Jaydus Prompting Guide

Welcome to the Jaydus Prompting Guide! This guide will assist you in creating clear, concise, and effective prompts to maximize your interactions with Jaydus. Whether you need assistance with marketing, content creation, data analysis, or troubleshooting, following these guidelines will ensure you receive detailed and customized responses that meet your objectives.

General Tips for Effective Prompting

Be Clear and Specific

  • Clearly state your task or question at the beginning of your message.
  • Provide context and details to help Jaydus understand your needs.
  • Break complex tasks into smaller, manageable steps.
Bad Prompt:“Help me with a business strategy.

Good Prompt: I need help developing a strategic plan for our tech startup. The plan should include a vision statement, target market analysis, competitive landscape, and key milestones. Please provide a framework with essential points for each section.

Why It’s Better: The good prompt provides specific details about the task, giving Jaydus a clear direction for the output.

Use Examples

  • Provide examples of the kind of output you’re looking for.
  • If you want a specific format or style, show Jaydus an example.

Bad Prompt: Draft a presentation.

Good Prompt: I need to create a presentation for an investor pitch. Here’s a rough outline I’ve used before:

  1. Introduction to the company
  2. Market opportunity
  3. Product overview
  4. Business model
  5. Financial projections
Help me refine this outline and provide suggestions for each section, including key points and visuals.

Why It’s Better: The good prompt provides a concrete example of the desired structure and key elements, helping Jaydus tailor the response effectively.

Encourage Thinking

  • For complex tasks, ask Jaydus to ‘think step-by-step’ or ‘explain the reasoning.’
Bad Prompt:“How do I increase customer retention?

Good Prompt: I want to improve customer retention rates. Please outline a step-by-step approach, considering:

  • Current retention challenges
  • Strategies to enhance customer engagement
  • Implementation of a loyalty program
  • Metrics to measure success
Provide detailed explanations for each step and a summary at the end.

Why It’s Better: The good prompt provides a structured approach, guiding Jaydus to think about the problem systematically.

Task-Specific Tips and Examples

Content CreationSpecify Your Audience: Bad Prompt: Write an article about technology.

Good Prompt: I need a 1,000-word article on the impact of artificial intelligence on small businesses. The audience is small business owners with limited tech knowledge, so keep it clear and informative. Include an introduction, three main points with examples, and a conclusion.

Why It’s Better: This prompt specifies the audience, tone, and structure, helping Jaydus tailor the content appropriately.

Define the Tone and Style:

Bad Prompt:Write a product review.

Good Prompt: Create a 300-word review for our new wireless earbuds. Use an engaging and friendly tone. Highlight sound quality, battery life, and ease of use. End with a recommendation. Mention at least two user testimonials.

Why It’s Better: This prompt provides clear guidance on tone, style, and specific content elements, ensuring a detailed output.

Document Summary and Q&ABe specific about what you want.

Bad Prompt: Summarize this financial report.

Good Prompt: Attached is our Q2 2023 Financial Report. Summarize the key findings in one paragraph. Then answer these questions:

  • What was the net profit margin?
  • How did operating expenses compare to Q1?
  • List three key financial challenges mentioned.
Cite specific figures from the report.

Why It’s Better: This prompt specifies the focus, provides clear questions, and asks for citations, ensuring targeted and useful responses.

Data Analysis and Visualization Specify the desired format.Bad Prompt: Analyze our customer feedback data.

Good Prompt: Please analyze the ‘Q1 2023 Customer Feedback’ data attached. Summarize key insights in the following format:

  • Executive Summary
  • Common themes and trends
  • Positive feedback highlights
  • Areas for improvement
  • Actionable recommendations
Suggest three types of visualizations to present these findings.

Why It’s Better: This prompt provides a clear structure and specific elements to include in the analysis.

Troubleshooting, Minimizing Errors, and Maximizing Performance

  • Allow Jaydus to acknowledge uncertainty: Encourage Jaydus to admit if it doesn’t have the information. Ex. “If unsure, it’s okay to say so.”
  • Break down complex tasks: If the task is too large, break it into smaller steps and work through them one at a time.
  • Include all contextual information for new requests: Provide necessary context with each new query as Jaydus doesn’t retain information from past conversations.
Example Good vs. Bad Prompts

Bad Prompt: Help me create a business forecast.

Good Prompt: As a financial analyst, develop a 5-year business forecast for our renewable energy startup. Include:

  • Revenue projections based on current market trends
  • Expense breakdown
  • Profit and loss statement
  • Cash flow analysis
Use tables and charts to illustrate key points and explain your assumptions.

Why It’s Better: This prompt breaks down the task into structured sections, providing clarity and direction for Jaydus.

Conclusion

These guidelines will help users create more effective prompts, ensuring interactions are productive and aligned with your objectives. If you have any other questions or need further assistance, I’m here to help. You can also reach out to our support team at jaydus@jaydus.ai. Have a great day!