After you sign in to Gemma for the first time, you will run through a series of questions as part of the onboarding. These simple, quick questions will help Gemma get to know you right from the start, and will give her an idea of how she can help and provide you with the right answers.
What should I call you?
Set how you would like Gemma to address you in your conversations with her.
What type of work do you do?
Gemma wants to know more about what you do. This is a simple, yet important question that will teach Gemma how she can best help you. There are many ways to use Gemma, so it will help to specify one field to make your conversations with her feel more focused and relevant.
Simply select one of the options in the list and enter your job title, which will also help Gemma understand your role better.
Tell me about some of your interests?
Select one or more categories from the list to define what you are looking to achieve and the types of tasks that you would like Gemma to help you with.
Did you get a promotion and have new responsibilities? Don’t worry we’ve got you covered! You can update your Profile settings at any time. Look for the Profile option in the dropdown menu at the top right of Gemma to access your profile settings. There will be information about you that Gemma collected from your initial onboarding, as well as some additional sections that you can use to make Gemma work even more effectively for you.
Update how you would like Gemma to address you in conversations with her.
Gemma will remember and acknowledge your role in conversations.
Update your field to make your conversations with Gemma feel focused and relevant.
Who do you work for
Let Gemma know who you work for and she will know to keep your company branding, tone, and goals in mind.
What should Gemma know about you for tailored responses?
You can provide Gemma with a lot more information on what you like. You can be very specific with things like tone of voice, keywords and messaging, your target audience, and even your preferred colors! You can mold Gemma even more to work for you and make her even more flexible for your needs.
An example of this can look like:
“My preferred writing tone is more casual, less formal. I like to use emoji’s and my main marketing channels are typically through email and Slack.”
Choose your interests
Update your selection by selecting or deselecting the categories in the list to define what you are looking to achieve and the types of tasks that you would like Gemma to help you with.
Once you have finished updating your profile, click the “Save Changes” button to confirm.