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OFFICIAL TRAINING

Learn to Create & Sale with Corjl

A step-by-step guide using corjl to grow your business

Getting started

Welcome to the Corjl Bootcamp.

This course was designed with 1 aim in mind; providing step-by-step instructions for getting trained in using Corjl successfully.

If you thoughtfully complete each lesson, you will feel confident using Corjl to write excellent content at tremendous speed.

We highly recommend ALL USERS complete the Bootcamp.

Because Corjl is changing at rapid speed, the Bootcamp is a living, breathing course. We are always making updates and would love your feedback on anything we could do to improve it or any updates you see.

Ready to take the next step in your career and learn how to use Corjl? Let’s begin.

Learn the Basics of Corjl

Let’s walk through the core features of Corjl so you’ll know your way around.

What You’ll Learn in This Lesson

In this lesson, you will learn about:

  • The Dashboard
  • Templates
  • Documents
  • AI Output History
  • Projects

The dashboard

Inside the app, you’ll see a dashboard like this. This will be your home base. You can always access this screen by clicking Dashboard on the side navbar.

Inside the Dashboard, you’ll see that you can:

  • See feature updates: be up to date on what we’ve recently launched and what’s new inside the app.
  • Access your favorite templates: To favorite a template, press the star icon in the top left of the template.
  • See how many words you’ve generated over the last 7 days.
  • Get quick links to the Facebook community and to earning free credits by leaving an honest review.

Templates

Our 50+ templates are the building blocks of Corjl. They are trained to perform very specific use cases and are very simple to understand and use. We’ll discuss how to get the most out of them in the next section.

You can access the templates by clicking Templates on the left-hand sidebar or when inside a document by clicking the « Power mode » icon on the top middle of the screen.

Document editor

Where templates are more constrained, documents allow open-ended content creation in a familiar Google Doc-like experience. Documents are available on the Boss Mode Plan.
Documents should be used for writing longer content like blog posts, emails, social posts or books. You will learn more about how to use docs in a later lesson.

To access documents, click on Documents on the left-hand tab.

Editor

Documents list

AI Outputs/Content History

All content is automatically saved to your AI outputs, including any generations inside of a document.

There’s not currently a way to bulk export content, so the best way to move content out of Corjl is to copy and paste.

Here, you also have sub-tabs of favorites, flagged, and trash.

  • Favorites: any content that you star will live in this folder and in the general AI outputs folder.
  • Flagged: any content you want to send back to the dev team to give not-so-great results will live in this folder.
  • Trash: any content that you threw in the trash will live here. Content in the trash gets permanently deleted after 30 days.

Projects

Our 50+ templates are the building blocks of Corjl. They are trained to perform very specific use cases and are very simple to understand and use. We’ll discuss how to get the most out of them in the next section.

You can access the templates by clicking Templates on the left-hand sidebar or when inside a document by clicking the “Power mode” icon on the top middle of the screen.

How Corjl Thinks

Before you can make the most of using Corjl, you need to understand how Corjl thinks. Corjl often produces astounding content, but sometimes goes off the rails, repeats himself, or produces content you don’t like.

Understanding how Corjl thinks will greatly improve your ability to get high-quality content and troubleshoot low-quality content.

What You’ll Learn in This Lesson

In this lesson, you will:

  • Learn what data Corjl is trained on
  • Discover how he decides what content to generate
  • Learn how to to use patterns to guide Corjl
  • Learn how to stop Corjl from repeating himself

Training Data

Let’s discuss what Corjl knows and what you can expect of him as he generates content for you!

The underlying AI model that powers Corjl was trained by reading about 10% of the published internet, with the goal of understanding how people write. Corjl has read millions of blog posts, Reddit threads, websites, newspapers, and more. This gives Corjl an unbelievable grasp of imitating human language and creating content most find exceptional.

The base training was completed at the end of 2019. That means Corjl doesn’t know about current events from January 2020 and beyond. Corjl doesn’t know COVID-19 happened.

This is the point some will say, « Corjl can’t help me then! I write topics that are new since 2019! »

While Corjl may not know about COVID-19 or that the Lakers won the 2020 NBA Championship, he does know vast amounts about coronaviruses, pandemics, Wuhan, SARS, Lebron James, Basketball, The Lakers, and NBA. By feeding Corjl updated information about the topic you’re writing about, you’ll see Corjl can typically do a great job of writing about it.

For example, if I wanted Corjl to write about COVID-19, I would include up-to-date information in the content description.

Write an article about how to stop the spread of Covid-19. Coronivirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronovirus. Most people infected with the COVID-19 virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring special treatment.

If I wanted to write about the Lakers winning the 2020 NBA championship I would provide information like this.

