How to use Background Context + Writer Settings
Background Context is a very effective way to make sure the AI Writer stays on topic. What you write inside the Background Context prompt is always taken into account by the AI Writer throughout your document - regardless of how many words you've previously written. It is particularly useful when you are just starting your document and Frase doesn't have enough information about your topic or goals.
You can access Background Context by clicking "AI Writer" tab on the right side menu in your document. Simply enter your text and Frase will auto-save it.
Example 1 for Background Context:
Let's say I want to write an article about machine learning, its use cases, and examples. In that case, I would write the following Background Context:
"I will write an article about what is machine learning, use cases, and examples."
Let's say I am writing about a concept that Frase might not know about, such as a new product. By using Background Context we can "teach" Frase about the product. In the example below, we wrote a description about a product called Birdie:
"Birdie, our revolutionary new backyard bird feeder with a 360 degree HD camera, attractive award-winning design, and is even squirrel-proof."
There are two preferences you can check after you click the "AI Writer" tab on the right side panel. See screenshot below.
1) Default to multi-output AI inside editor
Checking this option will pull up the multi-output options automatically when you run the AI writer freeform or with templates. See screenshot below for what the multi-output menu looks like. You can load and then toggle between 3 output options by clicking the green arrow icons.
2) Hiding "write for me" button inside editor
Checking the box of this option hides the default "write for me" button as shown in the screenshot below and in the editor by default.