Hi, I have structured the NLU data in my data folder by having an individual file for every intent, which works fine for training. Unfortunately, when using Rasa X (guess its the interactive mode) newly classified text examples get written to random files. So that I end up with files that contain multiple intents (and often only a single example). Guess this shouldnt be a problem for training, however it is annoying for organizing my data. Is this expected behaviour or am I doing something wrong?
This is probably a general problem of the interactive mode, but at least in the CLI its asking for a (single) file to write to.