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Status Submitted
Workspace Watson Assistant
Created by Guest
Created on Mar 3, 2022

Ability to delete disabled nodes when turning off MCR

Currently, when you turn off MCR (Multiple Conditioned Response) it will disable the separate responses instead of deleting them. This means they are kept in the skill/module but won't be visible in the Watson Assistant UI (can be seen in the downloaded JSON file).


The idea would be to have an option pop up when you turn MCR off/on to either disable or delete the disabled nodes. This would save space on the skill/module if you have a node with MCR on and large amounts of responses and you want to turn off MCR.


The alternative way of removing them would be to keep MCR on, delete all the responses on the node and turn MCR off. However, this can easily be automated with the idea above.

Needed By Not sure -- Just thought it was cool