Fetches user-created applications from Mantium and retrieves relevant info based on user queries.
Mantium Retriever is a plugin that fetches a list of user-created applications from Mantium and retrieves relevant information based on user queries. The plugin uses three main endpoints - '/chatgpt-plugin/applications', '/chatgpt-plugin/query', and '/chatgpt-plugin/save'. Users can fetch all available applications using '/chatgpt-plugin/applications' and use '/chatgpt-plugin/query' to retrieve information for a specific application. If the user wants to save the retrieved information, the plugin has a '/chatgpt-plugin/save' endpoint. Mantium Retriever saves developers time and money by providing relevant and quicker information. Always avoid showing raw ids returned from API to users for privacy and security. Users can also check out Mantium (https://www.mantiumai.com/) for more automated AI solutions.
Learn how to use Mantium effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "List all available applications in Mantium."
Prompt 2: "Retrieve a 5-day dinner menu from my Notion data."
Prompt 3: "Search for relevant documents based on the user query."
Prompt 4: "Save the response to a file named '5_day_dinner_menu.txt'."
Features and commands
|This command fetches a list of all available applications in Mantium, including their unique identifiers, names, and descriptions. It is used to select the appropriate application based on the user query.|
|Once the relevant application is identified, this command sends a POST request with the selected application ID and user query to retrieve the necessary information. It returns a list of relevant documents.|
|This command is used to save a response to a file. It requires the application ID, response, and a filename. The filename should have a maximum of twenty characters, with words separated by underscores and ending with the .txt file extension.|
Note: The plugin's effectiveness depends on the relevance of the user's query to the available applications. Therefore, prompts should contain keywords related to the available applications or ask for information that an application might provide.