To link your Converse account with Google to use the Actions on Google integration is very simple. Click on the left hand navigation for
Channels, this will display the supported channels and you select
Actions on Google. This will open the registration panel and you need to use the Sign in with Google button in the registration page.
This will allow you to approve Converse to view and manage a specified Actions on Google project. Once you have approved this you will be able to customise the Actions on Google integration or jump straight into testing with the Google Home Web Simulator.
A default message that will be sent if the user talks to the bot without a specific action.
A list of suggestions that will be displayed with the welcome message. These values will be returned to Converse when clicked as a phrase to trigger a conversation.
For Converse to know about your users we need to request permissions. These options allow you to choose how what permissions we request when the user first talks to the bot.
- Context Message
The message that is displayed to explain why you are requesting the permissions.
- Stop On Refused
State if you want to stop talking to the user if they refuse the permissions, would be used if your bot relies on the location of the user to function.
- Stop On Refused Message
A message to be sent to state that you are stopping the conversation due to refused permissions.
The name of the user talking to the bot.
- Precise Location
The precise location of the users device.
- Coarse Location
The coarse location of the users device.
A message to be displayed if the user response is not recognised.
State if you should stop the current conversation when there is a parse fail.
From the deployments tab you can select the project that the integration will manage, as well as update the test and live version of the Actions on Google project.
Add a carousel select to the next question.
Add a link button to the next question that will redirect the user to the specified URL.
Add a list select to the next question.
Add suggestion postback buttons to the next question.
Send a basic card rich media element.
Send a message that can support SSML.
Google Actions does not support sending comments without receiving a response. As such modules like the 'Add Comment' module will not work as it cannot send the comment and not get a response back.