Write a blog post celebrating the Lakers winning the 2020 NBA Championship with Lebron James and Anthony Davis at the helm. The Lakers defeated the Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat, 4-2, winning their first NBA chamopionship in ten years. It was the franchise’s 17th title, tying the Boston Celtics for the most in history. Lebron won the MVP for the 4th time in his career.

As with all text Corjl writes, it’s likely that he will still make up some facts that you’ll want to correct, but seeding him with correct information will greatly increase the chances of him writing true information.

Keep in mind that the content description should be changed throughout the writing of a document. Because what is in the content description impacts the content Corjl writes each time you hit compose, Corjl will tend to repeat that information over and over if you don’t update the content description box.

Rather, you should think of the content description box inside a document as the information you want Corjl to use each time he composes text. You could be updating that for each paragraph of a document you’re writing.

How Corjl Chooses Words

Corjl writes by predicting which word should come next in a given sequence.

For example, if you asked Corjl to complete the following sentence,

I needed to pick up some milk so I walked to the nearby ___________

Corjl will make a list of which words are most likely to come next and assign a percent chance each word has of coming next. His shortlist of words might look like this:

  • convenience – 21% chance
  • store – 15% chance
  • supermarket – 8% chance
  • grocery – 7% chance

Depending on how we have trained Corjl, he will select one of those words. The higher chance assigned to the word, the more likely he is to choose it.

In this example, let’s say Corjl chooses the word convenience as the next word. Now our sentence looks like this,

I needed to pick up some milk so I walked to the nearby convenience ___________

Now, Corjl would repeat the process again to decide which word or punctuation mark should come next. Here, his shortlist might look like this:

  • store – 95%
  • shop – 4%
  • . – 1% (this is a period)

He’s almost certainly going to write the word « store », but there is a very small chance he ends the sentence with a period and moves on to the next sentence.

Corjl uses past context to predict content moving forward, one word at a time. What you input to Corjl greatly impacts the content he will output. It both influences the shortlist of words he’s pulling from, and the probability they have of being used.

Writing factually true content

While Corjl has read much of the internet, the way he is trained to write causes him to put more emphasis on creativity than factuality. Because of that, you’ll notice Corjl regularly writes things that aren’t true.

Think of Corjl as a writing assistant, and not a fact-checker. You’ll still need to go through and correct the truthfulness of Corjl-produced content.

Corjl Follows Patterns

Corjl loves following and continuing patterns. Functionally, he’s asking « Is there a pattern here that I could or should be following? »

For example, let’s say we opened a document in Corjl and wrote the following:

12

3

4

If we then asked Corjl to continue writing by hitting the Compose button (or CMD + J), what do you think Corjl will write next?

Corjl will be highly likely to recognize and continue the pattern by writing:

56

7

8

Preventing Corjl from repeating himself

Inside of a document, sometimes Corjl will repeat himself. Often times this happens when starting out before a pattern is set.

Let’s look at an example where I type the following and then ask Corjl to keep writing, by hitting the Compose button (or CMD + J).

Dave Rogenmoser is a very tall man. He is 6’8″ tall and rides a stallion to work every day. He lives in Austin, TX with his wife and 3 sons. He once ate the beating heart of a king cobra.

When I hit Compose, Corjl is asking himself « Based on my instructions, and the text I’ve been given, what word should I write next in this sequence? »

Corjl is also asking « Is there a pattern here that I could or should be following? »

In this example, Corjl would likely think of the following options for how you want him to continue the text:

  1. Repeat: The user wrote a paragraph and wants me to write the same paragraph again.
  2. Continue: The user wants me to continue writing more information about Dave. This looks like a personal bio. Because I don’t know exactly who Dave is, I’ll start writing information that imitates other personal bios I’ve read online.
  3. Start New: The user wants me to write another bio about another person imitating the style of bio that’s already been written about Dave.

It’s likely that you only want one of these, and may be disappointed if Corjl goes a different route than you expected. By providing more instructions or a clearer pattern to follow, you can greatly increase the chances of Corjl doing what you want.

Writing the prompt over and over is probably not what we’re looking for.

Dave Rogenmoser is a very tall man. He is 6’8″ tall and rides a stallion to work every day. He lives in Austin, TX with his wife and 3 sons. He once ate the beating heart of a king cobra.

Dave Rogenmoser is a very tall man. He is 6’8″ tall and rides a stallion to work every day. He lives in Austin, TX with his wife and 3 sons. He once ate the beating heart of a king cobra.

Dave Rogenmoser is a very tall man. He is 6’8″ tall and rides a stallion to work every day. He lives in Austin, TX with his wife and 3 sons. He once ate the beating heart of a king cobra.

