The tl;dr is if you type ‘perfect’ in front of your prompt and ChatGPT believes it can be written better, it will refine it. Also if it identifies any prompts that you don’t use that for, but seem to lack the it factor for prompts, it will auto-refine. Here are the basics on a simple site.
I might play around and see if I can update this line in ‘description_for_model’ to work with any prompt The plugin evaluates user inputs and, if necessary, transforms them into clearer, more specific, and contextual prompts. Appreciate the feedback, very helpful
Glad to see one opinion, even if an automated one, that I’m starting to learn to write decent prompts!
I’ll give it another shot.
(that was actually a prompt for my search plugin, llmsearch, btw. The problem I was looking to watch for is it is rather long for a web search prompt. Unfair to expect your plugin to notice that, though. )
Plugin doesn’t seem to work for me. It won’t allow me to select it on the plugin list, even if I click it, it stays deselected. I thought maybe that was intended. But when I prefix my prompt with the word perfect it never works. Here’s an example:
I have an idea. If somebody could create a floating text box. If while you were writing a prompt it could create a list of auto suggest prompts to choose from. For example, the word “compare” would give a list of well formatted prompts for comparing.
guilty as charged. I was exploring monetization options directly in ChatGPT but they’ve updated their policies regarding paywalled plugins.
atm looking to build a secondary product outside of the plugin and hopefully start acquiring users to offset the costs. it’s a learning process, but happy to front the costs currently to see if it’s a viable solution to people’s problems.