Oh, how exciting! I just heard the news that web browsing and plugins are finally making their way to ChatGPT in beta mode, starting from May 12. As a ChatGPT Plus user, this feels like a golden ticket to an entirely new realm of possibilities.
As an avid user and self-proclaimed plugin explorer, I’ve dived headfirst into the vast ocean of ChatGPT plugins, experimenting with various tools and functionalities. Let’s explore these incredible ChatGPT plugins together!
This tool lives up to its name. Need a quick summary of a lengthy news article? Scraper has your back. Want to catch up on the hottest trends from the front page of Reddit? Scraper has you covered there too.
While I haven’t put Scraper through all its paces just yet, it’s proven itself to be a handy-dandy tool for swiftly extracting information from any website you throw its way.
I even put it to the ultimate test by feeding it a Google search link about OpenAI, and guess what? In a blink of an eye, Scraper cheerfully presented me with the top six search results from that page. Talk about efficiency!
To my surprise, the Chess plugin blew my mind! The chatbot serves up a fully-functioning chessboard right in your chat window, complete with visual updates as the game progresses. And that’s not all—ChatGPT even offers a range of opponents to choose from, ranging from Beginner to Grandmaster.
Now, you can’t just click and move your pieces like in a traditional game. You have to type commands like “Pawn to d5” or “Knight takes e7.” It takes a bit of getting used to, but once you embrace the madness, it’s all smooth sailing. Well, except when you find yourself losing to a machine. I guess our robot overlords have an advantage on the chessboard too!
Once you dive into the Tic Tac Toe plugin, ChatGPT sets up a visual board display for you, numbered from 1 to 9. You’ll be placing your ‘X’ or ‘O’ on the number of your choice, and the AI will do the same. It’s a head-to-head battle of wit and strategy!
Now, here’s the cool part. You have three difficulty settings to choose from, allowing you to tailor the challenge to your liking. And by default, the board size is 3×3, just like the traditional game. But hey, if you’re feeling bold, the plugin even offers larger board sizes like 4×4, 5×5, and 6×6.
With every move you and the AI make, the board updates in real-time, keeping the excitement alive. I must admit, I’ve had a blast playing a couple of rounds. It’s surprisingly fun and works like a charm. Sure, it may not have any grand practical benefits, but hey, sometimes we just need a little distraction to keep ourselves entertained for a few minutes, right?
Planning a trip can be both exciting and nerve-wracking. Thankfully, the KAYAK ChatGPT plugin swoops in to save the day! It effortlessly provided me with flight and hotel options, complete with handy links to book both. But wait, it gets better. The chatbot won’t do the booking for you, which, from a security standpoint, is probably a good thing. We don’t want a rogue AI booking us a vacation to the moon, do we?
However, one tiny drawback is that KAYAK won’t always pick the cheapest option for you. But fear not, intrepid travelers! The plugin comes armed with links to the KAYAK website, where you can explore other options with ease. Just a few clicks, and you’ll be pivoting towards that budget-friendly getaway faster than you can say “take me to paradise!”
You’re hungry, you have no clue what to cook, and grocery shopping seems like a daunting task. Enter Instacart, the ChatGPT plugin that turned me into a culinary superhero!
With a simple prompt, I effortlessly got a meal plan for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, along with a meticulously crafted Instacart grocery list. And the best part? As soon as ChatGPT was done compiling the list, it conjured up a magical link that whisked me away to Instacart’s kingdom of groceries.
ChatGPT’s plugin game is seriously stepping up its game! From the Scraper plugin that magically extracts info from websites to the Tic Tac Toe plugin that brings out your competitive side, there’s something for everyone.
Now, I won’t lie, the Scraper plugin is a game-changer. It’s not your typical web scraping, mind you, but a clever simulation that extracts useful tidbits from any URL you throw at it. It’s like having your own digital Sherlock Holmes. As for Tic Tac Toe, well, it’s a classic game that never gets old. ChatGPT lets you go head-to-head with AI in a battle of Xs and Os. It’s surprisingly fun and keeps you entertained for those short bursts of gaming.
But here’s the cherry on top of this plugin extravaganza: Bing Chat! It’s the free alternative that uses the same open plugin standard as ChatGPT. Microsoft isn’t holding back either—they’ve confirmed that KAYAK and Instacart will be joining the Bing Chat party soon. Imagine planning your dream vacation or conjuring up delicious meals, all without spending a dime!
Overall, I must say these plugins are a stroke of genius. They add an extra layer of fun, functionality, and convenience to your chatbot experience. And with Bing Chat joining the party, it’s a win-win situation for those who prefer the free route.
So go ahead, embrace the power of plugins, unleash your inner detective with Scraper, challenge the AI in Tic Tac Toe, and enjoy the fabulousness that Bing Chat brings to the table. Cheers to the plugin revolution, my friends!