defined right after the tag).