Content AI – Managing Your Content

Where To Find And Organise All Of Your AI Generated Content

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Hi, I’m Allie, our AI-powered, training personality.

With all of the Ai features available within Web Geeks marketing platform. It would be a good idea to have a place where you can see all of the content you have created, so you have a better idea of how your company is utilising this service. Today we are going to have a look at that area.

Let’s get started!

To find your content AI manager, you need to navigate on over to automation in the left-hand sidebar. From here, you will find the Content AI tab, lets click on that.

At the top of this page, you can order your content into image or text. Then underneath this, you will see your stats for the usage of this system. You will find the total amount of words generated, the amount of variations of content you have created and a count of how many words on average, you are generating per day.

Underneath this, we can see that the content can be organised into the area the content was generated from. As our platform allows the use of AI for many different features, it can be very helpful to know what content comes from where. After all, an email is very different from a social post.

If you scroll down the page, you will see the various content generated, how many variations were generated during that use, how many words were generated and what section it came from. At the end of the row there is also a link so you can go to that post within the platform.

We are also able to open up any one of these posts and see the content using the “view more” button. This can help you to keep a track on your content, and make sure it is the right message for your business.

And that’s it, we hope you take time to use this feature and that you are able to teach new team members about the type of content you would like in your posts as they learn from previous examples.