The beta release of OpenAI’s eagerly awaited ChatGPT Plus features has been revealed. Subscribers may now use ChatGPT plugins, enhancing the functionality of this strong tool. Users of ChatGPT Plus now have access to over 70 third-party plugins, which were previously only available to a small group of users during the alpha period.
“We’re bringing out web browsing and Plugins to all ChatGPT Plus members over the coming week,” OpenAI said on Twitter. “From alpha to beta, they let ChatGPT employ more than 70 third-party plugins to access the internet. With this upgrade, customers will have the exciting chance to assign ChatGPT a variety of duties, which will increase its usefulness.”
Users that sign up for ChatGPT Plus will immediately have access to the plugins, which are easily found in the “Beta Features” area of the user settings. Users who purchase this $20 per month subscription get access to the ChatGPT-4 model, which, although not perfect, is a major improvement over ChatGPT-3.
The addition of more than 70 third-party plugins gives a variety of features, such as data visualization and analysis, language learning support, and website content processing.
Users are free to install as many plugins as they like, but they are limited to using three at once. These plug-ins provide customers a wide range of capabilities and cater to a variety of businesses, including retail, real estate, stocks, travel, and cuisine. For instance, users may quickly search and gather pertinent sports news and information with the help of the “ndricks Sports” plugin.
ChatGPT becomes a flexible tool for a variety of purposes when it can access the internet and use these plugins. OpenAI keeps pushing the limits of AI technology while providing consumers with creative solutions.