Unlocking Your Creative Potential with the Power of AI: Introducing the Airtable AI Prompt Builder

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5 - Automation Enthusiast
5 - Automation Enthusiast

(this headline was generated by the Airtable AI Prompt Builder Itself.)

Hi, this is Matt.

I used Airtable Interface and added some automation to integrate it with Make and OpenAI API to create the "Airtable AI Prompt Builder".  And packaged it and published it for free with all the prompts content on the Airtable Universe.  Please check it out (links below), let me know what you think, I am already working on improving the solution based on some initial findings and feedback that I have received from one of my client,  but would love to get some of your feedback if you look at it! Thanks. 



OUTPUT SAMPLE (Generated from my solution)

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Few links:

Template / Airtable Universe:

Youtube Demo:


Supercharge your Airtable using the AI Prompt Builder for OpenAI ChatGPT. Airtable AI Prompt Builder is a custom Airtable Interface and integrated solution created to help you to create unique and engaging social media post content in minutes. It can save you time, increase your efficiency, and tailor the prompts to your specific needs and requirements. It leverages the power of OpenAI API and Airtable Automation. ​Tips: -Copy The Data: when you copy the base, copy it with the data. The data will allow you to have a pre-set of very good prompts section to help you build your prompt using the Airtable Interface -Check the Airtable Interface: the real heavy lifting and value of the application is in the custom Interface created: The AI Prompt Builder.




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5 - Automation Enthusiast
5 - Automation Enthusiast

*Small add-on.

How much does it cost to use the OpenAI API?

When you call the OpenAI API, their output also provides the usage of tokens in a collection:  prompt_tokens, completion_tokens, total_tokens, along with the Model used (their pricing varies by Model).

So, I am passing this back when I update my Airtable record in my call back from Make at the end of the scenario.... and presenting the actual cost ($) back to the user in the interface as soon as the output is rendered.




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Presenting this back to the user.

In this example, cost me $0.00266 to generate this Twitter post.  Not bad.


AI and automation are changing the way we do business and work! The future has exciting possibilities - @make_hq has some great tips for how to stay on top of the trends and use automation to your advantage #Automation #AI #Business #Work  #Future 



Any questions, please let me know.  I am happy to help you via the comments if you want to integrate this in your own solution.

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5 - Automation Enthusiast
5 - Automation Enthusiast

Thanks for sharing! I've been searching the Universe for something to manage my prompts, and it looks like you just saved me a bunch of time.

The way you've structured your fields allows for a lot of flexibility. I never considered building a one-size-fits-all interface on top of the prompts DB, but I think your setup allows for it. A Category field would allow you to filter your choices by context: Social Media, Job Seeking, Blogging, Python, etc. There's so much in Interfaces I have yet to explore, but I get the impression this type of filtering might not be doable in a non-clunky way.

I'll likely add a Context field for additional long form info; a Formatting field since getting GPT to output things right seems to be an issue; a Persona or System field as the gpt4 API allegedly prioritizes this more.

I've been able to crank out a few specialized "apps" in the past few weeks with Airtable/Make/OpenAI, which would normally take me months (if not forever) to do from scratch. I'm loving it.