Join Brandon Rich for an in-depth discussion in this video Grant and use profile data permissions, part of Developing Skills for AWS Alexa.
- [Instructor] Before we can test, … make sure to deploy the code. … Now that's done head to the testing tab. … Let's say, ask Pizza Dog to tell me something about myself. … - [Alexa] Here's what I know: … I don't have permission to read your name. … I don't have permission to read your address. … You'll need to head into the Alexa app … or web console to grant permissions. … - [Instructor] Okay, that makes sense. … Now let's scroll down. … We've not really looked at this before. … I'll close these toasts. … But you can see the card that pops up. … It says here Pizza Dog needs you to consent to permissions. … See the Alexa App for more details. … If this were the Alexa mobile app, … because of the way that we popped up that consent card … with strings representing each permission we want … we'd be able to enable them right there. … Since we don't have our mobile app … we can go to alexa.amazon.com. … We've a card similar to the one that would appear … in the mobile app. … It says please grant permissions to this skill, …
- Designing effective voice interactions
- Designing an interaction model
- Building voice interactions
- Building an interaction model
- Alexa response functions
- Skills software development kit (SDK)
- Mapping values
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Design Your Alexa Skill
2. Alexa Skill First Steps
3. Building the Interaction Model
4. Enhancing the Voice Interaction
5. Publishing to the Alexa Skill Store
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