Is there an easy way to move the text generated by ChatGPT into a document. I copy and paste and then have to reformat because the background is dark, etc...I know this is not really a huge deal, I'm just wondering if there is an easier way that people are moving the copy created into a useable format.
You may remember I did a video about Sessions meeting software a few months ago. I've been using it every few days since then, and it has been super useful. I love Google Meet, but this offers me a lot more, and they have launched for a limited time back on Appsumo. If you want a quick tour, watch this video: https://youtu.be/6mlQczz5Oeo You can save a fortune if you're currently paying out for either Zoom, Demio, Webinarjam, GotoWebinar, Big Marker etc. Check out the deal ( I bought Tier 4 and am about to upgrade to the top tier now I've tested it!) Cheers Jason
Found a little sneaky backdoor way for Chatbots to remain relevant in the golden age of GPTs. As you know, there are MANY MANY people that still don't use CGPT or want to pay for a plus account. What I am doing now for myself and clients is creating the GPT in CGPT and then using the custom instructions in the Chatbot. I have tested it on several and it works great. The only limitations is that there is no Dalle or Code Interpreter built in however you can upload most documents (or convert to PDF) to your bot to learn the content. What I do is tell the user they will end up with a custom report, feedback or answers at the end of the process and they can cut and paste. I walk them through everything. You can check it out at the DISC assessment link below. This is a great work around for your clients that are CGPT resistant for now. Haven't tried this on Fastbots yet but it does work on Chatbase. I am almost positive it should work the same way. Do the work on GPT and have dual use at your Chatbot software. Love to hear if you try this out. GPT: https://chat.openai.com/g/g-DtCPjOlhP-my-gpt-personality-profile-d-i-s-c Chatbase: https://www.chatbase.co/chatbot-iframe/t-g9FvNFigH4fPnS5thdX
If you ever do live streaming, you might like to grab this lifetime deal. I've been using Wave for the last year or two, and it's never let me down. You can do live streaming to multiple places at once like YouTube, Facebook Pages, Facebook groups, etc. It's a crazy low price deal at just $99 USD one time compared to the likes of Streamyard or Restream plus it can do a whole host of other things, such as: ✅ Video creation ✅ Video editing ✅ Thumbnail making ✅ Audio editing ✅ Video hosting ✅ Stock library Anyway, I made a video about it so you can see a little of what it can do, and it's one of the few lifetime deals I've purchased that I still use quite regularly. Hurry, though, because I believe the offer will close very shortly. Cheers Jason
It seems I have lost all my chat history from before the new development. I had a paid account before the upgrade, but now I cannot access any of the chats from before. Has this happened to anyone else?
Hello I’m Not sure how to really classify myself. I’ve started several businesses over the years and a non profit. I retired early and ChatGPT reengaged my brain. So I’m building GPT’s and learning the API side as I go. I’m enjoying the process.
I thought I read that ChatGPT will now accept much large inputs, I thought they called it ChatGPT 4.5, but I can't find much real information on it. Anyone know? Any knowledge here would be awesome, thanks!
During this special time of gratitude, I wanted to take a moment to express my heartfelt thanks to each and every one of you. Sharing with such a talented and dedicated community is a blessing, and I'm truly thankful for the opportunity to be a part of this amazing group. We have learned so much in a few short months and I’m sure the next will be just as exciting! As we gather with our loved ones to celebrate Thanksgiving here in the US tomorrow, let's also remember those all around the world that may be dealing with less than stellar times. May your Thanksgiving be filled with joy, laughter, and cherished moments with family and friends. And may we continue to inspire and support each other in the days to come. Happy Thanksgiving!
Just finished our weekly newsletter. The theme had to be "risk" after last week's OpenAI drama! Anyhoo, would love feedback and we're also lining up weekly guest authors, who also help us choose a theme for "their week". It's all free. We're only on week/episode 6, so still early days. Each week we have a new theme and cover news, views (our take), and how-tos (actionable advice). More than just your bullet list of links :) Let me know what you think and if you fancy being involved. We're a fun group! Best, Steve https://www.youandai.news/
I want to get some help if anyone has experienced or use/create flow charts/process maps with Ai/Chatgpt. Any insight, input or help in this will be highly appreciated. Specially what plugin to use in Chatgpt to get the visual representation of business process
You guys have no idea how happy and excited I am to be in this community. I was desperately looking around me to find people who are interested in AI especially a premium GPT user Community because I do understand a normal GPT is totally different from premium and the ones who use premium are on next level. I'm so grateful to be here and I hope we can all learn and evolve in this golden age.
We have all seen the enormous change in AI and the potential impact. I am curious to know if others have used this purely to improve results in your existing area of work or have you been inspired to try something completely new that you wouldn't have tried before? Also at this stage, how are your efforts with AI measuring up against your expectations of what you hope to achieve?
I was using ChatGPT tonight and I got two weird screens -- "We've run out of capacity" and "ChatGPT4 Alpha". Now it's forcing me to upgrade to plus (already on it) but the UI doesn't work. On top of the political drama, now we have operational drama. I am telling my clients and partners to get off OpenAI as fast as possible. I am also advising them to build a cautious LLM evaluation process AND -- if they can -- a multi-LLM approach with things like LangChain. I also see aiXplain have some answers. I think the problems at OpenAI are like the cold shower that wake us all up: now what?! :-) What do you think?
Curious what the group is doing to "mitigate the risk" of OpenAI / ChatGPT? I'm writing an article on it, would love input + references to the group. For example... use Microsoft Azure AI --> OpenAI? Or use OpenSource via LangChain? All pros, cons etc. Cheers, team!
I recently saw an add for an iPhone app that added ChatGPT to the keyboard (a quick search showed that there are actually a bunch of them, who knew?). Do you use one? Do you like it? How do you use it?
Has anyone found a way to get a GPT continue on its own? For example: There is a limit to GPTs output response so I was trying to add a workflow in the System role that stated to create an outline of an article… then to write the first subheadings content stop. Then write the next subheadings content, stop. And repeat until all subheadings have been written. It just doesn’t seem like it’s doing it but not sure … I could share the role text I was using if any of ya want to see. Has anyone had success with doing this … I’m pretty sure it could be done in the assistance API though.
Hi Jason, Thank you for letting me in and be part of some wonderful conversations here. About me, my name is Vivek Kumar Govila and am a professional writer. I have over two decades of rich experience in organizations such as Ernst&Young, and Egis India. I have ghostwritten for companies such as TransAmerica, Future Generali, HDFC Ergo, UKAT, AdaniOne, Motilal Oswal, Upstox and many more. Am here to network and enrich myself ineracting with all wonderful people here. Warm regards, Vivek
Has anyone looked into / developed an AI solution for common business operations tasks to shoulder/delegate the day-to-day administrative burdens? For example, answering staff HR questions if the agent has access to the Employee Handbook and HR notes, meetings, tickets? What about interpreting balance sheet, profit/loss, and cash flow? What about time management? What about sales performance? The list goes on -- this article (weirdly, on Groupon!) has some ops tasks. My gut feel is that you could create an AI assistant/agent for specific "jobs to be done"/tasks. There are the usual challenges here with the hallucination, data privacy and security, and the throughput/limits of AI not to mention the complexity of doing it... but... seems like an obvious area? I've seen some offerings in this area like Kognitos