If you want to get the most out of your chatbot, it’s good to be as specific as possible with your prompts. For example, you might ask, “What are the best tips for learning a new language?” Instead of just giving an answer, you can be more specific and tell it to give you links to resources or explain how each method works. This will help the bot to understand your question better and respond more accurately.
But that isn’t the only thing that can make a chatbot more useful. Another way is through plugins that provide extra functionality. There are a lot of different plugins out there, and some of them are really impressive. For example, Prompt Perfect rewrites your prompts to be more clear and gives the AI more information for it to work with. It’s one of our favorites, and it can significantly improve the quality of your prompts.
This week, ChatGPT Plus will get a huge update that will make it even more powerful. As you may already know, ChatGPT is an AI chatbot that uses your text to search the web for answers. It’s a bit like Siri, but with much more potential. It can be used to research things for school or work, or to help you find inspiration. It can also be helpful with everyday tasks, like planning summer vacations or finding online shopping deals.
Until now, the biggest issue with ChatGPT has been that it was limited by its closed knowledge base. It could do a lot of things, but if you asked it about something that happened in 2022 or before, it didn’t have any data to work with. But thanks to a massive upgrade, the popular bot will now be able to browse the internet and access a world of information beyond what was included in its training.
OpenAI’s latest upgrade, which is rolling out to all users over the course of this week, will let ChatGPT Plus access a huge amount of information from the web. This will help it answer questions that were previously unanswerable because of its lack of data, such as what’s happening in the world right now or whether you’re still alive (which is something it can already do thanks to GPT-4, which was trained on data until September of this year).
In addition to browsing the internet for information, the new update will also include over 70 beta plugins that will serve as the chatbot’s eyes and ears. These plugins can do everything from rewriting prompts to providing real-time data on stocks or crypto. All you have to do is activate them in your settings menu, which can be found in the “Beta Features” tab of your ChatGPT profile. With the launch of these two features, ChatGPT could finally become the all-purpose assistant it promised to be a long time ago. You can check out the full details of the update by visiting this page, which is also where you can activate the beta features.