Using Custom Commands

How to use custom commands


Hey everyone, welcome to 2slash. In today's video, we'll talk about how to use commands. Let's get started by activating the 2slash extension.

As you probably notice all the way here on the bottom, you have different boxes with different phrases that are commands.
What is a command? A command is a way for us to give a situational and a case for the AI to give you the specific results you want.

For example, if I want to write an email, I would like it for it to have a subject line and content and, of course, within the email, the different recipients.

As you see here, that's what you're going to get. On the other hand, if I just want to check grammar, for example, I'm going to use something that gives the prompt for the AI to understand that what I want right now is to check grammar.

So the case here, if you call it those commands, I basically different types of prompts and focus where you can get the best results you want out of the AI and your specific case.

Now let's take a look at where I can find my commands and how I can create a new command. You can go ahead and click the sidebar of the 2slash.

All the way here on the bottom, you can find my command section. Now you can see those commands that you created versus our command that was pre-built and integrated into 2slash.

This section of the commands is primarily to create a personalization or a very specific case that you might have so the AI can become a lot more personalized to your own needs.

For example, if I use the reply on social media very often and I want to give a certain tone or sentiment, I can put it here.

This is an example of how to create a command. First, you need to specify what's going to activate it. In this case, I wrote a reply in which you can choose whatever you want.

This will be the word that you're going to write in order to activate the command. Here, you choose the prompt that you want to give.

It can be as short and long as the more you want it to be personal. In this case, I was talking more about conversation on social media and I wanted to keep the same sentiment or tone but you can go as general or specific as you want.

And this is your way to bring great prompts to life on your daily walk. As you might see, there is another section here that calls for additional attributes.

In two slash, we also have different commands that provide different attributes. For example, if I choose to translate, I do need to know what language I want to translate to.

For example, the translate has an attribute which is the language. Another example, it can be when you have code. Let's say I want to write code, I do need to have an additional attribute, which is what language of code I want.

This is why when you're creating an additional attribute, you're creating a more complicated command and you have the option to do it here on 2Slash.

You just need to press the attribute button and you can insert the attribute in the placeholder. Right here. This will be the one piece before you're writing your own text.

As the example mentioned, if I want to write How are you in Italian, the first thing that will be here is the language.

Then what I wanted to ask is, of course, make sure you press save before you go ahead. Once you press save, all of those different commands that you created will be active to work on when you're going to be on your own 2Slash extension.

This is a few brief explanations about commands. Stay tuned for our next video. Thank you.