The following screenshot is an example of a Carson Assistant field configured with the most strict options. The prompt, which defaults to "Summarize this page." is hidden to the user and can not be changed. Using the field settings (see screenshot below) you can change the default prompt value. For example you could change the button label to "Make this blog post sound more professional and academic." It will use the content from the current entry (by using the Live Preview output if Live Preview is enabled, or the form field values) as the context, and place the response into a chosen text, textarea, or RTE field.

The following screenshot is of the Assistant field configured to display the prompt field, but not use itself for the target of the output. Meaning the result from OpenAI will be placed in another targeted text, text area, or RTE field. The user can change the default prompt value to anything they want. For example, they could use it to generate a blog post, or improve the writing of the current entry if Force Context is enabled.

This screenshot is an example of the Assistant field configured to use itself as a target of the output. This can be useful if you are adding Carson to an entry and need to copy and paste to split up the results of the response into separate fields, such as fields inside of Fluid, Bloqs, or Grid. Think of it is an AI clipboard directly in the entry that uses the entry's content to supply additional context to the prompt.

The Carson Assistant field settings. As noted in the previous screenshots the options presented to the user and how the field functions can be configured here. Since this is a fieldtype, you can create multiple assistants and add them to the same entry, or an assistant field to each channel.

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