What Jarvis sees

Because what you input to Jarvis has a huge impact on what Jarvis outputs, it's very important to have an understanding of what text Jarvis can "see" at the time you generate content.

Plan limits

Pro Plan

If you are on the Pro Plan, Jarvis pulls in 600 characters above where you are writing plus the Title, Content description, and Keywords (unless you have any of these toggled off).

In this example, if you are writing at the bottom of the page, he can see what's in the pink box. That means he cannot see any part of the intro paragraph.

Pro plan lookback screenshot

Boss Mode

If you are on the Boss Mode plan, Jarvis pulls in 2,000 - 3,000 characters above where you are writing plus the Title, Content description, and Keywords (unless you have any of these toggled off).

This increase in input amount leads Jarvis to write much higher quality content because he has more context for what has already been written, and can better predict great content to write next.

Back to the previous example, if you are writing at the bottom of the document as before, with this increased vision, Jarvis CAN now see all the way up to the intro paragraph.

Boss mode jarvis lookback

Using the *** Shortcode

By placing 3 asterisks in your document content, you will prevent Jarvis from seeing any text above that point. This is particularly helpful if Jarvis is repeating content, or you just want to switch topics entirely.

This does not prevent Jarvis from seeing the content in the sidebar.

Action Items:

  • Try generating content with the title and content description toggled on and then toggled off to compare the results.
  • Toggle off everything in the sidebar, then type *** on the line directly above your cursor in the document and click Compose. This cuts off Jarvis from seeing anything at all and you should see Jarvis write something random and off-topic.
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