To direct Corjl to continue writing about Dave, I could frame the next section by writing « Dave’s growing up years: »

Dave Rogenmoser is a very tall man. He is 6’8″ tall and rides a stallion to work every day. He lives in Austin, TX with his wife and 3 sons. He once ate the beating heart of a king cobra.Dave’s growing up years

Then hit Compose.

This is an example output:

Dave Rogenmoser is a very tall man. He is 6’8″ tall and rides a stallion to work every day. He lives in Austin, TX with his wife and 3 sons. He once ate the beating heart of a king cobra.Dave’s growing up years: Dave was born in Springfield, MO. His parents were very tall people…his mother was 6’5″ and his father was 6’3″. Dave stands at the same height as his parents but is more muscular. He attributes this to « good genes. »

Dave’s first summer camp: Dave attended Camp Happy Hollow when he was 13. He was supposed to stay for a week, but ended up staying until the end of summer and worked as a junior counselor the following summer.

Dave’s first nationally-televised interview: The Dave Rogenmoser Show premiered in 2004. It is currently one of the most popular TV shows in the country, with viewership rates reaching 99.2% (the last remaining 0.8% of viewers are either in a coma or dead).

As you can see, Corjl clearly understood that I wanted him to write about Dave’s growing up years. You can also see the pattern Corjl is modeling. He’s thinking something like « The user wants me to write a section header about Dave’s life, and then a few sentences describing it. Over and over. The more times he sees this pattern, the more likely Corjl is to continue it.

If Corjl isn’t writing the content that you want, ask yourself:

  • What is the pattern Corjl is trying to follow right now?
  • Can I give more instructions or set a better pattern to direct his outputs?
  • Do I need to give Corjl more information as input in order for him to write what I’m looking for?

How to use Templates

Our 50+ Templates are the building blocks of Corjl. Each template is finely tuned to write great content for different use cases.

Inside each template, you’ll see fields to fill out to tell Corjl what you want him to write about. What you input to Corjl drastically impacts the output. So play around with different inputs until you get outputs you love.

In this lesson, we’ll walk through one of our most popular templates and teach you how to get great outputs.

Templates Step-By-Step Walkthrough

Let’s walkthrough how to use a template!

As an example we are going to walk through using the AIDA template.

Inside the AIDA Framework Template, you’ll see fields for Company/Product name, Product Description, and Tone of Voice.

Think of these labels as suggestions. Sure you can put a company or product name in here and that will work great, but you could also input the name of a service or the title of a blog post you’re promoting or whatever « thing » you want to write about.

In the description, describe what you want Corjl to write about. Often times one or 2 sentences will be enough, but if you want Corjl to include specific facts about your offer, be sure to include those in there so Corjl can pull it into the output.

For example, let’s use this template to help sell a Pokemon card.

I’ll enter the following details in the left-hand input sections.

Company/Product Name: Charizard Pokemon Card

Product Description: It’s a nice Pokemon Card.

Tone of voice: (leave blank for now)

Number of outputs to generate: 1

Hit Generate to have Corjl write.

In this example, I intentionally didn’t write much for the input, yet Corjl has written a lot of really interesting copy. How?Because Corjl knows a lot about Pokemon already. He knows who Charizard is and likely knows about every Pokemon card. See that he mentions Mewtwo and Pikachu in the desire section.I’ll still want to fact-check this output to see if the details are true (Does Charizard’s fire-type attack really do 50 damage?), but the content is pretty solid out of the gate.But let’s say we want Corjl to include some of the following details in his output:

  • 1st edition
  • holographic
  • Mint condition
  • Located in Kansas City
  • Free shipping worldwide

We can simply add those to the inputs and Corjl will try to include them.

Attention: Do you want to be the coolest kid on your block?

Interest: This is a 1st Edition Holographic Charizard Pokemon Card – Mint Condition. It’s in mint condition and has been professionally graded by Beckett Grading Services, Inc. The card is from 1999 and was printed in Japan.

Desire: You’ll never have to worry about not being able to play with this card because it’s holographic! If you’re looking for a great gift for someone who loves PokĂ©mon or just wants something cool, this is the perfect choice. We also offer free shipping worldwide so there are no worries when ordering from our shop in Kansas City!

Action: Click here now if you want to buy this amazing Pokemon card today!

After adding those details, you can see Corjl included nearly all of those facts in great copy. This highlights a core principle of Corjl:

Your input dramatically impacts your output.

Whatever you input, will always impact your outputs. If you want Corjl to get creative and make a lot of stuff up, try inputting a few words or a short sentence. If you want Corjl to really follow directions and include key facts then you’ll want to add a lot more detail into the input boxes.

