The following is a guide to setting up API keys so they can be used for Discourse AI. In this example, we are using OpenAI to generate the keys but the process would be similar for other platforms such as Claude. Platforms will always change so this guide may not reflect 100% process.
However I also use it as a moderator but as a moderator I actually need to not only proofread the text but to give it a nice tone. Thus I often have to copy the text from the Discourse editor into ChatGPT placing the text in a fenced section, ```, with the prompt
Proofread and give nice tone.
If that option or similar were added it would be appreciated.
Often the request to change the tone of the text results in writing that is obviously different than how I write, I write stating more facts than using prose, and when this happens I often add this at the end.
Polished with the help of ChatGPT
so that those reading it know that I composed the text and the text was refined using ChatGPT.
So if such a line could automatically be added when using the suggested tone modifier option, it would be appreciated.
A simple solution could be showing a textarea with the proofread version next to (or below) the combined diff.
That way it would be possible to revert changes (since they’re shown in context) and make additional in-context modifications (punctuation, better word choices, etc.) before going back to the regular composer.
Hello. Will this plugin conflict if it is installed together with this chatbot plugin?
Can I, for example, connect GPT 3.5 TURBO in this plugin, and connect GPT4 in the chatbot plugin. Will this action cause a plugin conflict?
I’m using this Composer AI to help in our forum. However, it doesn’t appear as it’s shown in the Description above, where it adds the Composer AI Helper module button within the toolbar. as you can see below this is how it is
I’ve been testing both plugins for a week now and haven’t found a single conflict between them. For my version of the forum, each plugin does its job well It’s as if they were created to complement each other