LinkedIn Post Summary Using ChatGPT (2 Examples)
Therefore, in this tutorial, we will demonstrate how to use ChatGPT to summarize LinkedIn posts.
Here is an overview:
Let’s get right into the discussion!
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We could have used ChatGPT to create the post, but we preferred to use human-generated data for this tutorial. Let us now demonstrate how to summarize the LinkedIn post using ChatGPT.
In this first example, we will use a prompting technique called few-shot prompting to summarize the LinkedIn post.
First, we have to copy and paste the LinkedIn post to the ChatGPT prompt. Next, we have to add our summary instructions at the bottom of the prompt. In our example, we use the instruction below.
Summarize the LinkedIn post above as one paragraph. Return two different summaries of the post. Follow the pattern below:
Summary 1: [text]
Summary 2: [text]
Using few-shot prompting, a technique where you give a large language model more than one guidance example, we were able to get ChatGPT to return two different summaries of the LinkedIn post.
In the next example, we will use another technique known as zero-shot prompting to summarize the LinkedIn post.
Zero-shot prompting, as the name suggests, is a technique where you do not give a large language model any example to guide its response. You only just give it an instruction to follow.
Let us see that at work in this next example.
Prompt: “Summarize the LinkedIn post above as one paragraph. Make sure to capture the main points in the post in your summary”
As you can see, ChatGPT has summarized the LinkedIn post following the instruction we passed to it. You can always tweak and run several iterations of the prompt if you are not satisfied with the output.
Video, Further Resources & Summary
Do you need more explanations on how to summarize LinkedIn posts using ChatGPT? Then you should have a look at the following YouTube video of the Statistics Globe YouTube channel.
In the video, we explain how to summarize LinkedIn posts using ChatGPT.
The YouTube video will be added soon.
Furthermore, you could have a look at some of the other interesting ChatGPT-based tutorials on Statistics Globe:
- Best ChatGPT Prompts (7 Examples)
- Best ChatGPT Prompts for Writing A Resume (4 Examples)
- Best ChatGPT Prompts for Writing A Cover Letter (5 Examples)
- Best ChatGPT Prompts for Marketing (5 Examples)
- How to Use ChatGPT for Coding (Examples)
- Introduction to Python Programming
This post has shown how to summarize LinkedIn posts using ChatGPT. There are other text summarization use cases of ChatGPT that we will explore in this series. So, be sure to keep an eye out for them on this website.
I hope you enjoyed reading this tutorial! In case you have further questions, you may leave a comment below.
This page was created in collaboration with Ifeanyi Idiaye. You might check out Ifeanyi’s personal author page to read more about his academic background and the other articles he has written for the Statistics Globe website.