My URLs have valid FAQ content, but the tool cannot extract them. Why not?

It’s possible that the tool is not able to auto-extract QnA from valid FAQ URLs. In such cases, you have the option of copying and pasting the QnA content into a .txt and then trying to ingest it. Alternately, you can always editorially add content to your knowledge base.

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