ChatGPT Prompt Engineering – How to Build a Strong “Sequence Prompt”

ChatGPT Prompt Engineering is a crucial area in tech that involves designing and creating AI prompts to enhance user experience. 

One type of prompt is the ChatGPT Sequence Prompt, which provides users with options to improve a text by generating a table of 10 suggestions.

A human touch is still needed for effective prompts. The sequence prompt can save time and structure tasks by offering potential changes that can be easily implemented.

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What is ChatGPT Prompt Engineering?

Prompt engineering involves designing and creating AI prompts to guide user interactions and improve experience. As chatbots and virtual assistants grow in popularity, prompt engineering has become a crucial area in tech. 

Leading companies, such as Microsoft and Google, are investing in the field to stay ahead of the curve. Automation has made some aspects of prompt engineering easier, but a human touch is still needed to create effective prompts. 

As AI continues to shape human-computer interaction, expect prompt engineering to play an increasingly important role.


What is a ChatGPT Sequence Prompt?

A ChatGPT sequence prompt is a type of prompt that provides users with a range of options to consider when making changes or improvements to a text. 

A sequence prompt is an incredibly useful tool for making modifications to a text. For example, when considering a piece of writing like a poem, a sequence prompt can help the user identify possible changes to make, such as adding imagery, changing the rhythm, or shortening the piece. 

It is also beneficial to writers looking to edit their texts, as it can flag any inconsistencies or areas that need further explanation.

The flexibility of a sequence prompt also makes it useful for a variety of other applications. For instance, it can provide suggestions for a particular piece of advice. It can also generate ideas for a project or offer advice for a difficult decision.

Overall, a ChatGPT sequence prompt is a powerful tool for improving texts, finding solutions, and offering helpful advice. It can save time by offering an array of potential improvements that can be implemented with one click. Sequence prompts can help give structure to a task, making it easier to identify what changes need to be made and then take action. It’s an invaluable tool for writers, advice givers, and anyone looking to make quick changes to a text.


ChatGPT Prompt Engineering Example

Today I’m going to show you how to use the sequence prompt to boost your productivity, a chatbot script designed to generate a table of 10 proposed improvements, and log the changes that were made. With this prompt we can quickly come up with compelling and effective changes to improve a text. So let’s take a closer look so you can see how it works:

The Prompt:

[INSTRUCTIONS] I have a {text} I would like to make changes to. Generate a table of 10 different suggestions of improvements that could be related to the {text} with numbers in the left column of the table for me to pick from. After the table, ask the question “What improvements would you like to make to the {text}? Pick one from the table above” below the table. Acknowledge with “…” if you understand the task, don’t create a table yet.

text = ex: 

Also add a log of the change column. Execute the INSTRUCTIONS in a table format: 

“your number pick” , and implement the improvement. 

Include a summary of the improvement in the log of changes column in the table:

Step 1: Break down the prompt. 

You can see here we have instructions in brackets and a text in curly brackets. The instructions are so we can type and execute the instruction later on in the prompt. The prompt will generate a table of 10 different suggestions of improvements related to the text with numbers in the left column of the table for the user to choose from.

Step 2: Create the table. 

Once you have typed in the text you would like to change, the script will generate a table of 10 proposed changes to the text that are related to it, which you can select from. For example, when I input a text about The Matrix, the table might suggest to clarify the relationship between free will and fate in the text, add more context about The Matrix Trilogy, expand on the role of the Oracle, address any inconsistencies in the narrative, use a more formal tone, and so on.


Step 3: Ask the question. 

After the table, the script will generate the question “What improvements would you like to make to the text? Pick one from the table above.” This will prompt the user to pick a suggested change from the table to implement.

Step 4: Add to the log of changes column.

After the user has chosen which improvement to make to the text, they should add a summary of the improvement to the log of changes column in the table. This will keep a record of what changes have been made to the text.

Step 5: Implement the change. 

After adding to the log of changes column, the script will execute the instructions in the table format. The user can then see the change that was made to the text. For example, if a user selected improvement number three from the table, they will see the text has been changed to include additional context about The Matrix Trilogy.

Step 6: Repeat the process. 

To keep improving the text, you can go back to step 3 and pick another improvement to make, and repeat the process until the text has reached its desired level of improvement.

That’s it – you now know how to use the sequence prompt! Now all you need to do is input a text to change, generate a table, pick an improvement and log the changes. With the sequence prompt, you can quickly and easily come up with compelling changes to improve a text, so give it a try today!



In conclusion, ChatGPT Prompt Engineering is a crucial area of tech, with leading companies such as Microsoft and Google investing in it to stay ahead. 

The ChatGPT Sequence Prompt is one such tool, providing users with a range of options to consider when making changes to a text. 

This powerful tool can save time, provide structure to tasks, and help writers, advice givers, and anyone looking to make quick changes to a text. 

With the ability to generate tables of 10 suggested improvements, and keep a log of changes made, the ChatGPT Sequence Prompt is an invaluable tool for those looking to improve their writing or find solutions to problems.


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  2. For some reason when I use the prompt it doesnt generator a table like you show..I even tried directly Copy/paste to make sure I am not making any errors.

  3. After about 2700 characters of text chatgpt starts to respond with either “I am a language model and can’t generate tables”, or just summarizes the text. Any chance you have an idea how to circumvent that limit?

    • Also interestingly enough chatgpt never seems to remember it’s own table and halucinates a different suggestion. For instance in the table number 5 was “Include more about the creation of the underworld” and after i wrote “5 , and implement the improvement to the text” it answered with improvement number 5 is “Include a summary of…”

      Another thing I notices is that ChatGPT cuts of its answer after a while. Is there a way to have ChatGPT only answer with the changed parts?

      PS: already a useful prompt like this, so thank you very much for the work!

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    • Hello 🙂 yes, i have sent you an e-mail with info on how to write a story with ChatGPT, some prompts, how to use Midjourney scripts and info about how to improve your Prompt Engineering skills 🙂

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        Uhm… I have a problem to solve:
        Make the logic of the structure of prompts to make the bot respond in a storytelling format, build a plot around interaction with the user and provide user with suggested prompts to expand on the story.

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