Changes Lex now supports the en-IN locale
Changes Customers can now migrate bots built with Lex V1 APIs to V2 APIs. This release adds APIs to initiate and manage the migration of a bot.
Changes Lex now supports the ja-JP locale
Changes Lex now supports es-419, de-DE locales
Changes Amazon Lex supports managing input and output contexts as well as default values for slots.
Changes Lex now supports es-ES, it-IT, fr-FR and fr-CA locales
Changes Lex now supports es-US locales
Changes Amazon Lex supports en-AU locale
Changes Amazon Lex supports the option to enable accuracy improvements and specify an intent classification confidence score threshold.
Changes This change adds the built-in AMAZON.KendraSearchIntent that enables integration with Amazon Kendra.
Changes Amazon Lex now supports tagging for bots, bot aliases and bot channels.
Changes Amazon Lex now supports AMAZON.AlphaNumeric with regular expressions.
Changes Amazon Lex now supports conversation logs and slot obfuscation.
Changes Amazon Lex now supports Sentiment Analysis
Changes Amazon Lex builds bot in two stages. After the first it sets status to READY_BASIC_TESTING. In this state the bot will match user inputs that exactly match the utterances configured for the bot's intents and values in the slot types.
Changes Amazon Lex now provides the ability to export and import your Amazon Lex chatbot definition as a JSON file.
Changes You can now define a response for your Amazon Lex chatbot directly from the AWS console. A response consists of messages dynamically selected from a group of pre-defined messages, populated by the developer.