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Promptly Interface

Promptly's intuitive UI lets you build and manage powerful AI agents, workflows and much more.


The Apps page is the first page you see when you log in to Promptly. It gives you a quick overview of your Apps that you own as well as the Apps that have been shared with you.

Apps Page

App Builder

The App Builder page allows you to build powerful AI applications using Promptly. You can connect multiple processors, add data sources, share apps, integrate apps with external services and deploy your apps to production. You can also version your apps, test them and share them with your team.

App Builder Page


The Playground page allows you to test all the available processors in Promptly. You can test the processors with your own input and configuration before using them in your apps.

Playground Page


The History page allows you to view the history of all the apps and playground tests that you have run. You can view the input, output and other information of each run.

History Page


The Data Sources page allows you to manage your data sources. You can upload files, add URLs and connect external data sources to Promptly.

Data Sources Page


Jobs allows you to trigger your apps or agents with a batch of inputs. You can upload a CSV file with inputs and run your apps or agents with each row in the CSV file as input. In the jobs page, you can schedule jobs, view the status of each job and download the outputs from each runs.

Jobs Page


The Discover page allows you to discover new apps. If you are part of an organization, you will see all the apps shared in your organization. If you are not part of an organization, you will see all the public apps.


The Settings page allows you to manage your account. You can manage your API keys and access your API key for the Promptly APIs.

Settings Page


On the settings page, you can also manage your external connections. Connections allows you to save your encrypted credentials for external services like your LinkedIn account, Hubspot account, etc. You can then use these connections in your apps to connect to these external services.