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June 12, 2023

Introducing AIPRM Teams: A Huge Leap Forward for Generative AI Content Strategy


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At AIPRM, we are constantly working to enhance our platform and provide our users with innovative features to support their generative AI endeavors. We are shipping product early and often and bringing features that our nearly 2 million user base has been asking us for.

I’m excited to announce that we are rolling out AIPRM for ChatGPT v which adds our new Teams feature. Teams is our prompt library sharing functionality that allows groups to operate using the same set of prompts. We believe this feature will be a huge leap forward for generative AI content strategy, and I’ll tell you why shortly.

First, I want to talk about the best part. We are offering AIPRM Teams for free, with unlimited usage, to all our users for a limited time. That’s right – we’re so passionate about what this means for groups to improve their output that you can now harness the power of teamwork without any restrictions, regardless of your AIPRM plan!

What You Can Do with AIPRM Teams

While you go and download the latest version of AIPRM, let’s quickly review what Teams unlocks for you. 

  • Create Unlimited* Teams – Break free from limitations and establish as many teams as you need, regardless of your AIPRM account type.
  • Invite Unlimited* People – Bring together your peers and collaborators effortlessly. Invite as many individuals as you want to join your teams, and they will have access to your Team Prompts, even with a free AIPRM account.
  • Create Unlimited* Team Lists – Streamline your collaboration process by creating Team Lists to share Team Prompts with your teammates.
  • Convert Private Prompts to Team Prompts – Transform your private prompts into Team Prompts and list them in one or more Team Lists, enabling your team members to work on them collectively.
  • Fork Public Prompts – Customize and modify existing Public Prompts, then share the modified versions as Team Prompts within your teams.
  • Convert Team Prompts to Private Prompts – As the owner, you have the flexibility to convert Team Prompts back to Private Prompts whenever you need to.
  • Remove Teams, Team Lists, and Team Users – Manage your collaboration effortlessly by removing any redundant teams, Team Lists, or Team Users as required.
  • Share Private Lists as Team Lists – Seamlessly share your Private Lists with your teams or convert existing Team Lists back to Private Lists when necessary.

Unlimited* means that, currently, there is a very high technical limit on the number of teams, people, and lists you can create within AIPRM Teams. However, please note that we may introduce certain limitations in the future.

We understand that some users may wish to create larger teams, and it’s possible that adding new users to such teams may become a paid feature in the future. As a workaround, some users may opt to create large teams early on, before any limitations are introduced. Rest assured, any Teams, Team Users, and Team Prompts added during the Unlimited* period will not be deleted even if limitations are imposed later on. In other words: Invite everybody immediately, if not sooner.

Collaboration has never been easier or more accessible than with AIPRM Teams. Regardless of your AIPRM plan, you can now collaborate seamlessly with your peers, ensuring consistent output regardless of who is using the prompt. Setting up teams is a breeze – simply add or remove team members directly from your Account Settings.

How AIPRM Teams is a Huge Leap Forward for Generative AI Content Strategy

No matter where you look, you cannot avoid the ubiquity of generative AI. ChatGPT alone grew from 0 to 1.8 billion users in four months. There are new startups popping up everyday with their own flavor or use case built around the concepts that OpenAI’s Generative Pre-trained Transformer technology. 

The explosion of tools has been amazing for innovation but, when combined with limited education on how to use them, has created a highly fragmented environment. This is true of the tools themselves and the content that users are producing with them.

It makes sense. After all, ChatGPT is a purposely unfinished product. Accounts are mostly free and individual and it started as a fun demo of the GPT tech, that accidentally took the world by storm. Surely, Sam Altman and crew could easily decide to add features and functionality from the array of third-party plugins that have popped up in its wake and make it a more complete product. However, while they’ve indicated that they won’t. For better or worse, that decision creates as many opportunities for new software (better for us) as it does create problems (worse for users) with the output that users generate. 

