This is documentation for Rasa X/Enterprise Documentation v1.0.x, which is no longer actively maintained.
For up-to-date documentation, see the latest version (1.2.x).
User feedback should continue to drive your development when your assistant is in production. Below you will find a list of tasks you should going into production.
Try sharing your assistant with at least 50 test users
Connect and test your production channel with users
- Decide how frequently you will read through new conversations (e.g. daily)
Collect 75 NLU training examples per intent per intent at a minimum
Ensure over 90% of these examples are from real conversations with users
Ensure each intent, entity, action, etc. is in your test stories 5+ times
Set up continuous integration and deployment to ship updates reliably
Come up with a way to identify successful or unsuccessful conversations
Use the Rasa X API to automatically tag those conversations, if possible
- Determine how you will track issues (e.g. Trello) that need to be fixed