Voice Command Trigger

To trigger responses based on voice commands, you have to use the Voice Command trigger. You can set the Voice Command trigger to work either while someone is speaking or after someone finished speaking. Also, you are able to include and exclude phrases as commands.

In order to use the Voice Command trigger, you need to enable listening with the Listen response.

Best practices for greater efficiency and accuracy:

  • Stay close to the microphone.
  • Avoid background noise.
  • Try to be articulate.
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For example, once you tap the oval, listening to voice commands will be started. The oval will change its color as soon as someone is speaking.

Trigger Point

The point when a response should be triggered.

After Speaking

When the prototype is not picking up speech anymore, meaning when someone stopped speaking. This trigger point does not work when Continuous has been checked in the Listen response.

While Speaking

When the prototype is picking up speech, meaning when someone started speaking.

Command

When Command has been checked, a response would be triggered only when certain commands (words or phrases) have been included in or excluded from the speech.

Phrases - Include

This means that a voice command needs to include one of the phrases listed. You can enter various words, phrases, or sentences and separate them using line breaks.

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For example, the logo's opacity changes when the incoming voice command includes at least one of the two phrases: "ProtoPie" and "Prototyping Tool".

Phrases - Exclude

This means that a voice command needs to not contain one of the phrases listed. You can enter various words, phrases, or sentences and separate them using line breaks.

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For example, the text response would be triggered when the incoming voice command does not contain the phrase "ProtoPie".

No Phrases Detected

This means that the incoming speech does not contain any phrases. It could be that there was noise in the speech or other sounds that cannot be interpreted as human language.

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For example, "Please say it again" should be displayed via a text response when no phrase was detected.

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