Bulk AI Commands
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Using Bulk AI Commands

The AI Assistant features bulk commands that allow you to edit multiple tasks at the same time. Here's how it works:

  1. Click & hold the left mouse button to select the first task.

  2. Drag the cursor to select more tasks/nodes.

  3. The Multi-Select Toolbar will appear at the bottom of the page

  4. Click the AI assistant icon πŸ€– and select one of the bulk commands.

πŸ’‘ Note: Visit Taskade AI Assistant to learn more.

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List of Bulk AI Commands

Search the web to learn more about any topic.

πŸŸͺ SEO (agent)

Fetch top Google Search results for a list of keywords.

🟠 Summarize

Shrink down long discussions or notes into bite-sized summaries.

🟀 Generate Action Items

From brainstorming to execution, turn your ideas into clear, actionable steps.

🟑 Prioritize

Prioritize tasks based on importance.

πŸ”΄ Continue Writing

Feeling overwhelmed? Sort out what needs your attention first.

βšͺ️ Brainstorm

Develop your ideas in seconds.

πŸ”΅ Rewrite

Having trouble getting your message across? Refine your words for clarity and impact

🟒 Outline

Turn your ideas into a structured plan.

πŸŸ₯ Fix Spelling and Grammar

Wave goodbye to tiny mistakes and polish your text to make it spotlessly professional.

Use Bulk AI Agent Commands

You can now use your custom AI Agent commands with multiple tasks or paragraphs.

  1. Create a new agent or use a template (visit this article to learn how).

  2. Go to the Commands tab in the agent editor.

  3. Click βž• New command and define the prompts:

    • πŸ”€ Name: Choose a name that will pop up when you type / + "command name"

    • ⏩ Prompt: Define the behavior of the custom command.

  4. Click Create to save the changes.

  5. Go to your project and select multiple tasks/paragraphs.

  6. Click the πŸ€– AI Agent button in the main toolbar.

  7. Choose a custom command from the list.

πŸ’‘ Note: Visit Custom AI Agents to learn more.

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