Voice Resources | The Basics

Levi Sawyers

Levi Sawyers

voice the basics

Jargon is built to empower teams to collaborate and build world-class conversational apps. By using Jargon, teams can author, deliver, and optimize voice-first, multimodal experiences. In this article, we’ll take a look at how to get the entire team started with Jargon.

Building an enterprise voice experience requires a team — from developers to content creators to designers to project managers — to work together. At Jargon, we’ve simplified this process to keep the team collaborating where content and teamwork is needed most. For starters, we created a single source to get the team on the same page in the Resource Library.

In the Resource Library, teams can find a variety of resources applicable to their needs. From the creation of Scenes, to fine-tuning responses in the Studio, to how to structure responses — it’s all in one library. As a best practice, add the page to favorites — the resource library is the easiest way to stay updated with the latest changes.

Secondly, for developers, check out our documentation on how integrate the Jargon Platform SDK to keep content separate from code, among various other features. Simply by doing so, any content changes created and modified in Jargon keeps code and developer time out of the mix.

To finish, take a look at Content Releases. When content managed in Jargon is ready, a release can be initiated to make that content available to the application. Delivering new content changes to the conversational experience is an easy process for both creators and developers to work together.

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