Jot it down
Remember details from your chats by jotting them down. You can add, remove and recall your 'jots.'
Jot it down is a handy plugin that allows you to remember important details from your chats. With this plugin, you can easily add, remove, and recall your 'jots' - like digital post-it notes. Whether it's a task you need to remember or a key piece of information, Jot it down has got you covered. Keep track of your conversations and never forget important details again. It's time to jot it down and stay organized!
Learn how to use Jot it down effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "I want to recall the jots I made during our previous conversation."
Prompt 2: "Can you help me add some important details from our chat to my jots?"
Prompt 3: "I need to edit one of my jots, can you assist me with that?"
Prompt 4: "I want to delete a jot from my jots list."
Prompt 5: "Can you provide some insights on my jots over time?"
Features and commands
|This command allows you to retrieve jots based on a specific theme or content. You can search for jots by providing a topic or subject of interest. If no specific topic is mentioned or if you request to recall "all jots", the plugin will return all jots. The returned jots will be sorted by their creation date.|
|Use this command to add and store important information from your conversations for later recall. You need to provide a short summary that captures the main idea of the jot and the detailed content of the jot itself. Optionally, you can also provide a user-provided title if desired.|
|This command allows you to edit and update the content of a specific jot. You need to provide the unique jot_id of the jot you want to edit, as well as the updated content. You can also optionally update the jot's short summary and user-provided title.|
|Use this command to delete a jot from your jots list. You need to provide the unique jot_id of the jot you want to delete.|
|This command provides an overview, statistics, and insights on your jots over time. You can ask questions about your jots, such as the number of jots added in the last week or the average length of a jot.|