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Alexa Skills - Developer Voice And Vote

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This site enables Alexa Skill Developers to request and vote on features you'd like to see in the developer toolset and services for Alexa.

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Alexa Skills - Developer Voice And Vote



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  1. After the Alexa service queries a set of candidate skills with CanFulfillIntentRequest, a skill is potentially selected to receive the intent.

    Even if the skill responds with a canFulfill: "YES" in its response, it's not guaranteed that it will be selected.

    This makes it difficult for a developer to know if CanFulfillIntentRequest is working to drive traffic or to know if it should use a tailored response.

    Use cases:
    User: Alexa, tell me a something about cats
    <Cat Facts responds CanFulfill: "YES">
    Alexa: Here's your response from the Cat Facts skill! ...

    User: Alexa, tell me a random fact

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    Announced  ·  Alexa Admin responded

    Thank you for trying out the CanFulfillIntentRequest interface and for your feedback. We’re going to be collecting feedback and iterating on the feature throughout the public beta period and are working on ways to make it easier for developers to view metrics related to CanFulfillIntentRequest!

    We encourage developers to provide their feedback by creating a post and tagging the post with Canfulfillintentrequest on the Alexa Skills Kit developer forum.

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