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Chat GPT - Redesign
New home screen with list of all chats
Chat settings screen according to the wizard and users settings
In collaboration with GPT, I realized the importance of creating a quick wizard to add new chats, ensuring its adaptability to different user needs on every occasion
Users made it clear they want a specific tone in their chats, so we set up two steps in the wizard just for that. You get to pick how the chat talks and even the tone for your brand.
Here’s a snippet of the chat between me and ChatGPT discussing this requirement
Controlling the tone-of-voice
If you were a UX designer who needs to think about a new feature for ChatGPT, what would you offer
Customizable Personality and Tone: Allow users to personalize the AI’s personality and tone to better match their preferences, whether it’s professional, friendly, humorous, or other styles.
Can you say more about the Tone-of-voice?
Brand Voice: For businesses or individuals representing a brand, having the AI speak in the brand’s voice is crucial for maintaining consistency in customer interactions. This ensures that the AI’s responses align with the brand’s image, values, and communication style, providing a unified experience across various touchpoints.
A chat with your colleagues sharing the same AI expert and history
Chat settings screen according to wizard and users settings
Add colleagues to a chat
In the chat list, you can find an individual chat with the AI and a group chat with your colleagues. Users have the flexibility to change these settings at any time, allowing them to customize their chat experience. Similar to a WhatsApp group, users can add or remove people according to their preferences
Control chat settings any time
Each chat comes with its distinctive tone of voice, tailored to both the conversational style and the brand’s overall tone. Users have the ability to view and modify this tone at any time according to their preferences