Make ChatGPT Work for You With These Browser Extensions
Look for the new Export Chat option down in the lower left corner when you’ve set up the add-on. You don’t get anything in the way of export options, but it can be helpful to have a copy of your chats to refer to.
If you’re planning to do any writing using ChatGPT on the web, from emails to social media posts, then WritingMate can help. You can launch it via a Ctrl+M (Windows) or Cmd+M (macOS) keyboard shortcut, or use the floating icon that appears on the right of the browser window.
You’re able to use ChatGPT in any way you like, right in the webpages you’re looking at, and there are some helpful prompts included with the extension too. ChatGPT responses can be swiftly tweaked and refined as well.
If you need more than 10 messages per day or longer messages, you can sign up for a $15-per-month premium account. The access you get to the tool for free should tell you whether or not you’re going to find it useful.
There’s no doubt that ChatGPT is an incredible bit of technology, but it also has its limitations: It doesn’t have access to the most up-to-date information, and can’t search the web as such.
WebChatGPT (for Chrome, Edge, and Firefox) fixes that, dropping in traditional web search results alongside AI responses in the ChatGPT interface. It also tries to integrate both types of responses to give you something coherent and useful.
This approach works better for some queries than others: Try prompts such as “Who is the President?” and “give me the latest Wired headlines” to see the difference that the extension makes to ChatGPT.
For some of us, it’s much easier to talk than to type, and Promptheus enables you to talk to ChatGPT just as you would with a real person. It may give you a whole new perspective on interacting with AI.
You use Promptheus from inside the ChatGPT interface, and you simply press and hold the space bar when you’re ready to talk. There are a few extension settings you can play around with too, such as the option to send prompts automatically once you stop talking.
As an added bonus, the extension also gives you easy access to ChatGPT from any webpage—just click on the add-on icon in your browser toolbar to start interacting with the AI bot.
ChatGPT Export and Share
One of the most important features that ChatGPT is missing is the ability to get content out of the ChatGPT interface into other places—you’re pretty much limited to the good old copy-paste method.
ChatGPT Export and Share (which works in Chrome, Edge, and Firefox) is here to solve the problem. It takes a little bit more time in terms of setting it up in your browser, but full instructions are provided, and the end results are worth it.
Once the extension is installed, you’ll see new export buttons down below the prompt box. You can save your chats as images and PDFs, and there’s also the option to create shareable links to them.