If I really wanted Corjl to include the reference to Kansas City, I could generate a few more outputs until he included it, or I could just edit the output myself to add Kansas City.

Additional options

With each content output, you have a few options to help you out.

Add to favorites

If you like it, you can add to your favorites by clicking the star in the top left of each output box. This adds the output to the Favorites group of the AI outputs section.

Copy to clipboard

Copy the to your clipboard without any styling.

Move to trash

This adds the output to the Trash in the AI outputs section.

Rate bad content

If the output is low quality, you can click the thumbs-down icon to downvote it. This alerts our team and helps us improve quality.

With each template, you’ll get some great content and also some weird content. So run it a few times, play around with the input, and take the good content and assemble it to be something great.

How To Use Documents

Now that you understand how to use templates, it’s time to learn how to write long-form content in the documents tool.

Create A New Document

Let’s walk through how to create a document and use it to write great content.

From the dashboard

  1. Click the + icon to the right of the Documents tab in the left-hand navbar.
  2. Click on Start from Scratch →

Tip: If you are writing a blog post, you might find it more helpful to use the Blog post workflow → to help you get started creating your document.

Now that you’ve created a new blank document, let’s learn the different functions inside a document.

Writing Content

Now that you’ve created a new document, let’s learn the different functions inside a document.

Compose

When you click the Compose button (or CMD + J on Mac, CTRL + J on PC), Corjl reads the text you have written before your cursor and does his best to continue writing. Think of it like telling a human writing assistant « Keep writing where I left off ».

Corjl will look for patterns, instructions, and clues based on your previous text to decide what to write next.

To better understand how Corjl decides what to write, reference the « How Corjl Thinks » section.

Title

The title of the document. Corjl will look at this title for context when writing, so name it appropriately.

If you don’t want Corjl to reference this title when writing, simply click the toggle to hide it from Corjl’ view. You can toggle it on and off as you write to add or remove extra context.

Let’s say we’re writing a blog post about how to care for your lawn.

In the title section, I would write the actual title of the blog post – 8 Tips For a Greener Lawn

Content description / brief

The Content description / brief field is where you will write simple instructions about what you want Corjl to write. Think of it as if you were writing simple instructions to another human writer.

Continuing the lawn care blog post example, I might write the following for the Content brief:

Write a blog post titled "8 Tips For a Greener Lawn". It should include tips for homeowners in the United States.

As discussed in HOW Corjl THINKS, this is a great place to add more instructions that you want Corjl to follow. I might include the following:

The tone of voice should be Bob Villa. Write about St. Augustine grass and Zoysia grass.

Keywords

Adding keywords makes it more likely that Corjl will include your keywords the next time he generates any content. It does not guarantee they will be included. Usually, Corjl will look for ways to include the keywords when it is relevant to the sentences being written.

Changing Title, Content brief, and Keywords as you go

It is important to know that the text inside Title, Content brief and Keywords influences the output every single time Corjl writes text inside a Document. You’ll notice that as you write longer content, Corjl will keep referencing what’s in those sections and start to repeat himself. Not ideal.

There are 2 solutions to this:

  1. Quick – Toggle off each of the sidebar inputs as you write to prevent Corjl from seeing and using them anymore. Click the toggle button next to each one.
  2. Recommended – Continually update the sidebar inputs as you work through a document.

Let’s go back to the 8 Tips For a Greener Lawn blog post example.

After my introduction paragraph, the first tip I’ll write about is Water your lawn regularly. I’ll make this the heading, and I want Corjl to write a paragraph underneath it.

I could now go delete the content in the Title, Content brief, and Keywords and update them to guide the next paragraph. I might do this:

Title

Water your lawn regularly

Content description / brief

Write a paragraph about the importance of watering St. Augustine and Zoysia grass. Talk about how many inches of water each one should get and how frequently to water.

Keywords

inches

Now, when I hit Compose, Corjl will pull in that information and use it to guide what he writes next. You don’t have to update the sidebar inputs as you go, but try doing that if you’re not getting the results that you want.

Output length

In the sidebar, you’ll see options for changing the number of words Corjl writes when you hit Compose.

Shorter: ~20 – 25 words

Medium: ~50 – 55 words

Longer: ~110 – 115 words

Try generating content using the different Output lengths to see the difference. Most customers use either M or L. You’ll sometimes find that using L, Corjl loses focus at the end of a generation and starts to write lower quality or off-topic content.

Saving a Document and Document History

Your text is automatically saved as you write. You can view and restore past versions of any document going back 7 days.

