When working in complicated flows, where jump-to's are used to move the user laterally through a dialogue, we lose sight of which jump-to's are implemented.
When updating or deleting a node we need to know when we shouldnt just check/update the parent and child nodes, but also any nodes that jump to the effected node.
Why is it useful?
|Who would benefit from this IDEA?||Users of Watson Assistant, since it would be easier to keep an overview and to keep the flow free of bugs as dialogues evolve.|
How should it work?
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