Class Intent (0.8.0)

Intent(mapping=None, *, ignore_unknown_fields=False, **kwargs)

An intent represents a user's intent to interact with a conversational agent. You can provide information for the Dialogflow API to use to match user input to an intent by adding training phrases (i.e., examples of user input) to your intent.

Attributes: name (str): The unique identifier of the intent. Required for the [Intents.UpdateIntent][] method. [Intents.CreateIntent][] populates the name automatically. Format: projects/<Project ID>/locations/<Location ID>/agents/<Agent ID>/intents/<Intent ID>. display_name (str): Required. The human-readable name of the intent, unique within the agent. training_phrases (Sequence[]): The collection of training phrases the agent is trained on to identify the intent. parameters (Sequence[]): The collection of parameters associated with the intent. priority (int): The priority of this intent. Higher numbers represent higher priorities.

    -  If the supplied value is unspecified or 0, the service
       translates the value to 500,000, which corresponds to the
       ``Normal`` priority in the console.
    -  If the supplied value is negative, the intent is ignored
       in runtime detect intent requests.
is_fallback (bool):
    Indicates whether this is a fallback intent.
    Currently only default fallback intent is
    allowed in the agent, which is added upon agent
    Adding training phrases to fallback intent is
    useful in the case of requests that are
    mistakenly matched, since training phrases
    assigned to fallback intents act as negative
    examples that triggers no-match event.
labels (Sequence[]):
    The key/value metadata to label an intent. Labels can
    contain lowercase letters, digits and the symbols '-' and
    '_'. International characters are allowed, including letters
    from unicase alphabets. Keys must start with a letter. Keys
    and values can be no longer than 63 characters and no more
    than 128 bytes.

    Prefix "sys-" is reserved for Dialogflow defined labels.
    Currently allowed Dialogflow defined labels include:

    -  sys-head
    -  sys-contextual The above labels do not require value.
       "sys-head" means the intent is a head intent.
       "sys.contextual" means the intent is a contextual intent.
description (str):
    Human readable description for better
    understanding an intent like its scope, content,
    result etc. Maximum character limit: 140


builtins.object > proto.message.Message > Intent