Open and restore previously a saved version:

  • In the top right of a document, click the checkmark ✓ or click the ••• icon and select Document history

What Corjl Sees

Because what you input to Corjl has a huge impact on what Corjl outputs, it’s very important to have an understanding of what text Corjl can « see » at the time you generate content.

Boss Mode

If you are on the Boss Mode plan, Corjl pulls in 2,000 – 3,000 characters above where you are writing plus the Title, Content description, and Keywords (unless you have any of these toggled off).

This increase in input amount leads Corjl to write much higher quality content because he has more context for what has already been written, and can better predict great content to write next.

Back to the previous example, if you are writing at the bottom of the document as before, with this increased vision, Corjl CAN now see all the way up to the intro paragraph.

Using the *** Shortcode

By placing 3 asterisks in your document content, you will prevent Corjl from seeing any text above that point. This is particularly helpful if Corjl is repeating content, or you just want to switch topics entirely.

This does not prevent Corjl from seeing the content in the sidebar.

Action Items:

  • Try generating content with the title and content description toggled on and then toggled off to compare the results.
  • Toggle off everything in the sidebar, then type *** on the line directly above your cursor in the document and click Compose. This cuts off Corjl from seeing anything at all and you should see Corjl write something random and off-topic.

Toolbar

Another great feature inside of a document is the toolbar. The toolbar is now in a fixed location and easily accessible near the top of a document. In addition to text styling, you’ll find the following powerful tools.

Rephrase

This is a built-in content improver that changes up the sentence structure and words to write your sentence differently. This is great for rewriting content or just seeing a better way to phrase something.

Fix grammar

This corrects any grammar mistakes in a sentence.

Explain it to a 5th grader

Content usually performs better when it’s easy to read. Highlight text and select this tool and Corjl will rewrite your content for a 5th-grade reading level.

Action Item

  • Highlight a sentence inside your document and try each of the tools above to see how they work.

Editor Modes

Documents have 2 additional « modes » you can use for added functionality.

Power Mode

Power mode gives you access to all of the templates in a drawer right inside of your document.

To open, click the Power mode icon in the center of the top bar of a document.

SEO Mode

For writing articles to rank on Google, we highly recommend the Surfer SEO integration. This integration will also allow you to optimize your writing for specific keywords you want to include. Please read the full guide on how to turn it on here.Surfer is a great tool to help inform you on best enhancing your writing for SEO purposes. It will tell you what your headings should include, what keywords to include, how many words you should be writing, and how many paragraphs you will need to see your content score increase.

Action Item:

  • Open Power Mode and try using the Marketing Angles template to come up with promotion ideas for the document you have open.

Tone of voice

When we give Corjl a tone of voice, he does his best to match it. You can enter anything in the Tone of voice box including adjectives like « funny » or « dramatic » or even people you want Corjl to imitate.

Example

As an example (and not because of any political affiliation so don’t email us) Let’s add Donald Trump to the Tone of voice box for the Pokemon card example.

Then click Generate AI content.

Attention: This is the most astounding Pokemon card you’ll ever see.

Interest: It’s a first edition holographic Charizard card in mint condition. That means it’s worth over $200! I’m not kidding, this thing is awesome and will make your friends jealous.

Desire: You’re going to want to buy this right now before someone else does! We can ship worldwide so don’t worry about where you live – we’ve got you covered. Just click on the link below and order yours today!

Action: Click here for more information or to purchase this 1st Edition Holographic Charizard Pokemon Card – Mint Condition

You can almost hear Trump’s voice when you read this. The copy is now written with the grandiosity that you might expect Trump to add.It’s no longer just a great Pokemon card.It’s « the most amazing Pokemon card you’ll ever see. »Not all tones of voice will be as obvious as Donald Trump, but they will influence the copy. So play around with it until you find a tone of voice that works for you.Click here for a list of tone of voice ideas

Action Item:

  • Try using the following words in the Tone of voice field to see how they impact the content generated.
  • Donald Trump
  • Jerry Seinfeld
  • Angry
  • Joyful
  • Sad
  • Professional

Corjl Commands

On the Boss Mode plan, you can use Commands to tell Corjl what to do using plain language. This gives you more control over how Corjl works and leads to faster content creation.

Using thousands of commands, you can ask Corjl to do things like:

> Write some blog post titles about Lawn Care

Write some ad headlines based on the product description

Write a video script outline for a video titled « 8 tips for lawn care »

There are some commands Corjl will follow better than others, but there’s not just one set list of Commands he’s programmed to run. He literally understands the intent of your command and works to fulfill it.

How to run a Command

  • In plain language, write the command you want Corjl to follow.
  • Press CMD + Enter on Mac or CTRL + Enter on PC.
  • Corjl will highlight the command, and execute it.

