Using Otter Chat, you can generate a multitude of content for different audiences, platforms, and services. Save time by having Otter Chat generate the content for you. Check out some of the ways you can use Otter Chat in your workflow.
Otter Chat for Sales
Check out how our Account Executive, Mark Brewer, uses Otter Chat!
Want to send an email to someone with information from the conversation? Ask Otter Chat to generate that for you.
For example, I have an interview conversation I want to share with a colleague. I can ask Otter to generate a summary and provide the main topics.
Prompt: @otter Draft an email summarizing this conversation and list out the 5 bullet points of the main topics of this interview.
- Describe the action
- Add in context
- Set the tone of voice
- Describe the format you want
Social media content
Have a conversation you want to share or promote on social media? Otter Chat can easily generate multiple posts for you.
Prompt: Hey Otter Write 3 different Twitter posts to promote this interview.
Generate a Blog Post
Meetings can contain a lot of great info you may want to share. You can have OtterChat create a blog post for you based on the conversation.
Prompt: Otter Write a half-page blog post on this conversation, with the content being split into 3 sections.
Generate the Meeting Minutes
Never worry again about taking minutes, as Otter Chat is there to summarize and produce a report that can be shared with all participants. Instead of manually taking minutes, have Otter Chat generate one post-meeting.
Prompt: @otter Write structured meeting minutes for this call.
Tailor Otter Chat to your needs
Not quite getting the answer you need from Otter Chat? Ask follow-up questions! Otter Chat is able to take feedback and generate new responses. It’ll take your existing questions and chat history to generate new responses based on the feedback you provide. Check out some of the examples below.
Ask follow-up questions
You can ask follow-up questions to tailor the reply to your needs. Some examples:
- Make that longer/shorter
- Add more detail about X
- Add timestamps
- Make the email more casual/formal
Initial Prompt: @otter Summarize this meeting
Follow-up: Hey Otter Make it shorter and add quotes by Sam