Multi-AI Agents

Deploy Multi-AI Agents in your projects to execute multiple tasks concurrently.

Updated over a week ago

What Are Multi-AI Agents?

Would you like to create a team of personalized AI assistants that think just like you? Multi-AI Agents are an evolution of Taskade's agentic workflow designed to work on multiple tasks concurrently in the background while you focus on other things.

💡 Note: New to AI agents? Check our Custom AI Agents guide first.

Set Up Your AI Team

You can build and deploy a team of multi-AI agents using your existing Custom AI Agents, or you can create new agents for this purpose.

🤔 When to create AI agents: If a task comes up regularly or takes over 15 minutes of your focus, or if you're frequently troubleshooting the same problem, setting up an AI agent can be a game changer.

    1. Go to the Agents tab at the top of your workspace/folder.

    2. Click ➕ Create agent to open the agent creator.

  • (method #1) Start from scratch:

    • Create a unique name for your custom agent.

    • Select an avatar or upload your own.

  • (method #2) Use one of the available agent templates.

    • Pick an agent template from the list at the bottom.

    • Create a unique name for your custom agent.

    • Select an avatar or upload your own.

    • Click Create to save the new agent.

💡 Note: Visit our Custom AI Agents guide for detailed instructions.

Multitasking and Agent Collaboration

There are two ways you can use Multi-AI Agents inside your projects:

  • Assign a single agent to multiple tasks:

    1. Select the first task you want your agent to work on.

    2. Type / + custom command associated with your agent.

      • You don't need to type the entire command.

    3. Press ⌨️ Enter to execute the command.

    4. Click anywhere in the project to minimize the agent window.

    5. Repeat steps 1-3 to assign the agent to additional tasks.

💡 Note: Agent names are visible under the tasks they are working on, with a spinning circle indicating tasks in progress. Click the names to show a conversation history of each of the agents assigned to a task.

  • Assign multiple agents concurrently:

    1. Select the first task you want an agent to work on.

    2. Type / + custom command associated with an agent.

    3. Press ⌨️ Enter to execute the command.

    4. Click anywhere in the project to minimize the agent window.

    5. Use a different command on a task to deploy another agent.

    6. Repeat the process to deploy additional agents.

💡 Note: You can deploy multiple agents to work on the same task.

The agent sidebar unlocks quick access to your virtual team, pre-trained on your knowledge and with access to third-party applications (coming soon).

  1. Create agents following the steps in this article.

  2. Each new agent will be added to the sidebar on the right.

  3. Click avatars in the sidebar to interact with agents.

Iterate on the Output

Every agent comes equipped with both short and long-term memory, which allows you to browse its conversation history and iterate on the output.

  • Reprompt the agent:

    1. Click the agent name under a task.

    2. Type a follow-up prompt in the chat interface.

    3. Browse previous interactions using the arrows in the top-right corner.

💡 Note: Not sure where to start? Visit our guide to Writing Agent Prompts.

Copy / Duplicate Multi-AI Agents

  • Create a custom agent following the steps in the previous sections.

  • Navigate to the 🤖 Agents tab and choose your custom AI agent.

  • Click the three dots ··· next to an agent.

  • Click Copy and select the target workspace/folder.

  • Choose the target workspace/folder.

  • Decide if you want the agent to retain its knowledge.

Share Agents

  1. Navigate to the 🤖 Agents tab and choose your AI agent.

  2. Click the ✎ Edit agent button in the top-right corner.

  3. Click Share button in the top-right corner.

  4. Enable Public access in the top-right.

  5. Copy the agent link using the ⧉ button.

  6. Share the agent link with others.

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