Output AI generated text in a hyperlink. Any tips for a prompt?

By: Mark Hansen | Asked: 04/13/2023
ForumsCategory: General questionsOutput AI generated text in a hyperlink. Any tips for a prompt?
Mark HansenMark Hansen asked 1 year ago
Basically, I'm using the AI form feature to generate an answer and cite it's source. The source prints as plain text, but I would like it to print as a clickable hyperlink, but having no luck.   Has anyone been able to prompt the AI to format links in proper html markup, so the link is clickable? 
Larry Kolinek replied 12 months ago

Hi Mark,
So... does the AI form feature actually work? I'm considering renewing to get it.

PS. you could tell the prompt, as a secondary output, to give the details of what the user should do?
yes, I know... an actual link would be 1000s better 🙂

asking?
what version is FF AI using?
can you use your own API key?

Mark HansenMark Hansen replied 12 months ago

Hey Larry - It does work and it works as well as if you have used ChatGPT3+ in any other platform. I was fooling around with an engine to allow people to do a specific task, which is more or less a search engine for ONE specific topic. People ask the question in a text field and the AI generates the answer beneath it.

You shape the AI by telling it it's role (Expert at [blah]) as well as shaping the output generated (output should be this, that and this, formatted like this, that etc) I even played around and had it generate the answers in the tone of Snoop Dog, which it did perfectly.

The output can be used to generate posts and just about anything else, but I cannot find a way to have it output as html for formatting purposes. (Links to sources, headings, etc)

- I do not see a way to change the source GPT version and believe it uses GPT3+ (It does read from the web and does seem rather current).

- I do not see a way to use my own API license.

Larry Kolinek replied 12 months ago

thank you for the reply

Yes, the prompt and priming are "everything" with chatGPT.

Mark HansenMark Hansen replied 12 months ago

No problem at all! I use FPro for quite a lot of things, but I don't think I would buy it solely for it's AI abilities at this point. Once it provides the ability to index content on a specific site (Like for FAQ, KB's etc) it might turn a corner, but it's still a bit fresh at this point.

Mark HansenMark Hansen replied 12 months ago

No problem at all! I use FPro for quite a lot of things, but I don't think I would buy it solely for it's AI abilities at this point. Once it provides the ability to index content on a specific site (Like for FAQ, KB's etc) it might turn a corner, but it's still a bit fresh at this point.

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Best Answer
Victor Font answered 1 year ago
There aren't any hooks in the AI add-on that will allow you to do this.

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