Last updated on March 4th, 2023 at 01:22 am
Look no further for a Jasper Chat review, here it is!
Jasper is a popular AI content creation tool that helps you write high-quality content. Well, now chat is part of its repertoire. The new Jasper Chat combines the powerful AI content creation capabilities of Jasper with interactive, conversational features.
So let’s dive in and find out what Jasper Chat is all about. Ready? Let’s rock.
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What is Jasper Chat?
Jasper Chat is an AI writing tool that can also function as a chatbot. It is one of the many features of the Jasper AI writing assistant.
You can input almost anything into it in the form of queries or commands and you will get some kind of answer.
You can create natural conversations with it and make sure you get the answers to your questions as quickly and as accurately as possible. The technology behind Jasper Chat is intuitive, so it’s easy to use.
Here’s something for a warmup.
Still with me? All right.
How to Use Jasper Chat/How Does Jasper Chat Work
As mentioned, Jasper Chat is very easy to use; its interface is the simplest I have ever seen. All you have to do is type in a question or command, and the AI-powered chatbot will provide an answer.
You can also ask for more specific information or even add additional parameters to your query and Jasper Chat will still give you a response.
You can use it either by itself or in a Jasper document’s Power Mode.
That’s it. Just input your queries/commands in the white rectangle that says “WRITE A COUNTRY SONG ABOUT CATS IN THE STYLE OF WILLIE NELSON” (which actually sounds promising) and either hit ENTER or the blue/purple button with the triangle to the bottom right.
As you can see at the bottom of the image, you can include Google search data but you will need to have your location services enabled.
Each answer query will have the following icons below:
- Hide from Jasper.
- Use to indicate if the message is good.
- Use to indicate if the message is bad.
- Try again.
- Paste to a document.
Here was my query: Write a 200-word short story about a black cat named Skippy.
And the output:
Skippy was a black cat who lived alone by the river. He was a shy and timid creature, rarely leaving his little nook of safety behind the old oak tree. Every day he would sit there, watching the river flow past, feeling content in its calming presence.
One day, while Skippy was lounging by the river bank, a small girl walked up to him. She reached out her hand and gave Skippy a gentle pet on the head. To Skippy’s surprise, he actually liked it! He meowed softly and let her pick him up in her arms. The girl’s eyes filled with joy as she said “Hello there Skippy!”
The two were instant friends. Every day after that, Skippy would wait for the little girl to come visit him. They would take walks along the riverbank together and play games in the tall grasses of the nearby meadow. Sometimes they would even bring along a pogo stick so they could both jump around like crazy kids!
The days quickly turned into weeks, then months as their friendship flourished under bright summer skies. Even when winter came and went again in its usual cycle of snow and ice, Skippy still remained faithful to his friend — always waiting for her there by his old oak tree every day when she arrived home from school or work.
Skippy had found something special that day by the river — a true friend who understood him like no other creature ever had before: unconditional love – something that transcended all time and distance between them eventhough they appeared so different on first glance. This is what we call friendship – one of life’s greatest treasures and some thing which we should all strive to obtain during our journeys through this world!
Isn’t that sweet? No, I’m not going to have that published.
Take note of some of the misspellings; like all other AI tools, you will need to do your own editing.
Anyway, you can give Jasper Chat a plethora of queries or commands, such as:
- Write a Python script to put a picture of Goofy in all web page headers.
# import libraries from selenium import webdriver import os # set the path of the webdriver dir = os.path.dirname(__file__) chromedriver_path = dir + '/chromedriver' # for Windows OS use: /Windows/chromedriver # for linux, use: /Linux/chromedriver browser = webdriver.Chrome(executable_path = chromedriver_path) # initialize the window size browser.set_window_size(800, 600) # put this in a loop to iterate through all pages on a site url = 'http://www.example.com/' # replace with actual URL of the page you wish to visit browser.get(url) # add header image replacing existing header header_image = "https://images2.minutemediacdn.com/image/upload/c_fill,g_auto,h_1248,w_2220/v1555921903/shape/mentalfloss/goofy1.jpg" browser.execute_script("document.getElementsByClassName('header').innerHTML=" + "'<img src=" + headerImage + " />'") # quit the browser browser.quit()
- Write a short story about a black cat–the sequel to Skippy!
(I’ll let you do the honors.)
- Write a 10-line poem in iambic pentameter about horseflies.
- Write an article about stock investing tips.
- Write a product description about a velvet pink penguin hat.
- Facebook Ads
- Amazon Ads
- Google Ads
- Explain [anything] in simple terms.