When running a command, Corjl sees and uses:

  • The command
  • 2,000 – 3,000 characters above the command (unless it stops at a *** shortcode)
  • The Title, Content description, and Keywords (unless they are toggled off)

Click here for a list of Command Ideas

Voice dictation

An even faster way to interact with Corjl is by using voice commands to literally speak what you want Corjl to do.

To use voice commands in Corjl, you’ll want first to make sure it’s enabled on your computer.

Enabling Voice Dictation on a Mac

  • Go to System Preferences
  • Click on Keyboard
  • Click on Dictation
  • Toggle it “on”
  • Click on Enable Dictation

Enabling Voice Dictation on a PC

Click here to see the Microsoft docs

Using Voice Dictation with Corjl

Make sure your cursor is inside a document within Corjl. Next, press the Fn (Function) key twice or click the Edit menu and select Start Dictation.

From there, you can speak to your computer, and the words you speak will start appearing in the text.

Recipes

Recipes are pre-built workflows that contain a series of Corjl commands to help you create content using a repeatable process. You can create your own or save recipes shared by the community.

To see all recipes in your account, open the recipes tab in the sidebar.

Getting started

You can get familiar with recipes by starting from the featured list or a community-shared recipe. Featured recipes are real examples we’ve created to help you write content.

Let’s use the »Blog post » recipe as an example. You can view the recipe here: https://community.jasper.ai/recipes/69c657f4-a185-4e31-b73f-4092cf957018

  1. To start watch the attached video at the bottom to understand how to use this specific recipe.
  2. Click « Run » to create a new document using this recipe
    • This will create a new document using the recipe and save the recipe to your account

How to run a recipe

Each recipe is different, but most will ask you to replace the variables with your content and then run the commands in order from top to bottom.

For example, let’s walk through this example « Blog post » recipe:

[Run the following command, then move the output in the sidebar]

write a brief for {TOPIC}

[Run the following command, then move the output in the sidebar]

write blog title ideas

write an introduction

write a blog outline

[Run the following command for each outline item generated above]

write about {OUTLINE_ITEM}

write a blog conclusion on {OUTLINE_ITEM_1}, {OUTLINE_ITEM_2}, {OUTLINE_ITEM_3}

Step 1: Generate the content brief

Replace {TOPIC} with your actual topic and then run the command by placing your cursor at the end of the line and pressing CMD + ENTER (Ctrl + ENTER on PC).

Copy the generated content and paste it into the content description/brief box in the sidebar. This gives your document more detail about what you want to write about.

Step 2: Generate article title ideas

Make sure you have the content brief toggled on in the sidebar, and then run the next command:

>write blog title ideas

Select or edit the article title you want to use and paste it into the sidebar

Step 3: Write an intro

Run the next two commands in order. Each of these commands will use the content preceding it and the title and brief from the sidebar to gather context.

>write an introduction

Pro tip: Re-run any commands you need to get the best outputs. When you are happy with the outcome leave them in the body of the document and move to the next commands.

Step 4: Create an outline

Run the outline command.

>write a blog outline

For each item in the article outline, place the following command below it, replace the variable for the outline topic you are addressing, and run the command to fill out the section.

>write about {OUTLINE_ITEM}

Step 5: Write a conclusion

Run the outline command after replacing the variables.

>write a blog conclusion about {OUTLINE_ITEM_1}, {OUTLINE_ITEM_2}, {OUTLINE_ITEM_3}

How to format recipes

You can designate different parts of your recipe with special formatting.

Commands

Optionally designate a line of text as a command by prefixing it with the  » > » ****character. This will help visually separate commands from other text on the page.

>write a list of top diaper brands

Variables

Designate which parts of your recipe are variable and require user input by wrapping text in curly brackets like this:

>write an article brief about {BLOG_POST_TOPIC}

How to create your own recipe

  1. Click « new recipe » in the top right corner
  2. Add a name, description, and recipe content
  3. Optionally, add a Youtube link to a screen-share explaining how the recipe works so that others can understand how to use it
  4. Click Save

Sharing

To share a recipe, go to the sharing options at the bottom of a recipe in your account.

  • Private – Only visible to members of your account
  • Public link – Open to anyone on the internet with the shared link

When you share a recipe, the public-facing URL is open to anyone with that URL, but they must have an account to run the recipe.

Action Items:

Open the Recipes tab in your account and run the following Recipes to get a feel for how they work:

Keyboard shortcuts

Use these shortcuts and shortcodes to write faster inside a document. For PC users, use the CTRL key instead of the Command key.

Keyboard shortcuts

Command + J: Compose (Place your cursor where you want to generate text in your document and press CMD + J).

