7 ways to use chatGPT as a Product Manager in a tech company. Create PRDs and Jira story tickets in minutes.
Technology already changed a lot in our lives. Technology powered by AI will not only exponentially change what is already changed, but also offer us new opportunities.
Technology has already changed a lot in our lives. Technology powered by AI will not only exponentially change what is already changed but also offer us new opportunities.
If used correctly, technology, such as fire, is here to enhance your life and improve it.
If misused, we all know where it will end.
In the last week I’ve been playing around with ChatGPT which is smarter than all of the chats I’ve been playing around with.
I’ve been testing ChatGPT for different Product Management use cases to understand how it can help me in my day-to-day job and when working with startups.
Here are the ways ChatGPT helped me.
Create Product Requirements Document
Create Jira tickets
Find out about competitors functionalities
Define team alignment and responsibilities. Define the decision flow within the team.
Viral marketing strategies.
Learning about the day to day life of a product manager.
Do you want to see what are the results?
Use case 1: You can create product requirements documents way faster.
The answers are impressive. This is an example for a booking system.
I also gave it an input for creating a checkout page and the answer was impressive as well.
Use case: Create a list of user stories for booking system.
Shorten the time of creating the documentation.
Increase efficiency. Same person will be able to do more with less.
Increase income in your business.
Have more space in your schedule to focus on generating better results.
It will not offer you in depth details about a certain feature.
Use case 2: Find competitors
Researching your competition can start here. I have tried using it to compare feature X from Bolt vs feature Y from Uber or to find competitors.
It will offer an excellent high-level overview of your competitors' main features.
The automation of the process. Only by asking, I found at least 5 competitors.
It will not enter into details.
Use case 3: Compare competitors - Compare Uber versus Bolt.
As mentioned above, this is a great tool that you can use in your new startup journey.
Good overview of the main features of a product - if you are new to the industry - it can quickly offer you a quick understanding of what your competitors are doing.
The same problem with going deep in details, like feature comparison and others.
Use case 4: Create a Jira ticket for checkout thank you page.
For me, this was the most impressive part of playing with chatGPT.
I have created a ticket, and it’s structure in minutes.
And if you ask the chatGPT politely, it will offer suggestions about what other info to include.
It offered me a good structure for a Jira ticket.
It also provided me with suggestions.
I don’t know if I have some. For now, it’s only wow.
Use case 5: Get insights about viral go to market strategies.
Accurate information - good starting point.
Will not offer you to many details.
Use case 6: Define team responsibilities for a startup. Team alignment. Decision flow.
I see this problem a lot with early stage startups and also with large businesses.
They don’t have an understanding of what their responsibilities are who will decide on what. And because of these lack of clarity problems on team roles and responsibilities, there are quite a lot of fights happening, high uncertainty within the team and what they should do.
Good starting point.
Generic information - need more details.
Use case 7: Let chatGPT be your own trainer.
Even if I don’t agree with all the points below, most of them are valid.
Bonus: Create a value model canvas for a ride sharing app.
I've been playing around with this chat this week, which is impressive.
And I have mixed feelings.
Somehow, I'm anxious because of the uncertainty generated by the new technology in terms of losing jobs (what will happen to the people who will lose their jobs?).
And also, people forming more toxic behaviors by faking their lives even more when using AI(creating more fake gurus or giving them more power). Maybe I think too much. 😅
And I am very excited because we can use this technology to enhance our professional life by cutting off repetitive tasks or increasing our capacity.
If, because of the lack of capacity, you could write only for 3 clients as a freelance writer, now you would be able to write for 5 clients without impacting your results.
If you, as a startup founder or product manager, need assistance in one of your tasks, now you have it.
As it was with fire, smartphones, and other breakthrough moments of humans, the thing that matters the most is how we would decide to use this technology. It will be in our favor or against us.
Time will tell.
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