Using the BotFlo app, you can autogenerate different kinds of bots. BotFlo doesn’t automatically add a Default Fallback intent in your agent. In this article I explain how you can easily add the Default Fallback intent.
In addition, this guide will be helpful if you accidentally deleted the Default Fallback Intent from your bot and want to bring it back 🙂
I created an example bot using the Rich FAQ Bot generator. Notice that there is no Default Fallback Intent.
1 Create a new agent
You have a couple of default intents to start with.
2 Copy the Default Fallback Intent
3 Add it to the autogenerated agent. Remember to uncheck the “Copy related entities” checkbox.
4 When you click on Copy, Dialogflow will copy the Default Fallback Intent into your autogenerated agent.
5 Clicking into the Default Fallback Intent, you can see that all the relevant training phrases have already been copied over.
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