ChatGPT recently rolled out a new feature that allows all users to share links to chat conversations. The OpenAI staff shared an example link demonstrating this new feature. After clicking the shared link, the recipient can view the conversation and even continue the conversation in her normal ChatGPT window. Conversations with plugins that the recipient doesn’t have will show the message “Unknown plugin used”.
How to share chat conversations and manage shared links
To try out this feature and share ChatGPT conversations, follow these steps:
- Find the share link near the chat history delete and edit buttons.
- Click the share link to open the share window and preview the shared page.
- In the Share window, click the Copy Link button to get a shareable link.
You can access the three-dot menu to manage shared links, remove links to prevent further access, and choose whether to display your name on shared pages.
To access a list of all previously shared links, follow these steps:
- [設定]>[データ コントロール]Go to.
- Here you can view all shared links, delete them, or go straight to the conversation.
This list view makes it easy to keep track of all shared conversations.
Benefits of sharing ChatGPT conversations
Shareable links allow ChatGPT users to easily share valuable insights, ideas, prompts, and solutions from interacting with AI. It fosters a more collaborative experience for teams working on projects, friends discussing topics of interest, and users seeking input from others on different scenarios. This feature provides a convenient way to exchange knowledge, exercise creativity, and demonstrate the capabilities of ChatGPT for personal and professional purposes.
ChatGPT, developed by OpenAI, is a revolutionary AI-based chatbot designed to provide natural language understanding and conversation. With new features such as shareable links being continuously introduced, ChatGPT strives to improve user experience and utility. For more information on this new feature, announcement Check out the ChatGPT Shared Links FAQ provided by Twitter or OpenAI.