With language service resource, do i have access to QnA maker and text analytics

Louis 181 Reputation points

The merge is very confused in azure portal, which kind of resource I should follow? I don’t want to have a lot of overlap resource. Thanks!

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  1. YutongTie-MSFT 47,676 Reputation points

    Hello @Louis

    QnA maker and Text Analytics are rebranded under Language Service.

    The QnA Maker service is being retired on the 31st of March, 2025. A newer version of the question and answering capability is now available as part of Azure Cognitive Service for Language. For question answering capabilities within the Language Service, see question answering. Starting 1st October, 2022 you won’t be able to create new QnA Maker resources. For information on migrating existing QnA Maker knowledge bases to question answering, consult the migration guide.

    Text Analytics has been incorporated into the language service, and its features are still available. If you were using Text Analytics, your applications should continue to work without breaking changes. You can also see the Text Analytics migration guide, if you need to update an older application.

    Consider using one of the available quickstart articles to see the latest information on service endpoints, and API calls.

    For the updated feature, of course one language service will work for both. I would highly recommend you to try Language Service and you will like it!


    -Please kindly accept the answer if you feel helpful to support the community, thanks a lot.

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