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Enhancing Your Workflow with External Actions Using GPT and Integrated Tools

Structuring Effective Prompts

To get the most out of integrating GPT with external tools, it's crucial to structure your prompts clearly and specifically. Here are some examples:

General Action Request

Example Prompt: "Retrieve the latest sales report from the database and summarize the key trends."

This type of prompt is straightforward and asks for a general action to be performed. It's essential to specify the data source and the expected output to ensure clarity and efficiency.

Tool-Specific Prompt

Example Prompt: "Use the 'browser' tool to search for the latest updates on cloud computing trends and provide a summary of the top three articles."

When using a specific tool, mention the tool by name and clearly state the task it should perform. This helps the system understand the context and purpose, ensuring it uses the right tool effectively.

Custom Action with Parameters

Example Prompt: "Fetch the customer data for the last

quarter using the 'database_access' tool, and filter for customers with purchases over $10,000."

For more complex tasks, include specific parameters to guide the action precisely. This involves specifying the data range, tool to be used, and any filtering criteria. Such detailed prompts ensure that the outcome meets your exact requirements.

By structuring your prompts in this manner, you can leverage the full potential of GPT and integrated tools, making your workflow more efficient and productive.


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