Prompt engineering, just like coding in general, is a “garbage in garbage out” scenario. Any two people’s perceptions of what a good prompt is can be very different.

In the recent State of Generative AI study from MarketMuse and (my other company) iPullRank, 64.4% of respondents indicated that the quality of content generated by generative AI tools is average or worse. Of respondents that indicated this, 64.8% of them were using the tools as individuals. Meanwhile 42.8% of users that said they used the tools as an organization rated the quality of content 4 out of 5 or higher.

Customized Prompt Libraries are the Way Forward

In the generative AI tools landscape you have essentially two types of tools. Those that abstract the prompt engineering layer from its users and those that give you direct access to interact with the AI and submit your own prompts. The former is like driving an automatic transmission and the latter is like driving a stick shift. 

With generative AI being so new, companies are still wrapping their heads around what to do with it. In most organizations, people are left to their own devices with the tools. The end result is a ton of content that is all over the place largely because everyone’s concept of how to write a prompt is different. That’s not to mention that everyone’s understanding of the brand voice and tone is different. So, while everyone has access to their manual transmission automobile, they don’t all know how to get to work.

For an organization of any kind, a customized prompt library is the best of both worlds. Think of it as a fleet of nearly autonomous cars that only go to certain destinations based on a pre-programmed and centralized GPS.

An Approach to Building Generative AI Content Strategy with AIPRM Teams

As I’ve outlined in a recent article “Generative AI Still Requires Content Strategy,” all businesses should consider building content models, workflows, and governance models that support generative AI efforts to maximize content quality. The diagram below speaks to iPullRank’s thoughtful approach to building these out with the ultimate output being a prompt library that aligns with those considerations.

Prior to the advent of AIPRM’s Teams functionality, managing and delivering prompt libraries was the work of spreadsheets and text files. Now the prompts can be created directly in the AIPRM environment. Over the next few weeks we’ll dig into all these aspects highlighted in the diagram, but for now let’s get you started by creating your first team and pulling prompts into them.

Getting Started with Building Your Prompt Library in AIPRM

Setting up your first set of Team prompts in AIPRM is easy. Here’s how to do it step by step:

  1. Login to your AIPRM account, go to Teams, and click Add a team.
  2. Name your team and give it a description.
  3. The dialog box will display the instructions to invite your team, but if you miss it, click Copy Team Link and distribute to the people want to join your team. Note: They do not need to be paid AIPRM users.
  4. Back in the AIPRM interface, add a prompt to a private list.
  5. You can either add it to an existing list or create a new list. In this example, we’ll assume you haven’t been using private lists and create one from scratch.
  6. Name your private list.
  7. Toggle the option to share the list with your team and select which team you’re sharing with.
  8. Now you’ll see your list with the teams icon on it. This indicates that the list is now shared with your team.
  9. When you go to the list you can now create new prompts within it or repeat steps 4 and 5 to add existing prompts to your team list.

Let Us Know What You Think of AIPRM Teams!

Start harnessing the power of teamwork today with AIPRM Teams. Create, collaborate, and unleash your collective creativity like never before. Stay tuned for more exciting updates and features as we continue to enhance your experience on AIPRM. Let us know your feedback and how you’re using AIPRM Teams in the AIPRM forum.

Thank you for reading.

Written by

Michael King is AIPRM's Chief Marketing Officer. An artist and a technologist all rolled into one, Michael King is the CEO and founder of digital marketing agency, iPullRank focused on technical SEO, content strategy and machine learning. King consults with enterprise and mid-market companies all over the world, including brands like SAP, American Express, Nordstrom, SanDisk, General Mills, and FTD. King's background in Computer Science and as an independent hip-hop musician sets him up for deep technical and creative solutions for modern marketing problems. Check out his book "The Science of SEO" from Wiley Publishing.

June 12, 2023

Introducing AIPRM Teams: A Huge Leap Forward for Generative AI Content Strategy

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