input() is a function that gets all text up to a new line (from standard input) and returns it as a string as default.
You add an argument inside the input function. All this does is act as a prompt to the user. Before input is collected, the promt will be printed to the screen.
what you write inside input(🔹🔹🔹) is the message to tell the user what to type in the input.
So something like
name = input('Please input your name ')
Then what the user inputs will be the value of the variable name