Automattic Launches Jetpack AI Assistant for WordPress to Revolutionize Content Creation

Automattic Launches AI Assistant for WordPress

Jetpack AI Assistant
Jetpack AI Assistant

On Tuesday, Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com and the main contributor to the open-source WordPress project, launched an AI assistant for the popular content management system.

The assistant easily integrates with WordPress.com and all Jetpack-powered sites. It generates text based on natural language prompts and can create structured lists and tables within a blog post. It can also change the tonality of a post and make it more informal, skeptical, humorous, confident, or empathetic. The assistant supports 12 languages and offers better spelling and grammar correction features than WordPress’s built-in tools.

Features of the AI Assistant

  • Integrates with WordPress.com and Jetpack-powered sites
  • Generates text based on natural language prompts
  • Creates structured lists and tables within a blog post
  • Changes the tonality of a post
  • Supports 12 languages, including Spanish, French, Chinese, Korean, and Hindi
  • Offers better spelling and grammar correction features than WordPress’s built-in tools
  • Creates a summary for the post and suggests titles for it

Pricing

For a limited time, Jetpack AI Assistant is free to use for all WordPress.com customers. Jetpack AI Assistant block will let users send 20 requests as a free trial. After that, they have to pay $10 per month to access the feature.

How to Activate AI Assistant in WordPress Editor?

Activate the block with the Inserter or the “/” command shortcut. (If you didn’t know, here’s a fun tip: Hit the “/” button in the post or page editor and type the name of the block you’re looking for. In this case, it would be “AI”.)

Competition in AI-Powered Writing Tools

In the past few months, numerous writing tools have introduced a different set of AI-powered features. Google and Microsoft are both integrating different AI features into their professional application suites — including Microsoft Word and Google Docs. Google introduced Project Tailwind, an AI-powered note-taking experience, at Google I/O last month. Other writing solutions like Grammarly have also introduced AI-aided tools into their apps.

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