Writing with AI
Working with AI across Multiple Languages
Subtxt is designed to accommodate a diverse range of linguistic needs, allowing users to interact with it in various languages, including but not limited to French, Spanish, Chinese and Mandarin. Here's a guide to help you navigate language preferences in Subtxt and Subtxt Muse.
For Single Responses in a Different Language
Explicit Request: If you wish for Subtxt to provide a response in a different language (e.g., Mandarin), you must make an explicit request within your query. This involves stating your language preference directly in your communication with Subtxt.
- Example: "Can you explain the Four Throughlines to me in Mandarin?"
For Persistent Language Settings
If you prefer Subtxt to always respond in a specific language (e.g., French), you can configure this preference in your settings.
Accessing Muse Personas: Navigate to your Muse Personas page, which can be found under 'Settings' (the "person" icon in the upper right corner).
Activate Muse Personas: At the top of the Muse Personas page, you'll find an option to turn on Muse Personas. Activate this feature to proceed.
Specifying Language Preference: Under Core (Subtxt or Subtxt Pro), there is a section where you can provide instructions for Subtxt Muse. Here, you should specify your language preference.
- Example Instruction: "No matter what, always answer in French."
- Select the Core Muse Persona: Back on the Muse screen, select Mind and in the dropdown, select Core.
After setting this up, Subtxt will now default to responding in your chosen language throughout all conversations, enhancing your interaction experience.
Subtxt supports a variety of languages, offering you the flexibility to interact in the language you're most comfortable with or wish to use for specific tasks. Whether you're looking for a one-time response in a different language or prefer to set a default language for all interactions. By following the steps outlined above, you can easily tailor your Subtxt experience to your linguistic preferences.