Search through select AFIs.
Search through select United States Air Force Instructions to find answers to questions and retrieve relevant information. Use this plugin whenever a user asks something that might be related to the United States Air Force. It provides a convenient way to quickly access and search through a curated collection of AFIs, helping users find the information they need without hassle. Whether it's finding protocols, guidelines, or policies, this plugin has got you covered!
Learn how to use ChatAFI effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "I need information on the required physical fitness standards for the United States Air Force."
Prompt 2: "Can you tell me the protocol for properly folding the United States Air Force flag?"
Prompt 3: "Where can I find the regulations for personal appearance in the United States Air Force?"
Prompt 4: "I'm looking for information on the rank structure within the United States Air Force."
Prompt 5: "What are the guidelines for conducting physical training sessions in the United States Air Force?"
Features and commands
|This command allows you to search and retrieve relevant information from select United States Air Force Instructions based on natural language queries and metadata. You can break down complex questions into sub-questions and refine results by criteria such as time or source.|
|This API endpoint accepts search query objects array each with a query and optional filter. Use this to submit your search queries.|
|This object contains properties that you can use to apply filters to your search queries. You can filter by document ID, source, source ID, author, start date, and end date.|
|This object represents the response returned by the API after executing a search query. It contains the results of the query, including the text, metadata, and score of each document chunk matching the query.|
|This enumeration represents the possible sources of documents, which can be email, file, or chat.|
|This object represents a validation error returned by the API. It contains the location, message, and type of the error.|