Frequently Used Prompts In ChatGPT

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To benefit from ChatGPT, it is important to use the right prompts.

Here are some frequently used simple prompts in ChatGPT:

  1. “Could you assist me with [subject]?”
  2. “What is the definition of [subject]?”
  3. “Can you provide more details on [subject]?”
  4. “What are the pros and cons of [subject]?”
  5. “Could you offer an example of [subject]?
  6. “What is your perspective on [subject]?”
  7. “How does [process] work?”
  8. “What are some tips for achieving [goal]?”
  9. “Can you provide me with a list of [items]?”
  10. “What steps should be followed to perform [task]?”

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Feel free to tailor them according to your precise requirements, questions & knowledge domain.

These are just a few common examples of simple generic prompts in ChatGPT. The possibilities are nearly limitless, and you can adapt the prompt to your specific needs and inquiries.

However, remember that the information in ChatGPT stops at the end of 2021.

For instance, if you ask ‘How much did Elon Musk pay for Twitter? You will get the this answer in GPT-4:

“As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, Elon Musk has not purchased Twitter. It’s important to note that my information might be outdated, and there may have been new developments since then. I recommend checking reliable news sources or conducting a more recent search to obtain the most up-to-date information on any potential acquisitions by Elon Musk”.

Feel free to tailor it according to your precise requirements and questions.

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