Dialogflow integrates with many popular conversation platforms like Google Assistant, Slack, and Facebook Messenger. If you want to build an agent for one of these platforms, you should use one of the many integrations options. Direct end-user interactions are handled for you, so you can focus on building your agent. Each integration handles end-user interactions in a platform-specific way, so see the documentation for your integration platform for details.
There are multiple types of Dialogflow integrations:
- Partner built-in telephony integrations: These integrations are created by Google partners in collaboration with Google. Google provides no support for these integrations. You should contact the integration owner for support. Some of these telephony integrations are available as "one-click" integrations. One-click integrations require a single click to enable from Dialogflow, which is followed by configuration steps required by the partner. The following are available from Google partners:
- Dialogflow built-in integrations: These integrations are fully supported by Dialogflow and are configured with the Dialogflow Console. The following are available:
- Google-contributed open source integrations: These open source integrations were contributed by Google. Feel free to fork, modify, and publish your own integrations. These integrations are legacy built-in integrations, so some of them can still be selected as platforms for intent responses. The following integrations were contributed by Google:
- Independent integrations: These integrations are not built-in and are created by other organizations and individuals. They are built on the Dialogflow API. Google provides no support for these integrations. You should contact the integration owner for support.