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πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈ How to Share a Prompt
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Written by Dean Fankhauser
Updated over a week ago

Introduction to Sharing Prompts

PromptPal is a community driven platform and we encourage our Pro users to contribute by sharing their own prompts. This not only enriches our database, but also fosters a collaborative environment where users can learn from each other.

Steps to Share a Prompt

  1. Log In to Your Pro Account: To share a prompt, you need to be a Pro member of PromptPal. Visit www.promptpal.net and log into your Pro account.

  2. Navigate to Share a Prompt: Once you're logged in, locate and click on the "Share a Prompt" button. This could be found in your account settings, in a drop-down menu, or on a dedicated page.

  3. Create Your Prompt: In the provided space, type your prompt. Make sure it is clear, concise and encourages meaningful interactions with the AI. You may also choose a category for your prompt if that option is available.

  4. Submit Your Prompt: After you have entered your prompt, click on the "Submit" button. Your prompt will be sent for moderation.

Please note that all prompts are checked by our moderators and need to be approved before they are made available to other users. This process ensures the quality and relevance of the prompts on our platform.

Guidelines for Sharing Prompts

While we encourage creativity and diversity in the prompts shared on PromptPal, it's important to maintain a respectful and positive environment. Here are a few guidelines for sharing prompts:

  • Be respectful: All prompts should respect other users and not include offensive or inappropriate content.

  • Be original: Try to share prompts that are unique and haven't been shared before.

  • Be clear: Your prompts should be clear and easy to understand to ensure they can be effectively used with AI.

Thank you for contributing to the PromptPal community. Your shared prompts can help make the AI experience more enriching for everyone.

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