ChatGPT has recently rolled out a new feature that allows all users to share links to their chat conversations. OpenAI staff shared an example link exhibiting this new functionality. When a shared link is clicked, the recipient can view the conversation and even continue it in a typical ChatGPT window. The message "used unknown plugin" will be displayed for conversations that use a plugin that the recipient does not have.
How to Share Chat Conversations and Manage Shared Links
To try out this feature and share your ChatGPT conversation, follow these steps:
- Locate the share link near the delete and edits buttons in your chat history.
- Click the share link to open a share window, previewing the shared page.
- In the share window, click the copy link button to obtain the shareable link.
You can manage your shared links by accessing the three-dot menu, where you can delete the link, preventing further access, or choose whether to display your name on the shared page.
To access a list of all your previously shared links, follow these steps:
- Navigate to Settings > Data control.
- Here, you can view all shared links, delete them, or go directly to the conversation.
This list view makes it simple to keep track of all your shared conversations.
Benefits of Sharing ChatGPT Conversations
With sharable links, ChatGPT users can easily share valuable insights, ideas, prompts and solutions derived from their interactions with the AI. It fosters a more collaborative experience for teams working on projects, friends discussing topics of interest, or users seeking input from others in various scenarios. This feature provides a convenient way to exchange knowledge, showcase creativity, and demonstrate the capabilities of ChatGPT for personal and professional purposes.
ChatGPT, developed by OpenAI, is an innovative AI-based chatbot designed to provide natural language understanding and conversation. As new features are continually being introduced, like the sharable links, ChatGPT strives to enhance user experience and utility. For more information on this new feature, you can check the announcement on Twitter or the ChatGPT Shared Links FAQ provided by OpenAI.