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Walkthrough of the feature and how to ask questions about your poll results

Updated over a week ago

When using artificial intelligence to analyze data and generate insights, it's important to ask the right prompts or questions to get actionable next steps.

Best practices:

  1. Be clear and specific: avoid vague or ambiguous language that could be interpreted in multiple ways.

  2. Use natural language: write prompts like you are talking to another person. This can help our AI engine understand your intent more accurately.

  3. Avoid bias: be aware of any biases that you might have when writing prompts and avoid language that could be interpreted as biased or discriminatory.

  4. Keep it simple: avoid complex or convoluted prompts that could confuse the AI tool. If you have multiple questions to ask, break them up among several prompts.

  5. Test and refine: It's important to test your prompts and refine them based on the results you receive. This can help you to improve the accuracy and relevance of AI responses content over time.

By following these best practices, you can improve the quality of the results you receive from the AI Labs and gain more valuable insights.

Example prompts:

  1. How would adding a prop in option A impact results? This prompt can help you identify specific image elements to be improved for listing optimization.

  2. What can I improve in option B to make it score higher than A? This prompt can help you identify why customers might be choosing a competitor's product over yours and give you specific steps on what you can do to better stand out.

  3. When shopping for this product, what features are most important to customers? This prompt can help you understand which product features are most valuable to your target audience, and what should be prioritized for further development or improvement.

  4. What are the common reasons people weren't interested? This prompt can help you understand why shoppers are failing to convert or abandoning their carts, which can narrow your efforts to improve your CTR.

  5. What are the most common questions people had? This prompt can help you identify areas where customers may be confused or unclear about how to use your product, or why they would need it.

By asking these kinds of prompts, you can gain additional insights from your poll results that are focused on specific areas of improvement, which can then inform your next steps in product development, customer support, and marketing.

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