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Use the knowledge in your JiggyBase document collections to help produce factual, up-to-date chat responses.

JiggyBase plugin enables you to search through personal and work collections of documents to retrieve relevant information for chat responses. You can use the /collections endpoint to get the list of available collection names for a user and /query to search through them. The user gets accurate and up-to-date factual chat responses supported by information from their documents. JiggyBase is a tool for great chat accuracy and productivity.

Learn how to use JiggyBase effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.

Example prompts

  1. Prompt 1: "Find the latest research on climate change impacts."

  2. Prompt 2: "I need information on the best practices for data security."

  3. Prompt 3: "What are the recent advancements in machine learning algorithms?"

  4. Prompt 4: "Can you help me find articles on renewable energy sources?"

  5. Prompt 5: "I want to search my personal documents for information about project management."

Features and commands

collectionsThis command returns a list of collections available to the user. Use this command first to get the collection names and descriptions before using the /query endpoint.
queryThis command accepts a list of queries and optional metadata filters. Specify a collection name (from the /collections command) to search a specific user collection that is most suitable for the query. You can also break down complex questions into sub-questions.


User authenticationOAuth2
API documentation

For AI

DescriptionTool for searching through the user's collections of documents (such as files, web pages, emails, data, etc) to find answers to questions and retrieve relevant information. Use it whenever a user asks something that might be found in their personal or work information. Use the /collections endpoint once before calling /query to get the list of collection names available for a user. Use only the information provided by the query response to answer the user. Provide references to document titles and collection names to help the user understand the source for the info in your responses. Do not provide facts that are not supported by information in the user documents.


First added20 June 2023

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