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The following gives a complete tutorial of how to go and publish such a skill in the Amazon UK Store.
Step 1: Skill Information
Select "Alexa Skills Set" and then click "Get Started".
Click "Add a New Skill".
For publishing apps to the UK market, a new language corresponding to English (U.K.) needs to be added.
Step 2: Interaction Model
Build the interaction model as shown below:
Since the Alexa skill in the Amazon UK market does not support Amazon.Literal functionality, the custom slot types needs to be provided as well.
Step 3: Configuration
Before moving onto the configuration, you need to create an Amazon Lambda function. To do that go to the following website:
Create the configuration as shown below and copy the code given in this tutorial in the end.
You will need to obtain the api and add it to the code from the following website:
Now copy the ARN and head back to the skill configuration page and paste the ARN to connect the lambda function with the Alexa Skill.
Step 4: Testing
Now test your skill by entering some sample utterances.
After you are satisfied with the result, go to the Publish tab and put the appropriate information pertaining to your skill.
Step 5: Publishing
Fill in the proper information and add the countries you want the skill to be published to.
You will also be required to enter the example phrases as shown below:
Step 6: Privacy and Compliance
Complete the Privacy and Compliance tab and submit the skill for certification. It is mentioned that it will take upto 7 days for the certification but normally it happens within 3 days.
If you did everything as per the tutorial then your skill will be certified, Voila!
You can check the published skill on the market by visiting the following link: