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Add a visualization to the "Try it out" expereince that shows the intent confidence threshould
Google Dialog Flow has a functionality for its developers that WA does not have: the json of the response is easily inspected in the tooling as "diagnostic info". Our premier customer sent me this email to complain:
> Hey Anna,
> We talked about this briefly before, but now that we are heavily into the testing cycle I would like
> to formally suggest adding the intent score into the UI for Watson Assistant. Since it is not there
> you have to use the dev tools to see it. It is an extra step to remember to open the dev tools and
> they take up a lot of the UI real estate which makes it harder to triage an issue. It would make > life much simpler if the intent score was in the UI along with the intent name.
We'd like to have a similar inspection method for the json object, especially focusing on the confidence score of the top intent
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