Jasper Recipes are one of the newest features that have been introduced by the team working on Jasper AI. With the help of these recipes, you will be able to take your AI-generating abilities to a whole new level.
You are going to discover all there is to know about using Jasper Recipes in this post, and then you will be able to learn how to write like a pro with Jasper AI and become even more productive as a result!
What are Jasper Recipes?
In a nutshell, Jasper Recipes are pre-built workflows that already comprise a number of Jasper Commands and serve as a template to assist you in constructing artificial intelligence-based content in an even more expedient manner.
In the same way that a traditional recipe for a dish includes a set of step-by-step directions on how to prepare the dish, Jasper Recipes include a set of Jasper Commands that, when carried out in the specified order, will enable you to generate any kind of content much more quickly than you ever have before.
If you aren’t precisely sure what Jasper Commands are, they are basically a means of telling Jasper what you want him to write. If you aren’t exactly sure what Jasper Commands are, you can read more about them here.
For instance, if you wanted Jasper to write an introduction paragraph for your blog post, you used to have to open up Power Mode, select the “Blog Post Intro Paragraph” template, fill in all of the information about it, generate the AI content, and then copy and paste your preferred introduction paragraph into your long-form editor. This process was necessary because Jasper did not have the ability to write introduction paragraphs for blog posts until recently.
Now that Jasper Commands are available, all you need to do to create an introductory paragraph for a blog post is type “Write an intro paragraph for a blog post titled [title]” into your long-form editor and then run the Jasper Command.
Jasper will read your command and produce an introductory paragraph for a blog post for you in a matter of seconds.
How to Use Jasper Recipes?
Before we get started, I want to make sure that you are aware of the fact that in order to utilize Jasper Recipes, you will need to make sure that the plan associated with your Jasper account has been updated to the Boss Mode tier.
In order to be successful, Jasper Recipes require the employment of a number of different Jasper Commands, and the only way to access Jasper Commands is to enter Boss Mode.
Assuming that your Jasper account is all set up for utilizing Boss Mode, it’s time to delve in and show you step-by-step how to utilize Jasper Recipes for more productive AI programming.
Jasper Recipes can be found in the “Recipes” section of your Jasper dashboard.
1. Choose Jasper Recipe
You will need to make a decision on which Jasper Recipe you wish to employ first and foremost.
You may either select one of the Jasper Featured Recipes from the Recipe page or access a Jasper Recipe that was contributed by a member of the community. Both of these choices are available to you.
Simply navigate to the “Recipes” tab within the Jasper program to view the full list of Jasper Featured Recipes.
You will then be sent to the Recipes page, where you will be presented with a selection of Jasper Featured Recipes from which to select one.
2. Run Jasper Recipe
When you first open the Jasper Recipe that you wish to utilise, you will see a text that provides an explanation of what the recipe is for as well as what it can do.
After that, a section will appear before you displaying the recipe together with all of the Jasper Commands.
In the following illustration, I will be using the featured dish from the Jasper “Blog Post.”
Executing your Jasper Recipe is the next step to take. Click the “Run” button that is located in the upper-right hand corner of the recipe.
After you have completed the steps required to execute a Jasper Recipe, the recipe will be instantly saved to your account.
In addition, the Jasper app will generate a completely new document for you, which will already have the Jasper Recipe copied over from the previous document.
It is time to go on to step 3 once you have executed your Jasper Recipe and the recipe has been moved over to the long-form editor as a new document.
3. Replace Recipe Variables
The majority of Jasper recipes will have something that is referred to as variables included in them.
The curly brackets serve as a symbol for each variable in the expression. You can see variables such as “TOPIC,” “OUTLINE ITEM 1,” “OUTLINE ITEM 2,” and so on in the blog post recipe example.
Replace the values of each of these variables with the corresponding components that are appropriate for the kind of material you wish to write about and produce.
It is important to keep in mind that some of these variables will not be able to be filled in until some of the Jasper commands have been executed.
For instance, if you already know the plan that you are going to use for your blog post, you may replace those variables with that outline.
