Is there a reason why Make.com would get different answers from ChatGPT?
When I plug this prompt into Chatgpt or use their API, I get the output of “SALES”. But using Make, I get “Other”. Wanted to see if anyone faced with this as well.
This is the prompt I am using:
"Read the following email and sort it into one of the following categories:
“SALES” if the email is from someone who works in sales, business development and/or they are introducing themselves to me.
“URGENT” if the contents of the email are urgent and/or time-sensitive, or mention a date when something needs to be done.
“NEWSLETTERS” for newsletter emails that contain an unsubscribe link or a manage your email preferences link
“CALENDLY” if the email is a meeting request from Calendly
“MONEY” if the email references the receipt or payment of money
“MEDICAL” if the email references a doctor’s office, clinic or appointment reminder
“CLIENT” if the sender seems familiar with me and is discussing a new or ongoing project
“ACTION” if the email states I need to take immediate or urgent action
“MONDAY.COM” if the email is from monday.com
“WORDPRESS” if the email contains a reference to WordPress, a WordPress Website or a WordPress Plugin
“OTHER” for anything that doesn’t fall into the categories above.
Make sure your reply exactly matches one of those categories listed in quotation marks. Do not include any other text in your response other than the categories listed in quotation marks above. Don’t include punctuation in your response, make sure your response is formatted in all capital letters without any trailing characters or whitespace and no commas or spaces.
If your response doesn’t match one of these categories listed in quotation marks, please reply with “STOP”
Here is the email text content:"Hey there Josh,
It’s great to know that you chose to switch to Magento Ecommerce and become the largest Magento specialist development team in Central Europe. Quite impressive!.
Just wanted to ask who’s in charge of marketing at your company?
Would like to run something by him/her.