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Anonymous
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Topic Naming

In order to manage a large number of topics, it is useful to use a naming convention. However, if a user types in a single word that could match multiple topics, by default it outputs:

 

Sorry, I didn't get that. Did you mean:

 

Followed by a list of the topic names.

 

The topic naming convention means that the name shown is not user friendly. Is there a way to have an additional user friendly topic name?

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Jcook
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Hello @Anonymous 

 

Consider posting an idea in the ideas page for this feature:

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Ideas/ct-p/pva_ideas

I see your pain, I normally try and use a numerical list, like:

1.1 Get Employee Details

1.2 Submit Employee Details

1.3 Status on Employee Submissions

2.1 Get Contractor Details

2.2 ...

2.3 ...

 

this way even if the bot has a ‘Did you mean’ moment, it still looks readable to the user, but also keeps a structure for the developer


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AkashJain
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Hi Partner

 

Currently its not possible to have the naming convention, however once user enters any phrases, it will give you the list of topics and topic name can be friendly.

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