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Status Planned for future release
Workspace Watson Assistant
Created by Deleted user
Created on Jan 14, 2019

Create UI/UX for Watson Assistant users to view, delete, and add counterexamples

Currently, via the web tooling, there is no way to view or delete counterexamples in the WA workspace.  You may add them using the "Irrelevant" tag in the "try it out" panel, but after that the counterexample is not easily inspect-able.

This causes problems in client's workspaces that utilize this feature, like GEICO, or MBFS, since there may be conflicting training in the counter examples and the intent training, and you can not realize this unless you download the json object and inspect it. that way. 

I'd recommend that that counterexamples be available to inspection, and modification in the UI and also have an import/export mechanism that allows for utf-8 csv files to be the source of the information.

  • Guest
    Jun 27, 2019

    This is a HUGE benefit. To get around this, we're currently using a standalone intent instead of training on Irrelevant for counterexamples just so business users can actively see counterexamples in the interface