They can contain the following components: Use basic cards mainly for display purposes.
They are designed to be concise, to present key (or summary) information to users, and to allow users to learn more if you choose (using a weblink).
TTS text will be used as chat bubble content by default.
So if this looks fine, you do not need to specify any display text for a chat bubble.
While they are visually compelling, carousels are limited in their utility in a multimodal interface.We recommend adding suggestion chips below a carousel if you want to continue the conversation.Chips in this context are used to pivot the conversation (not for choice selection).Lists are good for when it's important to compare options (e.g which "Peter", do you need to speak to? ), or the user needs to choose between options that need to be scanned at a glance.We recommend adding suggestion chips below a list to enable the user to pivot or expand the conversation.
You can use the client library to read the value by calling Selected Option().