Take your ChatGPT content to the next level.
ChatGPT prompts are wonderful tools but they sometimes generate outputs that could be improved. Fortunately, editing a prompt to create perfect results is fast and easy. With a bit of testing and tweaking, you can have a prompt that delivers on-target content.
In this article, you learn two ways to edit prompts. Your ability to edit depends on your AIPRM plan.
Learn how to edit a prompt that you created.
The prompt template displays. Update any field you want. Click Save Prompt.
Learn how to edit a public prompt. Remember, this feature is limited to users with an Elite Plan (or higher)
This is a two-step process using a tool called Forking (i.e. cloning).
Enter your name in the Author Name field. Click Save Prompt.
Click the Own tab. You can see the newly cloned prompt. Click the pencil icon to edit the template. Optionally, click an icon to move the prompt to your Favorites library or to a List.
To learn more about building your own detailed prompts that generate fantastic results, see: