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Are you looking to write content to grow your business but just don’t have the time?

Jarvis Boss Mode is the latest tool added to Jarvis that will allow you to write twice as much content in half the time using the power of AI (Artificial Intelligence).

Activating Jarvis Boss Mode allows you to take control of Jarvis AI and tell Jarvis exactly what you would like the AI to write by unlocking Jarvis Commands.

Jarvis Commands aren’t the only benefit that Jarvis Boss Mode unlocks. There are several more benefits you will get by activating Boss Mode which I will go over.

Jarvis has officially become my favorite blog post assistant to help me crank out blog posts at a lightning-fast pace. The best part is that Jarvis costs a LOT less than hiring an actual VA (Virtual Assistant) or a professional copywriter.

If you’re new to Jarvis and want to learn all about Jarvis AI including who it’s a good fit for, make sure to check out my full Jarvis review.

I also wrote a very easy-to-follow tutorial teaching you exactly how to write epic blog posts with Jarvis which is WAY easier to do when you’re using Boss Mode.

This blog post will teach you how to use Jarvis Boss Mode like a boss so you can use Jarvis Commands to create great content for your website, social media channels, or any other project.

Are you ready to take control of Jarvis? Let’s get right into it!

How to Use Jarvis Boss Mode Tutorial

Use the Jarvis Boss Mode tutorial guide below to jump around as you need.

What is Jarvis Boss Mode?

Jarvis Boss Mode is the most powerful plan offered by the team over at Jarvis.ai which allows you to become the boss of Jarvis and turn Jarvis into your personal copywriting assistant.

Activating Boss Mode unlocks the ability to use Jarvis Commands which allows you to write commands directly in the editor which Jarvis will read and then produce high-quality content within seconds.

Imagine being able to write a Jarvis command (or use a voice command) such as “Write an intro paragraph for this blog post,” and watching as Jarvis reads your command and produces AI content before your eyes.

With Jarvis Boss Mode, you no longer have to imagine that scenario – it’s now a reality.

No more needing to use Jarvis Power Mode to switch back and forth between Jarvis templates while you copy and paste multiple sections over and over.

The amount of time saved using Jarvis Boss Mode versus the Pro Unlimited plan is easily worth the extra $10/month that Boss Mode costs. It’s a no-brainer!

What features does Jarvis Boss Mode provide?

Jarvis Boss Mode gives you even more premium features compared to the Jarvis Pro plan.

Let’s go over all the features that Jarvis Boss Mode provides.

1. Extended Lookback

With Boss Mode, Jarvis can now read even more of your content before he starts writing.

Before Boss Mode, Jarvis could only read the previous 600 characters of your text when using the Pro plan.

Now, with Boss Mode, Jarvis can read the previous 2000-3000 characters of your text before generating new AI output.

What benefits does extended lookback provide?

  1. Jarvis will repeat himself less (which is more likely to occur when only using the Pro plan).
  2. Jarvis will create much more relevant content since he can read 4-5x more content ahead of time.
  3. You will be able to write faster because you’ll get higher quality content that doesn’t repeat itself meaning you’ll spend less time making human edits and more time letting Jarvis produce content for you.

2. Unlocked Compose Button

The next feature that Jarvis Boss Mode provides is an unlocked compose button.

What does this mean?

This means that you have unlimited runs of Jarvis producing output.

Before Boss Mode, you had to make human edits and write some words yourself every single time after you hit the Jarvis compose button which slowed down the process quite a bit.

Now, with Boss Mode, you can continually hit the “Compose” button as many times as you like, running it over and over.

No more need to make human edits in between every single run.

This way, you can have Jarvis produce as much output as you would like and then go back through and make human edits as you’d like which will significantly increase your writing efficiency.

3. Jarvis Commands

Easily the most powerful feature that Boss Mode unlocks is the ability to use Jarvis Commands.

I like to think of Jarvis Commands as being similar to “Hey Google,” “Hey Siri,” or “Hey Alexa” except you get to tell Jarvis what you want the AI to write.

For example, say you want to write a blog post about how technology is changing the world.

You could open the long-form assistant template and type a Jarvis Command that says, “Write an intro paragraph about how technology is changing the world.

After running the command by using the keyboard shortcut Cmd + Enter on Mac or Ctrl + Enter. on Windows, you’ll see Jarvis turn your command into an excellent intro paragraph about how tech is changing the world for your blog post.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

You can use Jarvis Commands to have Jarvis help you write an entire blog post in no time at all.

You can use a Jarvis Command to generate a blog post intro paragraph, outline, conclusion paragraph, and all of your main content.

In fact, I wrote an entire detailed tutorial teaching you how to write epic blog posts with Jarvis that will show you step-by-step how I create blog posts quickly with Jarvis AI.

Blog posts aren’t the only thing you can write with Boss Mode. You can write marketing emails for an email sequence, long-form ad copy, and even entire books!

How much does Jarvis Boss Mode cost?

Jarvis Boss Mode costs $119/mo and includes unlimited words generated each month. You also unlock the ability to run Jarvis Commands.

Boss Mode is the most premium Jarvis AI plan that offers the most amount of features. The other two plans are the Starter plan and the Pro plan.

Jarvis AI Pricing Monthly Plans

Let’s quickly go over what each Jarvis pricing plan offers:

  • Starter – The Jarvis Starter plan is $29/mo and includes 20,000 words generated each month. You get access to 50+ short-form copywriting templates, but you do not get access to the long-form assistant where you can write blog posts and other long-form content.
  • Pro – The Jarvis Pro plan is $109/mo and includes unlimited words. You get access to 50+ short-form copywriting templates PLUS you get access to the long-form assistant where you can write blog posts and other long-form content.
  • Boss Mode – The Jarvis Boss Mode plan is $119/mo and includes unlimited words. You get access to 50+ short-form copywriting templates PLUS you get access to the long-form assistant where you can write blog posts and other long-form content. On top of the Pro plan, you get 2000-3000 character lookback, unlimited runs of the Jarvis compose button, and you unlock the ability to use Jarvis Commands. For only $10 more per month than the Pro plan, this is by far the best Jarvis deal for the money.

How to Use Jarvis Boss Mode

Now let’s get into how to use Jarvis Boss Mode. I’ll teach you step-by-step how to go from a complete Jarvis beginner to cranking out blog posts and other long-form content with Boss Mode in no time.

If you haven’t already, you’ll need to activate Boss Mode on your account in order to gain access to all the features it offers.

1. Open Long-Form Assistant

First and foremost, click on “Templates” on the left sidebar of the Jarvis app and choose the “Long-form assistant” template.

How to Use Jarvis Boss Mode Open Long-Form Assistant

2. Create a New Document

After you have chosen the “Long-form assistant” template, the next step is to create a new document.

You’ll be presented with a screen that gives you two options:

  1. Start from scratch – Get help writing any type of content using Jarvis AI templates and Jarvis Command.
  2. Blog post workflow – Get help writing blog posts from start to finish.
Jarvis Create a New Document Start From Scratch or Blog Post Workflow

If you start from scratch, you’ll be thrown right into the long-form assistant editor and be able to start writing right away.

If you choose blog post workflow, you’ll be presented with some sections to fill out to start your blog post template which will then get automatically filled into the editor once you’re done setting it up.

For this Jarvis Boss Mode tutorial, I’m going to choose “Start from scratch.”

If you want to learn how to write amazing blog posts that rank on Google using Boss Mode, check out my Jarvis blog post tutorial which will guide you step-by-step through the process.

3. Provide Jarvis With Context

Now that we’ve created a new document, the next step is to provide Jarvis with context about what you’re writing.

This step is very important because the quality of the input that you give Jarvis determines the quality of the AI output that Jarvis generates.

In the sidebar on the left-hand side of your long-form editor, you’ll want to fill out each of the sections to let Jarvis know what you’re writing about.

Jarvis Boss Mode Tutorial Provide Jarvis With Context

BUT WAIT! When you’re the boss of Jarvis using Boss Mode, you have the ability to tell Jarvis to create info to plug into each of these sections.

Let’s go over each of the sections in the long-form editor sidebar and what they mean:

  • Title – This is the name of your document.
  • Content description/brief – This is where you tell Jarvis what you’re writing about. You have 600 characters to use here, so make them count.
  • Keywords – This is mainly used if you have your Jarvis account integrated with Surfer SEO in order to write better SEO-optimized content. You can specify up to 3 keywords that Jarvis will try to use more often when he’s writing which helps with SEO. The keywords section is completely optional.
  • Output length – Choose which output length you would like Jarvis to use when he generates AI content. You have three options: Shorter, Medium, and Longer.

So, how can we use Boss Mode to have Jarvis create content for these sections? I’ll teach you.

Introducing… JARVIS COMMANDS!

If you aren’t familiar with Jarvis Commands, I go into a lot more detail about what they are and how to use them in the Jarvis Commands section later in the post, but they’re essentially a way to tell Jarvis what you want him to write.

Say, for example, that you want to write a blog post about how to make money online with artificial intelligence and you need a blog post title.

Well, you can write a Jarvis Command directly in the long-form editor and tell Jarvis to come up with some blog post titles.

Example Jarvis Command to create blog post titles: Write some blog post titles about [topic].

So, if your topic is “how to make money online with artificial intelligence,” you would write this line in your editor: Write some blog post titles about how to make money online with artificial intelligence.

Then, make sure your cursor is at the end of the Jarvis Command and run the command by using the shortcut Cmd + Enter on Mac or Ctrl + Enter on Windows.

NOTE: The keyboard shortcut to run a Jarvis Command and the keyboard shortcut for the Jarvis “Compose” button are different. To run a Jarvis Command, your cursor must be at the end of the command and you can run the Jarvis Command with Cmd + Enter on Mac or Ctrl + Enter on Windows. In order to run the “Compose” button, the shortcut is Cmd + J on Mac or Ctrl + J on Windows.

Within seconds, Jarvis will read your command and generate blog post titles directly in your editor.

Once you have a blog post title you like, simply copy and paste that into the “Title” section in the left-hand sidebar.

Next, you can easily have Jarvis create a content description or brief for you as well by using a Jarvis Command.

Example Jarvis Command to create a content brief: Write a content brief about [topic].

Write out the Jarvis Command with your topic filled in and run the Jarvis Command.

Jarvis will generate a content brief for you which you can then copy and paste into the “Content description/brief” section in the sidebar.

Last, if you want to use any keywords for SEO purposes as explained earlier in the section, then feel free to fill in up to 3 keywords that you want Jarvis to focus on when generating AI content.

Keywords are optional and you don’t need to use them, but they’re especially helpful if using the Surfer SEO integration with Jarvis to create SEO-optimized content.

Jarvis AI Blog Post Template Title Content Description Keywords Output Length

One last note before we move on. Do you see the on/off toggles above each of the sections in the sidebar?

If these toggles are on, it means that Jarvis can read that content and will take that content into consideration when generating AI content.

If you switch the toggle off, then Jarvis will not be able to read that content and he won’t take that into account when generating content.

This can be especially helpful if you want to leave out certain pieces during your writing.

Now that you have given Jarvis all the context you need to create your long-form content, it’s time to move onto the next step!

4. Generate a Content Outline

Whatever content you are creating with Jarvis Boss Mode – a blog post, a video script, a creative story, or even a book – it’s always good to start with a content outline.

Using an outline effectively can help you create diverse sections to focus on and will also help guide Jarvis in the right direction later when we generate the main content.

Since we’re using Boss Mode, this step is also extremely easy to complete with one simple Jarvis Command.

Here are some examples of Jarvis Commands to write an outline depending on the content you want to create:

  • Write a blog outline for a blog post titled [title].
  • Write a video script outline for a video titled .
  • Write a listicle outline for [the best ways to lose weight].

It’s really as simple as that! Run your command with Cmd + Enter and you’ll see your personal copywriting assistant, Jarvis, whip an outline up in seconds.

If you want, you can then highlight your outline headings and turn them into “H2” elements with the built-in text styling options.

Jarvis AI Text Styling H2 Heading Element

You can also write the title of your document at the very top of your editor and turn it into an “H1” element.

This won’t affect anything as far as Jarvis goes. It’s simply a way for you as the user to better see your headings and break your content into sections.

Say you’re creating a blog post with Jarvis Boss Mode. If you’ve been following along with each step, your long-form editor should look something like this so far:

[Blog post title created by Jarvis] 

Blog Post Heading 1

Blog Post Heading 2

Blog Post Heading 3

...

5. Generate Intro Paragraph

Whether you’re using Boss Mode to write a blog post, video script, book, or a marketing email, all of these pieces of content deserve an excellent intro, right?

With Boss Mode, intro paragraphs are beyond easy to create with one simple Jarvis command.

Assuming that you have the title of your document at the very top, you can write the following Jarvis Command below it and run it.

Example Jarvis Command to create an intro paragraph: Write an intro paragraph for the title above.

So, your long-form editor would look like this with the added Jarvis Command for an intro paragraph:

[Blog post title created by Jarvis] 

Write an intro paragraph for the title above.

Blog Post Heading 1

Blog Post Heading 2

Blog Post Heading 3

...

Run the Jarvis Command and Jarvis will create a compelling intro paragraph for you.

Time to move onto the next step!

6. Generate Conclusion Paragraph

Similar to the intro paragraph, Jarvis can also easily create a conclusion paragraph for your content as well.

Using a conclusion paragraph is especially helpful when writing a blog post, but a good conclusion can help wrap up a video script, a book, or even an email.

As you have probably guessed, Jarvis can create a conclusion paragraph with one simple Jarvis Command.

Example Jarvis Command to write a conclusion paragraph: Write a conclusion paragraph for the content above.

Your Jarvis document editor would now look like this:

[Blog post title created by Jarvis] 

[Intro paragraph created by Jarvis]

Blog Post Heading 1

Blog Post Heading 2

Blog Post Heading 3

...

Write a conclusion paragraph for the content above.

Run the Jarvis Command and voila! Jarvis will wrap up your content with a nicely written conclusion paragraph.

Now, you’re probably wondering, why are we creating a conclusion paragraph before writing all of the main content?

Good question, but there’s a reason for this.

Keep in mind that with Jarvis Boss Mode, you get a 2000-3000 character lookback which is quite an upgrade from the Pro plan which only gives you a 600 character lookback.

Since Jarvis can read a lot more of your content, I have found that Jarvis generates a better conclusion paragraph when he can read the document title, the intro paragraph, and your document outline which gives him more context about your content.

If you wrote all the main content of your document already, Jarvis would only be able to read the last 2000 characters and wouldn’t produce as good of a conclusion paragraph.

Although, if you have already written over 2000-3000 characters in your editor, don’t worry!

We can also add a fantastic conclusion paragraph by using the “Blog Post Conclusion Paragraph” Jarvis template after activating Power Mode.

How to Create a Blog Post Conclusion Paragraph With Jarvis AI Power Mode
  1. Activate Jarvis Power Mode
  2. Choose the “Blog Post Conclusion Paragraph” template
  3. Enter the main points or outline of your blog post
  4. Enter the “Call to action”
  5. Enter the “Tone of voice” you want to use
  6. Generate AI content

Time to move onto the last step where you’ll learn how to use Jarvis Boss Mode to generate the main AI content for your document. Let’s do this!

7. Generate Main Content

At this point, you have created a new document, provided Jarvis with context about the content you want to create, generated a content outline, and also generated your intro and conclusion paragraph all using Jarvis Boss Mode.

Now it’s time to generate the main content!

We can use even more Jarvis Commands to start generating the main content of your document.

For example, if you’re creating a blog post with Jarvis Boss Mode, you can add the following highlighted lines to your long-form editor:

[Blog post title created by Jarvis] 

[Intro paragraph created by Jarvis]

Blog Post Heading 1

Write a paragraph for the heading above.

***

Blog Post Heading 2

Write a paragraph for the heading above.

***

Blog Post Heading 3

Write a paragraph for the heading above.

...

[Conclusion paragraph created by Jarvis]

Let’s go into a little more detail about what we’re doing here.

For all of the lines that say “Write a paragraph for the heading above,” these are Jarvis Commands that tell Jarvis to write specifically about the headings in your document.

I’ll cover what the asterisks do in just a little bit.

You wouldn’t necessarily need to use these Jarvis Commands if you don’t want to.

You could simply place your cursor on the line below your heading and hit the Jarvis “Compose” button which can also be run with the keyboard shortcut Cmd + J on Mac or Ctrl + J on Windows.

Jarvis will read the content above and generate content around that heading automatically.

Going back to the Jarvis Boss Mode features that I talked about earlier, one of the best perks of Boss Mode is that you have an unlocked compose button.

This means you can continually keep pressing the “Compose” button without needing to provide any human input so Jarvis will generate as much AI content as you would like.

Usually, Jarvis is very good at continuing to generate relevant content. However, at some point, you may run into a problem where Jarvis begins repeating content or producing gibberish.

This is where the three asterisks Jarvis shortcode (***) comes into play. Placing three asterisks in your Jarvis long-form editor tells Jarvis to not read any of the content above the three asterisks.

Therefore, if you place three asterisks above your headings, you can then focus solely on the heading itself and keep Jarvis on track.

You don’t have to use three asterisks in the long-form editor. I would actually suggest playing around with using the three asterisks and not using them.

I’ve generally seen better results when I place three asterisks above my document headings and have Jarvis focus on each heading one section at a time without repeating anything.

Once you have all of your main content written for each heading, you’ll want to add some finishing touches to your document written with Boss Mode to make it perfect:

  1. Remove any Jarvis shortcodes (for example, the three asterisks shortcode).
  2. Fact check any information that Jarvis created that you aren’t sure about and correct anything that is wrong.
  3. Add your own spin on the content by adding human element – humor, wit, and personalization.

Congratulations! You just went from a Jarvis beginner to learning how to use Jarvis Boss Mode like a BOSS in no time!

Imagine how much faster you can write now knowing that you have Jarvis AI writing for you as your personal assistant. 😉

How to Use Jarvis Recipes With Boss Mode

What if there was a way to add all of these Jarvis Commands to your editor automatically as a template that you could use every single time depending on the type of content you want to create?

Luckily for you, the Jarvis team has a solution for you – Jarvis Recipes!

Jarvis Recipes are predefined workflows that contain a list of Jarvis Commands that can help you repeatedly create content even faster.

All you have to do is run the commands and you’ll have most of your content already completed.

Keep in mind that you will have to have Boss Mode activated on your account since Jarvis Recipes use Jarvis Commands. If you are only on the Pro plan, you won’t be able to use Jarvis Recipes.

I’m currently working on an entire blog post to teach you how to use Jarvis Recipes, but I’ll go over the basics in this Jarvis Boss Mode tutorial.

First of all, you can access Jarvis Recipes by going to the “Recipes” tab in your dashboard.

From there, you’ll see a list of featured Jarvis Recipes to choose from.

List of Featured Jarvis Recipes

In order to use one of the Jarvis Recipes with Boss Mode, all you have to do is hover over the recipe you want and choose “Open recipe.”

You’ll get brought to a page showing all of the predefined Jarvis Commands in a box and also a video showing you how to use that recipe (if the user has uploaded one).

For example, here is the Jarvis “Blog Post” featured recipe.

Jarvis AI Blog Post Featured Recipe

To run your recipe, click the “Run” button.

After you click the run button, the Jarvis app will duplicate the recipe and place it in the long-form editor for you automatically.

Example Jarvis Blog Post Recipe in Long-Form Editor

The last thing you have to do is replace all of the variables that are wrapped in curly braces such as {TOPIC} with your topic, outline items, etc.

Then, run each of the Jarvis Commands with the keyboard shortcut Cmd + Enter on Mac or Ctrl + Enter on Windows and watch as Jarvis AI writes your content piece by piece.

How easy was that?!

If you want access to even more epic Jarvis Recipes, make sure to join the Official Jarvis Facebook Group and also my Start Blogging 101 Facebook Group where I’ll be posting Jarvis Recipes to create awesome blog posts:

Jarvis Boss Mode Tips and Tricks

Here’s a list of Jarvis Boss Mode tips and tricks which will teach you how to use Boss Mode like a BOSS and write even faster!

Jarvis Shortcodes

  • *** – Using three asterisks in a row within the Jarvis long-form editor tells Jarvis to not read any content before those three asterisks. This will help prevent Jarvis from generating duplicate content.

