How do I train Albus on specific web pages from a website?

How do I train Albus on specific web pages from a website?

Albus, can now learn from specific web pages on a website. 
In this article, we'll explore how Albus can be trained on specific web pages from a website, customizing its knowledge base to better suit your needs.
  1. Enter website url, albus crawls the website for all web pages linked on the same domain. 
  2. By default, Albus trains on all pages it finds.
  3. You might not want all pages to form the wiki which is why you can include/exclude pages.
  4. Excluded pages also are excluded from training.
  5. You can set an auto-retrain frequency too.

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