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How Do I Determine Unique Users?

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If you are familiar with the Watson Assistant Plus plan, then you have likely come across the same question as others: How do I determine what constitutes a “unique” user?

The Watson Assistant Plus plan comes with several super cool features, including disambiguation, intent recommendations, and user-based pricing. You can read more from the official announcement: https://www.ibm.com/blogs/watson/2018/12/introducing-watson-assistant-plus-pricing-plan-and-new-powerful-features/

The Plus (and Premium) plan bases its pricing on MAUs (Monthly Active Users). Consider this scenario: You are the owner of a floral shop specializing in yellow roses (my favorite). You would likely create a chatbot to answer common customer inquiries. These may include: what are your store hours, what types of flowers do you sell, and it can look up a customer’s order information. For previous Watson Assistant pricing plans, you were charged per Message API call. If a customer asks, “What type of flowers do you specialize in?” and the bot responds with “We specialize in all types of yellow roses.” then that is 1 Message API call. Each subsequent utterance is another Message API call.

With the Plus plan, you are charged a base rate for “x” number of users (tiered, starting at 10,000 users). So each user could talk to the bot 100 times per week if they wanted, but they are still only considered to be one user. Now to the original point, how do I tell Watson, who is a unique user? In your API calls, there is a parameter called `user_id` which you use to send Watson Assistant the ID for your user. (https://cloud.ibm.com/apidocs/assistant-v2#send-user-input-to-assistant)



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