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TILNOTE is a progressive tool designed to streamline information retrieval from a user's personal notes. This innovative system offers a robust solution for those who frequently juggle numerous tasks and need a quick and efficient way to answer their own queries. By simply asking a question, TILNOTE delves into your saved notes, retrieving pertinent data to provide a succinct answer. The tool's functionality extends beyond just retrieving information; it also allows users to write, save, and embed notes for future use. With a unique URL for each note, finding specific data becomes a breeze. The tool's unique filter metadata feature elevates its usability, allowing users to search using a page_id or page_title. TILNOTE is more than just a note-taking tool; it's an intelligent solution for information management, making it an indispensable asset for individuals and businesses alike.




Example Prompts


"Can you find me information on the history of the Eiffel Tower?"


"What is the best way to make homemade pasta?"


"How can I improve my time management skills?"


"What are some healthy meal prep ideas?"


"Can you recommend a good book on leadership?"


"What are the top tourist attractions in Tokyo?"


"How do I troubleshoot my laptop's battery issues?"


"What are some effective ways to reduce stress?"


"Can you suggest some beginner-friendly yoga poses?"


"What are the benefits of meditation?"

Description for AI

Use the tool to answer a user's questions by retrieving relevant information from the user's notes. Use it whenever the user asks something that might be found in their notes. When the user asks questions, search for relevant information and provide your answer using the retrieved data as context. Do provide your own answer as helpful as possible. If you want to mention the content of the notes, be concise and summarize it. Avoid verbatim repetition. If you want to mention a note link, the URL, which should be, must have a source_id. Let users know they can write a note and embed it at, if they don't know how to use the tool. If the user provides a page_id (mongodb id,{page_id}, or{page_id}) or page_title, use it in the query as filter metadata.

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