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Prompting Tips and More

Prompting Tips and More

Let’s start with a very useful tip for Excel users using ChatGPT-4o:
Attach a spreadsheet in the chat box (don’t forget to anonymize sensitive data)
Use the following prompt:

Analyze this spreadsheet. Do deep technical and statistical analysis on it. Generate charts and visualizations.
You can right-click on the charts to save the charts. And you can also instruct ChatGPT to compile the info in a PDF.
Try it and get fascinated 😊

Social Media Calendar Planning:
Try this prompt to make your life easy:
“You are an expert social media manager. I want you to create a schedule for social media posts over one month, starting from [insert date that schedule will start]. The frequency of posting will be [daily/every two days/every weekday/weekly]. My business is called [insert name] and we sell [insert products or services]. For each post, include the day it will be published, a heading, body text and include relevant hashtags. The tone of voice we use is [professional/casual/funny/friendly]. For each post, also include a suggestion for an image that we can use that could be found on a stock image service.”
PS: After this is done, you can also ask the AI to use Midjourney (or other tools) to make you the images.
Easy-Peasy 😊

Top Tips for Writing Better AI Prompts
Google’s latest guide on AI prompting reveals essential strategies to enhance your interactions with AI tools like ChatGPT and Google Gemini. Here’s a quick rundown of the top tips, perfect for professionals on the go:

1. The Power of Three: Always ask for three variations of a response. This approach helps uncover different perspectives and ensures you don’t miss out on the best possible output. For example, request three slogan options highlighting different aspects such as reliability, innovation, and popularity.
2. Multi-Step Workflows: Break down complex tasks into smaller, sequential prompts to reduce errors and achieve more accurate results. Instead of a single long prompt, use a series of targeted prompts to gradually build towards your final goal.
3. Template Time-Savers: Use AI to brainstorm and create templates tailored to your role. This method saves time and helps overcome creative blocks by providing a variety of template ideas for different tasks.
4. Top-Down Competitive Analysis: Start with broad prompts to understand the overall landscape, then narrow down to specific, actionable insights. This approach ensures a comprehensive understanding before diving into detailed analysis.
5. Supercharge Your PDFs: Enhance PDF handling by using Google Docs with Google Gemini. Upload PDFs to Google Drive, open them in Google Docs, and use AI to summarize and extract key points efficiently. Of course, alternatively, you can use Acrobat’s AI itself to do the same in Acrobat Reader itself.

Apply these strategies to make the most of AI tools, boosting productivity and creativity every day.

For more detailed guidance, refer to Google’s latest AI prompting guide:

Microsoft unveils ‘AI-first‘ PCs
New AI experiences include a new feature called Recall, which allows users to search for anything they’ve seen on their screen with natural language.
Copilot’s new screen-sharing feature allows AI to watch, hear, and understand what a user is doing on their computer and answer questions in real time.

Reality matches Fiction – Tony Stark’s all-powerful JARVIS AI assistant is getting closer to reality every day. Once Copilot, ChatGPT, Project Astra, or anyone else can not only respond but start executing tasks autonomously, things will start getting really exciting — and likely initiate a whole new era of tech work.

Ask yourself this question every day – Am I ready to change?

More next week. Insha’Allah!

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