On the other hand, as you can see from the Jasper Command titled “Write a blog outline,” Jasper is able to generate an outline of a blog post for you automatically.
After Jasper has finished creating the outline for your blog post, you will need to modify the variables that are associated with each “OUTLINE ITEM.”
4. Run Jasper Commands
As I indicated earlier, Jasper Recipes are nothing more than collections of predefined Jasper Commands that, when executed in the specified order, make it possible for you to generate AI-based content more quickly than ever before.
Now that you have your desired Jasper Recipe copied over into a new document and you are in the long-form editor, it is time to follow the recipe’s instructions in order by executing the Jasper Commands that it contains. You can do this by pressing the “Copy” button on the long-form editor’s toolbar.
First, make sure that your cursor is at the end of the line, and then run the Jasper Command by using the keyboard shortcut “Cmd + Enter” on a Mac or “Ctrl + Enter” on a Windows computer. This will allow you to execute Jasper Commands.
Taking a step back from the Jasper recipe blog post for a moment, let’s pretend I want to create a blog post about how to expand your business online.
After you have changed all of the variables to reflect the content that you wish to generate, you can start executing the Jasper commands in the sequence that they are listed.
You should have the most of your material created for you by Jasper AI once you have finished running each of the instructions for your Jasper Recipe in the order that they are listed.
It’s time to move on to the fifth phase!
5. Add more content if needed
There is a good probability that you will still need to produce more material after you have executed all of the Jasper Commands for your recipe. This is especially true if you are producing content such as a blog post.
If you want Jasper to continue producing text, all you have to do is position your mouse where you want Jasper to write more and select the “Compose” button.
Alternatively, you may use the keyboard shortcut “Cmd + J” on a Mac, which is equivalent to “Ctrl + J” on a Windows computer.
In order to continue composing material for you, Jasper will examine the past 2,000–3,000 characters you’ve typed and analyse the data it finds.
If you are using the Starter plan, Jasper can only read the last 600 characters. However, if you are utilising Boss Mode, you will have access to a lookback of between 2000 and 3000 characters.
When you have finished generating all of the information that you require, give yourself a pat on the back because you have just finished learning how to properly utilise Jasper Recipes for incredibly rapid artificial intelligence writing!
That’s all there is to it, guys! I really hope that you were able to learn how to master developing AI with Jasper with the aid of this Jasper Recipe lesson, and that now you will be able to start generating material even more quickly than you were before.
Have you tried boosting the pace of your writing with Jasper Recipes? If that’s the case, what do you think of them overall? Is there anything else that the Jasper team could do to improve the quality of the recipes?
Please share your thoughts with me in the section below!
Jasper Recipes FAQs
What is Jasper Recipes?
It is a collection of pre-defined instructions that assists in the drafting of material in the quickest possible manner.
How to use Jasper Recipes?
To utilise a recipe to produce material, just navigate to the left sidebar of Jasper and click on the link labelled “Jasper Recipes,” select a recipe from the list of featured recipes, and then click the “run” button.
Is this feature accessible under the Jasper Starter Plan?
No. Only the Boss Mode Plan, which will set you back $119 per month, gives you access to this feature.
How do I create my own Jasper Recipe?
To generate your own recipes, navigate to the Jasper Recipes section via the sidebar on the left, click the “New Recipe” button, and then follow the instructions in this article to fill in the title, description, and series of commands.
Can I share my Recipe with others?
Yes. You are welcome to give other people access to your Recipes. Simply open the recipe that you would want to share with other Jasper users, and then click the “share” button that is located at the bottom of the screen.
How do I use Jarvis recipe?
Simply log in to your account, navigate to the Recipes tab, and then click the “New Recipe” button. Afterwards, all you need to do is add a title, a description, and the instructions that you wish to execute. In addition to that, you have the choice to enter the URL of an explanatory video from YouTube. After you have finished writing your recipe, you will be given the choice to either keep it private or publish it using a URL that is accessible to the public.
How much does Jasper AI cost?
The Starter plan is now available for just $24 per month rather than $29 per month (paid annually), and the Boss Mode plan is now available for just $49 per month rather than $59 per month (billed yearly).