What should I put for tone of voice?
Some templates allow you to augment the tone of voice for the output you're generating.
You might be thinking, "which tones of voice has the AI been programmed in?" The answer is that it can understand almost anything you can throw at it. There is no pre-defined list, so you can try anything you want.
Jarvis follows patterns
Remember that Jarvis loves following patterns. So if you're writing funny content using short, choppy sentences and hit Compose, Jarvis will be likely to match the style and tone of your content and continue writing funny content in short, choppy sentences.
Using tone of voice inside a document
You can also describe the tone of voice you want in the content brief.
For example, you could put in the content brief section, "Write a marketing email using Jerry Seinfeld as the tone of voice."
Or in Boss Mode, include the tone of voice in the command like this, "Write a few headlines about the above that sound like Russell Brunson."
There is no pre-programmed list of tones that Jarvis knows, so feel free to test and try lots of ideas. But if you want a list of ideas to get started, you can always use our list of tone ideas below:
Helpful Tips ✨
- Try only using one word.
- i.e., Don't say "funny and sarcastic". Just say "funny" or say "sarcastic".
- Also, try to write your input in the tone of voice you want Jarvis to output in.
- Try this list of adjectives we've used to change the tone of voice:
- You can also input people or characters' names into the tone of voice, and Jarvis will try to match it.
- Optimus Prime
- Gary Vaynerchuck
- Tony Robbins
- Tony Stark