Automate Your Life With These 3 ChatGPT Extensions
Use ChatGPT in any Google product, including Gmail, Google Sheets, and your favorite code editor!
You are probably aware of the ways in which businesses as well as the ways we communicate and collaborate are being transformed by ChatGPT, unless you have been hiding under a rock. To unleash the full potential of it, all you have to do is visit the OpenAI website. But what if we weren’t limited to using ChatGPT only on its main website, but also on other platforms like WhatsApp, Facebook, Google Sheets, and others?
It is now within reach! Through the use of extensions, we are able to bring the capabilities of ChatGPT to a variety of programs. Here are three ChatGPT extensions that might assist you in automating many aspects of your life.
ChatGPT For WhatsApp – God In A Box
Imagine this: you’re in the middle of an exchange on WhatsApp, and all of a sudden, you don’t know how to respond to a question or you run out of concepts to keep the dialogue flowing. That might occur to anyone, but in this day and age, you shouldn’t have to worry about it.
An extension known as “God in a Box” is now available for our usage. This extension allows you to begin chatting on WhatsApp with ChatGPT. After completing the registration process, you will be able to use ChatGPT on Whatsapp without any additional steps. This extension can be used in the similar way as ChatGPT is used if you want to. Because God In A Box is aware of its surroundings, you can strike up a discussion about it as as though it were one of your close companions.
Please be aware that the free version of God in a Box allows for up to 40 texts each month. If you wish to send and receive an unlimited number of messages, you will need to purchase the appropriate plans (plans start at $6 per month).
ChatGPT For Google Chrome – Merlin
Downloading “Merlin” is the best course of action to take in order to liberate all of ChatGPT’s potential on Google Chrome. With Merlin, you’ll be able to use the features of ChatGPT on websites like Gmail and Google Sheets, in addition to any other location on the internet where you search or write. Merlin offers a wide variety of functionalities, just like ChatGPT does. To mention a few, including:
- You may summarize the content of any website by saying: Select text, then press the command key plus the letter M on your keyboard, and instruct Merlin to build a synopsis based on the selected content.
- Write work email replies: Give Merlin some kind of cue that explains what’s going on in the framework of an email. After that, you should make a request to create text based on the prompt by pressing cmd + M.
- Master difficult Excel formulas: You should provide Merlin a prompt that explains the function you want it to perform, and then you should request it to produce a calculation based on that suggestion.
ChatGPT For VSCode – Code GPT
Simply selecting some code, right-clicking on it, and then selecting the “Explain CodeGPT” option from the context menu gives us the ability to explain the code.
The output will be displayed in a new window that will be opened by CodeGPT.