6 productivity hacks that will make your life easier
using Google's new AI "Bard"
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🤖 Google’s AI “Bard”
😂 Meme of the day
I’VE GOT SOME EXCITING NEWS
Besides the Lakers and Heat making the playoffs, Google threw a one-two punch at ChatGPT… and I’m not sure it’s getting up from the canvas.
Last week Google revamped its AI chatbot “Bard” and it’s now blowing ChatGPT out of the water.
Why is it better?
Connects to the internet (for free)
Can export into Gmail or Google Docs
And allows for voice prompting
There are a ton of ways to make money with Google’s new AI chatbot, but it won’t be much different than the newsletter I made a few months using ChatGPT.
Today I want to focus on productivity because saving time might not make you money but it will free you up to do things you love like spending time with friends and family. And as they say “time is money”.
So let’s hop into 6 Productivity Hacks that will make your life easier:
Since Bard can connect directly to the internet, you can ask it any relevant topic you want.
Want to stay up-to-date on the latest news so you can have talking points when you see people in the office?
Ask Bard to summarize the top news from yesterday or last week.
Typing is slow. With Bard you can now have a conversation with the smartest computer in the world.
Ask it anything from why your car is making a clicking noise to the shortest route from New York to Catalina Island, CA. It will give you the exact plane tickets along with their prices all while avoiding long layovers.
Bard can also make a full itinerary for a family trip while keeping it within budget and remembering to account for children!
SEO the sh*t out of your site
If you have a company and a website Bard can help improve your SEO (Search Engine Optimization) to drive more clicks and customers to your site.
Bonus: If you need catchy copy write or marketing content, Bard rocks at that too!
Take your learning from 20 minutes to 60 seconds
Summarize complex articles from newsletters like The Economist that dive into inflation and government debt levels.
Copy and paste the article and ask Bard to summarize it to you in plain English. This allows you to learn faster and understand complex topics that make you smarter.
Introducing the code guru
Bard can code in 20+ programming languages. Have you had an app or website idea but never had the technical expertise to pursue it or the money to hire engineers?
Now you don’t need to. All you need to know is copy/paste and some basic troubleshooting skills.
Exporting to Docs & Gmail
And last but not least, you can export any of your prompts to Docs or Gmail.
So if you’re drafting up a cold email to try and land a big client you can export it straight to your email.
Or say you’re drafting a newsletter to send to a writer. It’s a simple export to docs and share.
A simple feature but it makes the copy/paste process even faster.
As you can see, Bard can help you with almost every aspect of your life.. so use it!!
Just don’t ask it for a joke…
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MEME OF THE DAY
😂😂 fr tho
me: “why tf does my back hurt??”
— Maxine🍒 (@chaesoberrie)
May 13, 2023
That's all I got for ya today folks!!
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