AI Builder Prompts: Creating Your First Prompt

In the first video of her series on AI Builder prompts, UG Expert Kylie Kiser describes how to get started creating your first prompt.

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00:34 — AI Builder prompts allow users to configure a prompt with input data, send that data via AI Builder or a Power Apps connector, and generate a response that already has the built-in logic users are looking for.

01:10 — Beginning in the maker portal, go to the AI Hub and select AI Prompts to create a new one. For her prompt, Kylie specifies AI Builder to create a packing list for Community Summit 2024, and she inserts her inputs, including location and dates.

03:33 — She tests the prompt and shows the results. To further fine-tune the response, users can add additional inputs. Once you are satisfied with the response, save the prompt.

04:05 — Finally, she creates another prompt for a professional and concise out-of-office message. She provides the input, tests the prompt, and then saves it. In the next video, Kylie will demonstrate how to add these prompts to a Power App.

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