Tweak the original prompt text to better fit your requirements.
e.g. for the Quiz prompt, you can add - "suggest custom feedback for each option"
When writing custom prompts, it is important to provide enough context for the tool to generate meaningful and accurate responses. Additionally, try to keep your questions concise and to the point, as long-winded sentences may confuse the tool and lead to inaccurate output. Finally, it can also be helpful to provide some potential answers to your questions, as this will give the tool a better understanding of the kind of output you are expecting. Check this blog for best practices while writing prompts.
Check ID-Assist Prompt Library for pre-defined prompts.
For the best results, it is important to choose appropriate source content and then use ID-Assist to guide instructional strategies through prompts.
Prompt Settings helps create truly effective and engaging online courses by optionally providing the tool with clear and detailed inputs collected during the Needs Analysis process. These inputs could include: Problem Statement, Target Audience, Learning Objectives, Success Criteria, and Instructional Strategy.
Check this blog to learn more.
Once you generate some output, you can insert the output in the document, select it, and write a follow-up prompt and execute using custom prompts. e.g. if you generate a quiz question with 4 options, you can select it and write a custom prompt to suggest different set of options.
Get the most out of ID-Assist tool by writing creative custom prompts for all your content transformation needs. e.g.-
- Search for all relevant info around <topic> in given content
- Create relevant table for <column headers> from given content
Check this section in ID-Assist Prompt Library for more examples.
If you wish to generate output in a different language, you can either -
- Write the prompt in the target language,
- Explicitly mention the target language as part of the prompt. e.g. "Please generate output in "spanish" language."