After you've completed inputting question variations, you can proceed to check the Training Progress Meter.
The Training Progress Meter is a feature that shows how well-trained your assistant is on a given topic. It works based on the similarity, quantity, and variance of the question variations.
Similarity: Question variations should be as similar as possible - the more similar they are, the more the meter will go up!
Quantity: The meter will go up as more question variations are added to your cluster (just make sure that all of them follow the same intent).
Variance: This function follows how close your question variations are to the main intent of the variation group. If the questions' purpose completely differs from the group's primary intent, the progress meter will go down.
Before going live, make sure to check how well you have trained your assistant for various intents. With every accepted, declined, or added question variation and answer, the Training Progress Meter will change to show how well the intent is trained. If the meter indicates below 40%, you cannot go live. To avoid this, rethink what type of questions you can add and how many will be enough for the meter to go up!
If you want to learn more about pushing an intent live, please visit our guide on How to Train Your Assistant.
Based on your question variations, Hoory identifies topics related to the training intent.
After adding a few question variations and answers, you'll be able to see the newly generated topics. This will help you understand which topics your assistant finds suitable for each intent.
Don’t forget to check that your variations match the overall intent of the topics provided. Make the best out of your training process!
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