Home / DialogFlow ES / App question: How to use the bot generator for Spanish?
DialogFlow ES | Non English

App question: How to use the bot generator for Spanish?

Website Name Change

I have changed the name of this website from Mining Business Data to BotFlo. I am offering a 40% off discount on both my Dialogflow ES and Dialogflow CX courses till end of April 2021 for people who can help me spread the word about my new website.

The question is also relevant to any other language that Dialogflow supports.

Here is a list of languages that Dialogflow supports at the moment:

When you get the bot generator app, at the top of the page you will see a textbox where you specify the agent language.

Important: you should type in the language code, and not the language name.

For example, if you want to use Spanish, type in es and not Spanish.

Example usage inside the Bot Generator app:

Where to find the language code for your specific agent?

1 You can look it up on the table on the page linked above

2 In the Dialogflow console, you can see it under the agent name

If you are interested in purchasing the bot generator app, you should do so immediately. Quite a few people have mentioned that the app is worth a lot more than what I am charging right now, so I might be raising the price of the app very soon. [currently it is $29, and I plan to raise it to $39]

"The magic key I needed as a non-programmer"

The custom payload generator was the magic key I needed (as a non-programmer) to build a good demo with rich responses in DialogFlow Messenger. I've only used it for 30 minutes and am thrilled. I've spent hours trying to figure out some of the intricacies of DialogFlow on my own. Over and over, I kept coming back to Aravind's tutorials available on-line. I trust the other functionalities I learn to use in the app will save me additional time and heartburn.

- Kathleen R
Cofounder, gathrHealth

Similar Posts