Get A Summary On Anything
When you are running a business or focused on completing a project, it can be difficult to make the time to fully read a document or look into a particular subject. Sometimes it may not be worth your time to put aside hours of your time to look into a particular set data or documents when you only need a basic idea of what it is all about. With the help of Byron Structured tasks, we can analyze and summarize any type of data or document you need and have that information integrated seamlessly into thousands of different tools and services that you currently use on a normal basis. By following these simple steps, you can easily automate this process using the power of real people to get the answers that you need. Here is how you can get started integrating Byron into your workflow.
What Are Structured Tasks?
With Byron’s structured task feature, you can automate almost any type of busy work that requires a human. The feature is designed so that you build out an automated process once then can trigger Byron to do the work at any point in time. Watch the video on how it works.
Step 1: Setup Assistant Instructions
Step 2: Setup Response Fields You Want Back From Byron
Add fields and description on how you want your task completed. Below is an example of how you would set up the fields and instructions.
ASSISTANT FIELD DESCRIPTION
Please type your summary here.
Step 3: Add Data/Tasks
There are two ways that you can send new data/tasks to your Structured Project. You can either upload a CSV file of your variables that you set in Step 1, or you can fire off tasks via Zapier. Below are some popular Zapier integrations that align with this blueprint example.
New RSS Feed Post, have Byron summarize it.
New New York Times Article, have Byron summarize it.
Through Zapier, you can hook up over 1000+ integrations. Need help with setting things up? Chat with our specialist team to help you set up a custom integration.
Output From Byron
If you follow the template above Byron would provide a sample output like:
Wilson’s recent on article on the latest trends occurring in the architectural landscape provided amazing insight into where the future of industrial urban design is heading. He has managed to condense the issues that have been facing recent ambitious building projects and proposed various ways on how they can be solved going forward. The section where he addressed the positive outcomes of a recent building expansion did a wonderful job at highlighting what can be accomplished when a design is executed as planned.