Now not to pad myself on the back too much, but I am somewhat of an expert when it comes to Vertical Buttons for Power Virtual Agents. Both for the classic designer using Bot Framework Composer and for the new authoring experience of Power Virtual Agents. And with the new prompt engineering feature Copilot coming to Power Virtual Agents I am wondering if my blogposts are now obsolete!
This post is of course about my first impressions using Copilot for Power Virtual Agents. It is also an excuse to quickly play around with it. I want to put this technology to a quick test as I did with Boost Conversation for Power Virtual Agent. I am very much an enthusiast of this technology and the productivity it can bring. So let’s put it to the test!
Let’s now create our first ChatBot and ask it to write a starting topic. The starting topic will be the first question the Bot asks the user so our bot can direct the user to the correct topic such as:
Can Copilot for PVA build a Card with Vertical Buttons?
Microsoft has recently announced a new AI technology for Microsoft 365 called Copilot. The technology is designed to help users of Microsoft 365
Power Virtual Agents is a no-code/low-code chatbot development platform by Microsoft that enables users to create and deploy intelligent chatbots for various business applications. Power Virtual Agents uses natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning (ML) algorithms to understand user intent and provide relevant responses in real-time.
The platform provides a drag-and-drop interface for designing chatbots without the need for coding skills. Users can train their chatbots to answer frequently asked questions, automate tasks, and integrate with other business applications such as Microsoft Teams, Dynamics 365, and Power Automate.
With Power Virtual Agents, businesses can provide 24/7 support to their customers, reduce customer service costs, improve customer engagement, and gain valuable insights into customer behavior and preferences.
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