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Artificial Intelligence

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AI Palette

You can use Artificial Intelligence directly within Reflect to drastically improve your note-taking and writing. Think of it as a digital assistant you can call on at any time, and ask anything you think of.

How to access the AI palette

To use it, first highlight some text, and then press cmd j (or control j on Windows). That’ll popup the AI palette. You can select from one of our dozen or so prompts, like ‘list key takeaways’ or ‘list action-items’. Alternatively, you can ask AI anything you’d like without highlighting text first.

What kind of things can you do?

We provide some ready-to-go prompts that let you do things like:

  • List key takeaways from a body of text
  • List action-items from call notes
  • Improve spelling and grammar
  • Simplify and rephrase writing
  • Create summaries of articles
  • Suggest titles for essays you’ve written
  • Generate copy for Tweets and emails
  • And more!

Custom prompts

You can also ask the AI palette anything you’d like using the open text field.

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See how others are using the AI palette

Join our Discord community and check out the Workflows channel to see how other members are using AI in their notes and writing.

FAQ

What are you using behind the scenes to make this work?

We are using OpenAI’s GPT3.5 API.

Is this feature available to everyone?

Yes, it’s available to everyone.

How does this feature impact security and end-to-end encryption?

If you don’t use this feature, the security situation is the same as before - all your notes are end-to-end encrypted and nothing will be shared with anyone.

If you do use this feature, only text that you explicitly highlight will be sent to our (and OpenAI’s) servers.

We do not share who’s making the requests to OpenAI - they just know it’s someone’s using Reflect.

What are the privacy implications

If you don’t use this feature, the privacy situation is the same as before - all your notes are end-to-end encrypted and nothing will be shared with anyone.

We don’t use the prompts or highlighted text as training data, nor do we store or log these. However OpenAI may use data sent to them - please refer to their TOS.

Can you share the pre-built prompts