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Easily build and use bots within Microsoft Teams with Power Virtual Agents

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Microsoft continues to plow development energy behind Power Virtual Agents. This is an excellent article about "how to build" a low code PVA. In our experience, these starting points for conversational experiences are great but typically apply to a pretty limited user experience. That is, they're great for a very short process, but it can leave a lot to be desired for longer processes. Don't get me wrong – I think PVAs are great and I love the advances with this tooling, but it is still tough to design and build complete user experiences without a good process leader and a good developer to finish it off. At Yesflow we're leveraging the Microsoft stack of backend tools (LUIS, Bot Framework, etc.) the same way as PVA, BUT we're providing NO CODE, complete, end-to-end "processes on conversational rails" so that our customers can be up and running very quickly without a design or development effort.

Original Article:

Microsoft has taught its Power Virtual Agents (PVA)several new languages as part of its effort to get non-developers to build AI bots. The company is
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