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How to Use Commands to Get the AI to Write About What You Want

You can use commands to easily instruct the AI to write about specific things.

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You can use commands to easily instruct the AI to write about specific things.

You can also use commands to have the AI generate ideas for you.

  1. Write the commands anywhere in the editor.

  2. Highlight the command, 20 to 300 characters long.

  3. Click the Command button or Control/Ctrl + G

๐Ÿค– You can be creative and create your own commands.

Here are some of the commands you can use:

Write a PAS for the content below: (Problem, Agitate, Solve)

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Write an AIDA for the content below: (Attention, Interest, Desire, Action)

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Write ad copy about the product description below:

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Write a creative ad for the following product to run on Facebook aimed at beginner bloggers:

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Write an introductory paragraph about [topic].

Write a brief for [topic].

Write a blog conclusion on [topic].

Write blog title ideas about [topic].

Explain how to [topic].

Write tips about [topic].

Write drawbacks about [topic].

Write benefits of [topic].

Provide an analogy for [topic].

Write 5 questions about [topic].

Write a personal experience review about [topic].

Explain [topic] in academic language.

Explain [topic] in fluent tone.

Write a brief about [topic].

Explain [topic] to a child.

Write a video script outline for a video titled [title].

Write an engaging Facebook post about [topic].

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