What context does the Frase AI Writer use to write content?
Frase uses a large AI model to automatically generate content for you. The quality of the AI-generated output largely relies on the quality of the input.
Just like a human, our AI Writer needs context about what it's writing about in order to produce quality content. In other words, providing the AI Writer with helpful context will ensure good output.
The AI Writer takes into account different types of context as it writes for you; below are some important fundamentals to keep in mind as you go about generating content with the AI Writer:
While using "Write for me" button in the editor, Frase will always include your document's query (which defaults to the document's title) as part of the context fed to the AI model.
Background Context is a feature in the Frase Editor that allows you to define the certain context to be used throughout the entire editor. Background Context will be used by the AI Writer regardless of how many words you've already written, or where your cursor is. We recommend using Background Context for every Frase Document while using the AI Writer. Learn more about Background Context.
Frase "sees" up to 4,000 characters above your cursor. This helps it take into account what has already been written and avoid repetition. In addition, the AI Writer is also sensitive to the structure and pattern of all the content present above the cursor. For example, if the content is mostly structured as a list of bullets, then Frase will assume you want to continue with more bullets. Learn more about the importance of patterns when using Frase AI and also keyboard shortcuts that stop and start the writer.
Using AI Tools
Currently, AI Tools will only use the context you feed them inside the tool form. Context from the editor or the SERP is not currently used when using AI Tools. Learn more about tools in this article.
Context from SERP
You can generate content that stems off of a header and its corresponding passage in SERP results by clicking the "Summarize" or "rewrite" option underneath the passage as shown in the screenshot below (or on this page).