What are the best practices for creating a knowledge base?
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To convert an existing V4 bot a skill, please visit: https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/bot-service/skill-implement-skill?view=azure-bot-service-4.0&tabs=cs
The Skill manifest enables Skills to be self-describing in that they communicate the name and description of a Skill, its authentication requirements if appropriate along with the discrete actions that it exposes.
This manifest provides all the metadata required for a calling Bot to know when to trigger invoking a skill and what actions it provides. The manifest is used by the Skill command-line tool to configure a Bot to make use of a Skill.
Examples of Power BI dashboards are provided in the Power BI Analytics sample, highlighting how to gain insights on your bot's performance and quality.
Azure services are pay-as-you-go: for example, per hour of compute or per a message sent. This way, you only pay for the resources you use and can cancel anytime.
To link accounts to a Virtual Assistant, please check out: https://microsoft.github.io/botframework-solutions/howto/virtual-assistant/linkedaccounts/
Bot Framework Virtual Assistant template enables you to build a conversational assistant tailored to your brand, personalized for your users, and available across a broad range of clients and devices. This template greatly simplifies the creation of a new bot project by providing basic conversational intents, Dispatch, LUIS, and QnA Maker integration, Skills, and automated ARM deployment.