What we label a ‘noun’ in Loome Assist configuration can be more flexible than a noun in regular English language. To Loome Assist, a noun is simply the subject of the user’s question or statement - as opposed to the verb or query.
Tip: If you are in doubt as to what Word Type to select, label your entry as a noun.
Usually we know ‘medical’ and ‘legal’ as adjectives, but in this instance the person building Loome Assist wants these words to be identified as main subjects/tags of the asker’s query. You can label any word as a noun in Loome Assist if required, regardless of word type within English language conventions.
Click on Dictionary from the navigation menu.
Click on Create New Entry.
Enter a Word/Phrase.
Select a ‘Noun’ as Phrase Type.