- Song ideas
- Newsletter ideas
- Create blog posts
- Social Media posts
This list (and examples) can go on and on and on.
One thing I noticed is that Jasper Chat is capable of getting things wrong. Dead wrong, as in the example below.
The answer is below.
I bet King Charles would be surprised at this one, no?
Improve the Chat Output With Follow-up Instructions
Anyway, let’s go back to writing an article about stock tips. I’m just going to post the whole article below.
Investing in stocks is an exciting way to become financially secure and generate passive income. But it’s not without its risks, so it’s important to have a plan before beginning this venture. Here are some tips for those just starting out with stock investing:
1. Develop a strategy: Before diving into the stock market, develop a strategy to ensure success. Research different types of investments, such as stocks and mutual funds, and decide which type is best suited for your financial goals and risk tolerance.
2. Educate yourself: Stock investing can be complicated and risky if you don’t understand what you’re doing. Make sure to do your homework before getting started so that you can make informed decisions about what stocks to purchase and when to sell them.
3. Diversify: Don’t put all of your eggs in one basket by investing all of your money in one stock or sector of the market; diversifying will help reduce the risk of loss and volatility.
4. Keep track of changes: Stocks prices can change quickly, so it’s important that you keep track on changes and developments that may affect their value before placing trades.
5. Monitor performance: Once you’ve invested in a stock, monitor its performance closely; be prepared to adjust course as needed or cut losses if necessary.
6. Use stop-loss orders: Setting up stop-loss orders will automatically sell shares if they drop below a certain price point; this can help protect against large losses if the stock begins to dip unexpectedly in value.
7. Consider using limit orders: A limit order allows investors to specify their own price range when purchasing or selling stocks, protecting against sudden shifts in market conditions which could lead to bigger losses than expected–or missing out on profits should the stock suddenly rise in value due to external circumstances outside of your control or knowledge at the time of purchase/sale..
Following these simple tips will help novice investors get off on the right foot with stock investments by reducing risks, increasing returns, and maintaining overall financial health over time!
I asked Jasper Chat to elaborate on tip #6 and got this.
You can use this to elaborate on anything you want and optimize your content even more into in-depth researched articles.
The real beauty of that is that it remembered the article earlier in the conversation in spite of my asking a ton of questions afterward.
Jasper Chat Pricing
Jasper Chat is free, but only if you own the Boss and/or Business plans; it is not available in the Starter plan.
Boss Mode Plan: $49/month to start with 50,000 words all the way up to $500/month for 700,000 words.
Business Plan: $499/month
In addition to Chat, the Boss plan also has what’s called Recipes.
No, not anything like the best roast turkey or beef ramen, but pre-built coding that contain Jasper commands to help you with your content creation.
When you click on the icon, you will be taken to a page where there is some pre-built code and a video of how to use it.
Here’s the recipe:
Click RUN at the top right of the page and this will be pasted into a Jasper document for you to manipulate as you wish.
In addition, there is also Jasper Art in which you can create your own AI art, but that’s only available in the Business plan.
Jasper Chat vs GPT-3
To do a comparison like this is actually a bit unfair but with the explosion of AI chat over the past month, it’s worth discussing.
First, let’s look at the capabilities of both Jasper Chat and GPT-3.
Jasper Chat is a general chatbot that can be used for customer service, natural language processing (NLP) tasks, and content creation. Its primary feature is its ability to remember previous conversations so it can respond more accurately to new questions.
GPT-3, on the other hand, is a powerful language model that can generate human-like text from given prompts. It has the ability to complete tasks such as generating code or creating stories and it’s been praised for its ability to understand natural language.
The differences between Jasper Chat and GPT-3 are as follows. Jasper Chat is geared toward businesses and marketing with access to many templates; whereas GPT-3 is a powerful language model in which you need to provide scripts to get more human-like results out of it.
Summing It All Up
Jasper Chat provides a range of features, from customer service and content production to natural language processing. It’s great for businesses that need an AI chatbot on their website or in their app as it can remember previous conversations, making it more accurate over time.
You can do so, so much with Jasper Chat, which makes it a good alternative to GPT-3. However, you will need to pay for a package if you wish to partake. Fortunately, there is a free trial.
Do I recommend it?
Absolutely. It’s not perfect and needs work, especially when you are asking real-time queries about deceased people, but I can see Jasper Chat being a powerful AI writing assistant and a force to be reckoned with over the next few years.
Have you used Jasper AI Chat? If so, what did you think? Let us know in the comments!
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