Create chatbots with Google Vertex AI on Zapier

With Google Vertex AI, you can use artificial intelligence to create chatbots. Send a chat to Google Vertex AI and generate a completion, with the option to store the message as you go.
 
To set up a Conversation action:
 

1. Choose the app and event

  • In the Zap editor, click the action step, or click the plus + icon to add an action to your Zap.
  • Search and select Google Vertex AI.
  • Click the Event dropdown menu.
  • Select Conversation.
  • Click Continue.

 

2. Connect to Google Vertex AI

 

3. Set up Conversation

  • Context: Context shapes responses in the conversation. For example, you can use this field to specify words the model can or cannot use, topics to focus on or avoid, or the response format or style.
  • User Message: The most recent message the assistant (Google Vertex AI) responds to.
  • Memory Key (optional): If provided, this value will allow the assistant to continue a conversation from previous messages. Use a value that won't change over the course of a conversation (like a user's email address). If blank, the assistant will not store this conversation.
  • Project ID: From the dropdown menu, select your project ID.
  • Model Region: By default, us-central1 will be selected.
  • Advanced Fields (optional): To adjust your large language model (LLM) parameters, select True from the Advanced Fields dropdown menu. Your screen will refresh to show the advanced fields.
  • Once you’ve set up your fields, click Continue.
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  • If you opt to store messages using the Memory Key field, it will be stored in Storage by Zapier. Storage by Zapier deletes inactive data after 2 months.
  • Information stored by this action is not used for fine-tuning or model training.

 

4. Test the action

  • Click Test action.
  • The next screen will show if Zapier can perform the action step successfully.

 

 
Once you’ve set up your Conversation action, you can continue setting up the rest of your Zap.
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