How to Use Prompts in AIPRM

Discover the power of AIPRM and learn how to use its prompts like a pro!

Christoph C. Cemper, the founder of AIPRM, will give you a comprehensive overview of how to use prompts with AIPRM.

AIPRM is a browser extension for chat GPT that has quickly gained over 72,000 users just 10 weeks after its launch. It’s not just a simple browser gimmick, but it has a huge database cluster behind it on our servers, which allows us to maintain a large prompt library.

Prompts are instructions given to an AI large language model like ChatGPT, and they are often sold as one simple sentence. However, prompts are much more than just one sentence. Don’t waste your money on buying generic and poor quality prompt lists that you may come across on social media platforms like LinkedIn, Twitter, or Amazon.

With AIPRM, you have the advantage of an engineered source code like a new programming source code, that presents you with a nicely formatted list of outputs. You’re not typing in just one sentence, but you’re using a tool that provides the best way to learn how to use prompts.

AIPRM is not just a tool, but it’s a marketplace and a community. With its premium plan, you have access to productivity features like the tone selector and the style selector, but most of AIPRM is completely free. AIPRM is not just a tool to select your writing style, but the real magic is in the community of almost 700,000 users who are working on these prompts that you can use with just one click.

In this video, I’ll show you how to use prompts in AIPRM and how simple it is. You can select a prompt, type in your input, and click on the arrow to send it off. You’ll also see how to create a prompt and how to use it with Midjourney to generate amazing output.

So, don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn how to use prompts with AIPRM and take your AI skills to the next level.

Watch the video now and join the AIPRM community today!

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Newbie here, great explanation thanks!

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