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Speechly Examples

Examples of using Speechly for different use-cases.

Each example is a complete application consisting of a configuration and a web application. You can choose to run it locally using our handy react templates or straight in the browser using the linked CodePen.


An empty configuration provides a transcript, but no intents or entities.

Useful when

  • your application only needs basic transcription capabilities, or
  • for trying out our non-adapted speech-to-text-service, or
  • when you want to build your own configuration with custom intents and entities from scratch.

Note that also speech-to-text accuracy is affected by the configuration. Especially accuracy on domain-specific vocabulary can be significantly increased by providing these as part of your configuration.

Product Filtering

This example demonstrates the technology that underlies our Fashion demo. At the core is a regular faceted search engine, and voice is simply used to manipulate the drop-down filters.

Supports utterances such as

  • brand is converse
  • color blue
  • red sneakers by new balance

Contact Form

Entering data into a Web form can be a daunting task, especially on a mobile device. This example shows how to set up a form so that it can be filled out with voice.

Supports utterances such as

  • my name is sherlock holmes
  • i live at one twenty two baker street
  • email sherlock at gmail dot com

Command and Control

Users not finding a piece of information on a complex website is a common UX frustration. This example demonstrates how a voice FAQ service can make your site easier to navigate.

Supports utterances such as

  • what is your email address
  • tell me about delivery options
  • i want to know about your return policy

Last updated by Ari Nykänen on June 17, 2022 at 13:50 +0300

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