As ChatGPT director Logan announced via X aka Twitter, a version of the chatbot will be available in the coming days that automatically accesses the GPT-4 model instead of GPT-3.5. However, only paying subscribers should benefit from this update. Thanks to a new beta version of the code interpreter, the Plus users should also be able to upload several files at the same time, from which ChatGPT can extract data and insights.
If you get stuck in the conversation with the AI bot, ChatGPT wants to offer target-oriented prompts in the future. These should allow the results to be tweaked until the proposed answer meets expectations. You should also be able to export chat lists or copy code blocks with a simple shortcut, which in turn makes input easier. As an example, Logan gives the list shortcut ⌘ (Ctrl) + /.
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Also a gain in convenience: Anyone who uses ChatGPT will no longer be automatically logged out every two weeks – and if they do, they will be greeted on a new welcome page.
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