This page describes how to create and log in to a Dialogflow account.
Dialogflow requires a Google account for log in. If you already have one, skip to the next section. If you don't have a Google account, you can get one here with your current email or sign up for a Google account and email at the same time with Gmail.
Create your Dialogflow account
Now that you're signed into your Google account, you can sign into Dialogflow by following these steps:
Click the Google login button.
If you're signed in to multiple Google accounts in your browser, choose which Google account you want to sign in with.
Allow Dialogflow to access your Google account. Dialogflow uses the following permissions:
- View and manage your data across Google Cloud Platform services: This permission lets Dialogflow deploy Cloud Functions for Firebase on your behalf to (optionally) power your agent. See Fulfillment for more information.
- View and manage your Google Assistant voice commands, dialog, and grammar: This permission lets you to test your Dialogflow agent on the Google Assistant. See Google Assistant integration for more information.
- View and manage your Actions on Google: This permission lets you to deploy your Dialogflow agent to the Google Assistant and Actions on Google as a conversational action(s).
Lastly, you'll be taken to Dialogflow's terms of service, which you'll need to accept in order to use Dialogflow.
Next, you'll create your first Dialogflow agent and test it out.