Command + Enter: Run Command (to run Command you must have the cursor at the end of the sentence).

Command + /: Re-run Command

Command + Shift + Enter: Run Command and keep Command visible on the page after running.

System Keyboard Shortcuts

Command + Z: Undo

Command + Shift + Z: Redo

Command + A: Select All

Command + C: Copy Selection

Command + X: Cut Selection

Command + V: Paste

Command + Shift + V: Paste Without Formatting

Command + F: Search Window

Shortcodes

  • *** Place 3 asterisks in your content to prevent Corjl from seeing above that point. This helps prevent Corjl from generating duplicate outputs.

Account management

Below, we’ll answer some common questions and cover the most used account functionality available in Corjl we haven’t talked through yet.

Team Management

Corjl is great alone, and even better when used with your team.

Add team members

  • Click on the gear icon on the bottom of the side navbar and open up the Team tab.
  • Copy your unique link.
  • Share this link with your trusted team members to allow them to join your account.
  • When another user clicks it, they will be added to your workspace

 

Remove team members

Only admins on the account will have the capacity to delete team members. What you’ll want to do is ask the admin on the account to delete the member. If you are the admin:

  • Navigate to the team tab
  • Click the trashcan icon next to their name to delete the member’s email from the account.
  • Send us a message in the app or at hey@Corjl.ai to let us know you would like the member seat removed from your subscription.

Permissions

  • Only admins are allowed to view or modify account, team and billing settings. By default the account creator is the only admin.
  • Currently, all content created in an account is visible/editable for all members. When you invite a team member to your account, they will be able to see the content you are producing.

Per user billing

Starter

  • 10 users included
  • Add up to 10 total users (including yourself) at no additional cost.

Boss Mode

  • 1 user included (This means the sole email that signs up for the account is able to use the account)
  • Up to 10 additional users
  • Additional team members share the overall plan credits with the Admin

Credits

Interacting with Corjl is built on a credit system… Like a video game, insert coin, play game, repeat… the more credits the more fun.

How Credits WorkYou can monitor your credits and usage inside your usage and billing tab in the app. You’ll need to be aware of two types of credits.The 1st is Plan Credits

  • These are the monthly credits that are included with your monthly subscription.
  • Each subscription plan is given a monthly credit amount that automatically resets at the start of each billing cycle, regardless of usage.
  • These do not roll over to the next month (so use them up).
  • For example, if you sign up for the $59/mo base plan, you will be given 50,000 words. If you generate 10 words or 10,000 words, the plan will refresh to 50,000 words at the start of the next billing cycle.
  • You can adjust your plan credits in your app’s usage and billing section.

2nd are Bonus Credits

  • These are the credits that have been awarded by our team and added to your account manually.
  • You can only use bonus credits AFTER your trial and AFTER you have used up your plan credits.
  • Bonus credits will always roll over month to month until you use them up
  • You can earn bonus credits in several ways. Once again, view the usage and billing page in the app to learn more.
  • For example, you can earn more free credits by referring a friend, leaving a review and even by just attending a live 101 training with Corjl.
  • Get those bonus credits yall!
  • https://app.jasper.ai/credits

Now that we know how the credits work, let’s clarify what a credit is…

Counting Credits

A credit = a word. So each time you run a command, click the generate content button, or click the compose button, it will count against your credit limit for the month. As you write content with Corjl, you are responsible for keeping track of your credit usage. You have access to this in the usage and billing section of your app.

As you write with Corjl, the number will decrease in the usage and billing page. The number of credits you see is what you have left to use for the remainder of the month.

For example, if you write a command “write a blog post outline about house plants” and run that command, what Jasper writes in response to the command will count against your credits. For reference, the document editor’s “M” output length is about ~50 words.

If you are in a template and generate 10 outputs off 1 input, all those outputs will count against your credit limit for the month. Depending on which template you are using, these outputs could be longer (AIDA framework) or shorter (Business Product or Name).

Rating Content

Right now, you can upvote or downvote Jasper’s outputs to give feedback to the team. Downvoting (👎🏻) will appear in the document editor and the outputs are of a template after composing content or running commands. If you don’t like something Jasper wrote, let us know by downvoting content, and we’ll refund those credits you just generated.

After you downvote, we recommend tweaking your input a little so you won’t get another output like that. Jasper does his best to write creatively for you, but sometimes he needs a little guidance from you. If you’re having trouble with tweaks, reach out to our team at hey@jasper.ai to get some troubleshooting advice.

Be mindful we only will refund up to 20% of your credit limit for the month. So once you’ve refunded all your credits for the month – you won’t be able to refund more.