Jarvis Keyboard Shortcuts

  • Command + Enter: Run a Jarvis Command. (Your cursor needs to be at the end of the command when you run it.)
  • Command + Shift + Enter: Run Jarvis Command and keep the Jarvis Command visible on the page after running it.
  • Command + K: See Jarvis Command history so you can re-run previous commands.
  • Command + J: Compose. Jarvis will compose output based on the length you have chosen in the editor.
  • Command + /: Re-run the last command. For example, say you compose some output and you don’t like it. You can use this command to have Jarvis delete the content and generate new content.
  • Command + Z: Undo.

These Jarvis keyboard shortcuts are for Mac users. If you’re using Windows, replace ‘Command‘ with ‘Control.’

Boss Mode Jarvis Commands

In order to use Jarvis Commands in the long-form assistant template, you will need to activate Boss Mode on your account.

Jarvis Commands allow you to become the boss of Jarvis and tell Jarvis what you would like him to write.

Jarvis is constantly learning new Jarvis Commands and gets better at understanding what you want to create each day.

Although there is a massive amount of Jarvis Commands that Jarvis would understand, here’s a list of Boss Mode Jarvis Commands that are excellent depending on the type of content you want to create.

These are taken from the Jarvis documentation available directly to you in the blog post editor.

In order to run a Jarvis Command, all you have to do is type out the command, make sure your cursor is at the end of the command, and then use the keyboard shortcut “Cmd + Enter” to run it on a Mac or “Ctrl + Enter” to run it on Windows.

Blog Posts

  • Write some blog post titles about [topic].
  • Write a content brief about [topic or title].
  • Write a blog outline for a blog post titled [blog post title].
  • Write some FAQs about [blog post topic].
  • Answer the question “[How much protein should I eat per day?]”.
  • Write a blog post intro for the above.
  • Make a list of [topic]. (ex. Make a list of auto manufacturers)
  • Write a conclusion paragraph about the above content.

Ads

  • Write some ad headlines for the product description above.
  • Write ad copy about the product description above.

Videos

  • Write some youtube titles about [topic].
  • Write a video script outline for a video titled .
  • Write a video script intro for a video titled .
  • Write a video script hook for a video titled .
  • Write a video description for the above video script.

Marketing Frameworks

  • Write a PAS for the content above. (Problem, Agitate, Solve)
  • Write an AIDA for the content above. (Attention, Interest, Desire, Action)
  • Write a BAB about the content above. (Before, After, Bridge)

Miscellaneous

  • Rewrite the above to explain it to a 5th grader.
  • Run Content Improver on the content above.
  • Write a value prop for the company described above.
  • Write some persuasive bullets for the content above.
  • Write a feature benefit for a feature that does [feature description].
  • Write a listicle outline for [the best ways to lose weight].

Jarvis Transition Words

Using transition words is the key to getting Jarvis to generate the type of content that you want.

Imagine that you are the captain of the ship called the USS Jarvis. If you aren’t at the helm of the boat helping to steer it, chances are the ship is going to go off course which can happen when Jarvis generates a lot of content.

However, if you know how to guide Jarvis, the AI-generated output he produces can be much higher quality.

You can do this by using transition words to help steer Jarvis in the right direction.

Some Jarvis transition words would include the following:

  • First of all…
  • As a matter of fact…
  • In other words…
  • For example…
  • In my experience…
  • Some of the main benefits of [topic] are…
  • Another example of [topic] is…
  • Lastly…
  • In conclusion…
  • To summarize my point…

Using transition words when creating any type of content with Jarvis Boss Mode is going to drastically help your writing flow much better and keep Jarvis on track rather than getting off course and producing a bunch of garbage and jibberish.

If there’s something specific that you want Jarvis to talk about, you can be even more specific with your transitions.

For example, “Even though [benefit 1] is very important when considering [topic], [benefit 2] can also help greatly by…” and then hit the “Compose” button and watch as Jarvis produces excellent output related to the transition sentence you just used.

Conclusion

Mission accomplished, my friend! I hope this tutorial helped teach you how to use Jarvis Boss Mode like a boss for even faster writing.

Once you learn how to use Jarvis Boss Mode the right way, you’ll be able to produce blog posts, video scripts, marketing emails, or even books in record time!

Have you used Jarvis Boss Mode to help up your writing game? Did this Jarvis Boss Mode tutorial help you? Let me know in the comments below!

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