ChatGPT 4o Explained: From Basics to Advanced

Discover three key strategies that less than 5% of users are currently implementing, which can revolutionize the way you interact with ChatGPT 4o

Happy Saturday! This is Ryan Staley of Whale Boss where I share the latest weekly insights, prompts, and workflows to unleash the power of AI! 🔥

Here’s what we got for you this week:

  • 🤖ChatGPT 4o Explained: From Basics to Advanced

  • 🛠️Prompt SLAM!

  • 🎧Weekly Podcast Updates 

  • 🤩How to Innovate Like Steve Jobs (Copy & Paste the Prompt)

  • 😮AI is getting very popular among students and teachers, very quickly

  • 🤖LinkedIn expands its AI job-hunting features for Premium subscribers

  • 😎Microsoft’s all-knowing Recall AI feature is being delayed

  • 🌟Yahoo resurrects Artifact inside a new AI-powered News app

  • 🚀After the Yahoo News app revamp, Yahoo preps AI summaries on homepage, too

Here are some incredible insights on how to harness the full potential of ChatGPT 4o, taking its usage from beginner level all the way to expert with simple yet effective techniques.

There are three key strategies that less than 5% of users are currently implementing, which can revolutionize the way you interact with ChatGPT 4o.

Key Takeaways:

1. Personalization is paramount: Customizing ChatGPT 4o's instructions according to your needs and preferences can transform generic prompts into deeply tailored responses. It's all about understanding how to harness the power of customization!

2. The magic of iterative prompting: I delved into the concept of going from broad to narrow, and then even deeper, to obtain impeccable responses. This technique can be a game-changer in extracting top-notch outputs from generative AI solutions.

3. Leveraging frameworks for innovation: Investigating frameworks from influential individuals or niche markets can be a goldmine for content creation and generating ideas. This can significantly amplify the quality and creativity of the AI-generated solutions.

Watch the full video on YT and copy and paste the custom instructions on ChatGPT.

🛠️Unleash Your AI Power: Prompts SLAM!


"List three compelling reasons our customers should buy [product or service]"


Business Metrics

"What are the most important metrics to measure the success of our business?"


"List 10 keywords people might use when searching for our [product]."


Social Media

"Create a three-month social media campaign calendar for our product to [insert goal] and mention the channels we should focus on.”

🙌This week's podcast episodes...

Quantifying ROI for AI-Powered Email: How to Save 4+ Hours a Week | Andrew Johnston Part 1

Andrew discusses strategies for growing B2C and B2B businesses, highlighting the key factors that contribute to Superhuman’s success.

Ryan speaks with Andrew Johnston the head of sales at Superhuman for a second time, to explore the landscape of AI tools. Andrew shares his unique perspective on what makes an investable AI company, the importance of seamless integration and workflow, and the future of AI.

🤩How to Innovate Like Steve Jobs

Unlock the secrets of innovation and think like one of the greatest minds. To see the full prompt and start innovating, head over to my LinkedIn post and join the conversation. Let's create something extraordinary together!

Sneak Peek of the Prompt: I want you to Act like Steve Jobs and help me innovate a new product on {INSERT PRODUCT IDEA}. Your job is to create the following...."

Don’t forget to follow me on LinkedIn for more updates and valuable content!

Rising Adoption: The use of AI, particularly ChatGPT, among K-12 students and teachers has surged, with almost half using it weekly. Approval rates have increased significantly over the past year.

Image: CNBC

Positive Perception: A majority of students and parents hold favorable views on AI chatbots, with 70% of K-12 students and 68% of parents supporting their use in education.

Equity and Accessibility: AI adoption is higher among minority groups, with Black and Hispanic students and parents using AI tools more frequently for educational purposes, indicating potential for bridging educational gaps.

Image: LinkedIn

LinkedIn is launching new AI-powered tools to help users find jobs, customize resumes, and get advice from AI chatbots, exclusively for Premium subscribers.

Key features include:

  • Job Search with Natural Language: Users can search for jobs using prompts in natural language, such as “find me a remote marketing job in Detroit that pays at least $110,000.”

  • Personalized Resume and Cover Letter Assistance: LinkedIn can review resumes, provide personalized improvement suggestions, and assist in creating cover letters from scratch with AI.

  • AI Personas for Expert Advice: LinkedIn is piloting AI personas of experts to offer personalized insights on business topics.

Additionally, LinkedIn plans to enhance its platform’s search capabilities with generative AI in the coming weeks.

Microsoft will launch its new Copilot Plus PCs next week without the controversial Recall feature, which screenshots user activity.

The company is delaying Recall to test it with the Windows Insider program, aiming to ensure quality and security. Recall, originally an opt-in feature, faced criticism over privacy concerns, leading Microsoft to commit to security improvements.

Image: Microsoft

Recall captures and stores local snapshots of user activity, allowing searchable timelines. Despite the delay, Microsoft emphasizes its commitment to security, integrating cybersecurity into employee performance reviews.

Yahoo has launched a personalized news app using technology from the acquired Artifact app, available on iOS and Android.

The app offers an AI-powered news feed based on user interests, bullet summaries of articles (Key Takeaways), and the ability to block undesired keywords and publishers. Features include flagging and improving clickbait headlines, sharing article excerpts with friends, and earning badges for heavy reading.

Yahoo acquired Artifact in April, saving it from closure, and integrated its architecture into the new app, although not all social features of Artifact are included.

Yahoo has launched AI-powered features for Yahoo Mail, including a Priority Inbox and email summaries, and introduced an AI-powered Yahoo News app using technology from its acquisition of Artifact.

Yahoo is testing AI summaries on its newly redesigned Yahoo News website, allowing users to quickly catch up on news. This feature is currently in a limited trial phase on a small percentage of article pages.

Future AI Plans: Yahoo plans to expand its use of AI across its web properties, leveraging its partnership with OpenAI for its mobile app. The company aims to rejuvenate its older web products and services with AI enhancements.

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