Translation

While Jasper is trained more thoroughly in English, we integrate with DeepL to offer Jasper in over 25 languages.

To enable language defaults, go to your account settings page and toggle it on.

Language translation is tricky. Jasper + DeepL do a good job of translation, but other languages will still likely need more editing than the English outputs.

Note: Language translation is not currently available for Commands.

Available languages

Several languages have variants that you can choose from, like « American English » and « British English ».

Input languages

BG - Bulgarian
CS - Czech
DA - Danish
DE - German
EL - Greek
EN - English
ES - Spanish
ET - Estonian
FI - Finnish
FR - French
HU - Hungarian
IT - Italian
JA - Japanese
LT - Lithuanian
LV - Latvian
NL - Dutch
PL - Polish
PT - Portuguese
RO - Romanian
RU - Russian
SK - Slovak
SL - Slovenian
SV - Swedish
ZH - Chinese

Output languages

BG - Bulgarian
CS - Czech
DA - Danish
DE - German
EL - Greek
EN-GB - English (British)
EN-US - English (American)
ES - Spanish
ET - Estonian
FI - Finnish
FR - French
HU - Hungarian
IT - Italian
JA - Japanese
LT - Lithuanian
LV - Latvian
NL - Dutch
PL - Polish
PT-PT - Portuguese (all Portuguese varieties excluding Brazilian Portuguese)
PT-BR - Portuguese (Brazilian)
RO - Romanian
RU - Russian
SK - Slovak
SL - Slovenian
SV - Swedish
ZH - Chinese

Is the content Jasper writes original, or do I need to be worried about plagiarism?

Answer: Jasper writes unique content 99.98% of the time and you likely don’t need to be worried about plagiarism.

As discussed at length in How Jasper thinks, Jasper is trained on huge chunks of the internet but doesn’t regurgitate what he read exactly. It’s just not how to AI model works.Not only do you not need to worry about plagiarism of existing content on the internet, but you also don’t need to be worried about getting the same outputs as other Jasper users.Even if you enter the EXACT same input as another user (highly unlikely), Jasper will almost certainly not return the same output.At the time of this writing, Jasper has written over 1 billion words. Rarely has there ever been plagiarism issues. However, many of our users find value and peace of mind in running text through a plagiarism checker after completing a document.Additionally, many users paste in content from other sites as a starter for content and want to be sure none of that original content is leftover at the end.If you would like to check your content for plagiarism then try the Jasper Plagiarism Checker.

Additional Help & Training

Want more help and training? Check out the resources below.

Customer support

  • email hey@Jasper.ai
  • In app support message
    • Click the blue/purple ? icon in the bottom right.
    • Click Open help center
    • Click Ask
    • Select a Category and click Next
    • Type out and send your message

We typically answer every support message within 1 business day. If you don’t see a response from us by then, check your spam folders or send us a follow-up email.

Bootcamp Completion

Congratulations, you’ve made it to the end of the Bootcamp!

By now, you’ve thoughtfully worked through each of the sections and completed the action items.Hopefully, you feel far more confident in using Jasper to create content of all kinds.The key from here is to test, tweak, experiment, and play with Jasper until you get outputs that you love. You are the boss. When you lead Jasper well, you’ll be able to get spectacular results.

Get Corjl Certified

The Jasper Certification is a special designation reserved for those who have proven a high level of competence using Jasper to create great content.

After completing the certification, you’ll receive a shiny new badge you can add to your LinkedIn to show off your professional expertise. You’ll also get a certificate with your name on it to frame on the wall above your law school degree.

It’s kind of a big deal.

How to get certified

1. Complete the following requirements

  • Complete the Jasper Bootcamp
  • Generate content at least once using the following templates:
    • Paragraph Generator
    • Commands
    • One-shot Blog Post
    • AIDA Framework
  • Generate content in Documents using Power Mode and commands
  • Have personally generated at least 20,000 words
    • To see how many words you’ve generated, navigate to Usage under Settings.

Do not take the exam until you have completed all of the above requirements

2. Pass the exam

The Certification Exam is designed to test your competence and knowledge of Jasper. It is open-note, and all of the material is covered in the Jasper Bootcamp.

To pass, you need to answer 85% of the questions successfully. You can take it multiple times.

Click here to take the Exam

3. Wait for review

After you pass the exam, we will be alerted to review your Jasper account to confirm all requirements are complete. We will do our best to review and approve all passing applicants on the next Tuesday after your exam is passed.

If everything checks out, then congrats! You’re now officially Jasper Certified!

Once approved, we will email you your badge and a certificate with your name on it. Add the badge to your LinkedIn and show it off to the world.

 

You’re in the big leagues now.
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