Going beyond ‘Hey Google’: building a Rasa-powered Google Assistant

(Juste) #1

Going beyond ‘Hey Google’: building a Rasa-powered Google Assistant

A highly requested blogpost is here: integrating Rasa to Google Assistant and enabling it to handle more complex conversations. Check it out! :slight_smile:

(Serhiy) #2

hey @Juste thanks for such detailed info. Wanted to ask if you faced case :

  1. The bot (rasa-core) respond (send messages to google home app) with two answers e.g.
  • I see you’re authorized so I can make action you asked for.
  • Please provide time when you want to make an action.

BUT in reality google home pronounces just first utterance and than listens… (seems like google app received second utterance but hasn’t pronounced it because was busy with saying first utterance) :slight_smile:

Open for any ideas how to handle it :slight_smile:

(boz) #3

I followed the tutorial whose name is “Going Beyond ‘Hey Google’: Building a Rasa-powered Google Assistant”. (Going beyond ‘Hey Google’: building a Rasa-powered Google Assistant)

It is a great tutorial but when I literally implemented the code I had the error:

Invocation ErrorYou cannot use standard Google Assistant features in the Simulator. If you want to try them, use Google Assistant on your phone or other compatible devices.

Even though I used the cell phone but I got the same error. What could be the problem? Thank you very much


(Juste) #4

Hey @serdar. I think you are facing the same issue which is related to enabling testing mode on Google Assistant as some other community members did. To go around the issue you will need to create a new user with viewer perimissions and use that account to test your app. Check out this thread to see how to do it detail and let us know if you are still facing this issue: Problem facing in integrating bot with Google assistant :slight_smile:

(boz) #5

Hey Juste,

Thank you very much for your response and guidance. I really appreciate.

Regards, Serdar