πŸ“ƒText Block

Text blocks generate text based on a text prompt.

Title

  • Click the pencil icon next to the block’s title to edit it. This is also the block’s variable name, which can be used to dynamically populate data in other blocks.

Prompt

  • Write a prompt that guides the AI to generate your desired text.

    • Use variables within your prompt to dynamically add data from other blocks.

Variables

Variables can be used to dynamically populate data supplied by other blocks. Click on a variable name from the list to add it to anywhere in your prompt. Variable names match a block’s title.

Advanced Text Block Controls

Model

Select which text generation model you’d like your glif to use. Supported models, as of 6/12/24, are:

Claude 3 - Opus (Anthropic)

Claude 3 - Sonnet (Anthropic)

Gemini Pro 1.5 (Google)

Gemma - 7B - IT on Groq

Llama 3 - 70B - Instruct (Meta)

Llama 3 - 70B - 8192 on Groq

Llama 3 - 8B - 8192 on Groq

Mistral Large (Mistral AI)

Nous Hermes 2 Mixtral 8x7B SFT (Nous Research)

Chat GPT-3.5 Turbo (OpenAI)

Chat GPT-4 (OpenAI)

Chat GPT-4o (OpenAI)

Sonar Medium Online (Perplexity AI)

Text Output

Use the slider to amp up the creativity of the text output from β€œPredictable” to β€œInsane.”\

Max Tokens

Tokens are the individual units of text that the model processes. One token equals approximately four characters in the English language. More tokens = more characters in the output.

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