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whatplugin.ai’s vision is to be the definitive place to find valuable custom GPTs to elevate your life and your work.
With a vast array of GPTs already available, not all are actually relevant or even useful. This site is a highly curated list for showcasing the most helpful GPTs.
GPTs are custom versions of ChatGPT that anyone can create for nearly any purpose. Without coding knowledge, people can now make tools to enhance various aspects of your business and life. And it’s not just for productivity, people are already making games and fun characters using GPTs.
It can be helpful to think of GPTs a bit like smartphone apps, it’s kinda like apps that tailor the capabilities of ChatGPT for specific tasks and use cases.
To use GPTs you will need a ChatGPT Plus subscription (20$/month) – a worthwhile investment for, dare I say, everyone that’s even remotely interested in becoming more productive with AI.
Once you have are on the Plus subscription, you will find the Explore tab for GPTs in the top left corner below the button labeled “ChatGPT”. Here, you will find GPTs you have used and the option to create your own GPT. Later, I’m sure OpenAI will add an exploration feature to find new GPTs (right now there are just a few not-so-useful examples that OpenAI has made for the introduction of this feature)
I originally launched this site as a list to help people find the right ChatGPT plugins (a feature now replaced by GPTs), and was overwhelmed by the positive response from people using the site as a reference in their daily workflow. When OpenAI introduced GPTs I knew I wanted use this platform to help people explore the best GPTs.
The thing is, GPTs can be made by anyone in less than 5 minutes. This is absolutely amazing in itself as it allows anyone to build cool apps with AI, but also makes it more difficult to navigate the thousands (and soon, millions) of GPTs that exist.
This site aspires to be the go-to place for finding the best GPTs – I’m keeping the list intentionally small and curated to make it easy to find the ones for your needs.
There are already tens of thousands of GPTs available that were launched in just the last few weeks, which I think speaks to both how easy OpenAI has made building a GPT, and also the diversity of use cases and interest in connecting large language models (LLMs) to third-party applications.
While the concept of GPTs is still in the early stages, and the current format is probably just the beginning, I find them fascinating because of how they allow LLMs to interface with the real world. It’s also a great place to observe how observe how users, LLMs and external apps can and will work together eventually.
The rankings of GPTs in this list are based on an algorithm that I’ve made to capture several aspects of GPTs, including their popularity, capabilities, credibility and user-friendliness.
The GPTs listed on this site meet at least one of the following criteria:
1. receiving a substantial amount of web visits,
2. tested by myself or someone I know personally and found to be useful, or
3. recommended by a credible, independent source
When testing a GPT myself I do so to the best of my abilities, and try to judge if the GPT is useful for the purpose it is intended for. Also I consider things like originality, user friendliness and pricing (in case it costs money). When adding GPTs based on credible sources, I look for direct recommendations from newsletters, blogs, Twitter accounts, etc. that have a sizeable and engaged following.
The list itself is updated on a weekly basis at minimum. If you find a GPT that's not in the list, but should be – feel free to submit a GPT. Everyone, including the GPT creators themselves, are welcome to submit GPTs. However, I will only include the GPT if I personally find it useful.
The main points outlined by OpenAI when it comes to privacy and safety in GPTs:
1) Creators of GPTs have no access to user conversations. Users have the discretion to decide if their chat data can be shared with third-party APIs used by a GPT.
2) OpenAI implements automated systems to ensure compliance of GPTs with established usage policies, aiming to avert harmful content like fraudulent activities, impersonation, hate speech, and adult themes.
3) OpenAI offers users the choice to opt out of contributing their GPT conversations for model training purposes. While GPT developers may allow the use of chat data for model training, the user can opt out of model training altogether for their account.
4) The verification process for GPT creators, a new initiative to foster trust, is important particularly for creators aiming to monetize their GPTs in the upcoming GPT Store, as highlighted during OpenAI's DevDay. However, specifics about the verification procedure and requirements is not clear.
5) OpenAI provides a feature for users to report any concerns regarding GPTs directly on each GPT's page.
Here are my own tips (and disclaimers) for using ChatGPT and GPTs:
- As with all use of ChatGPT and other AI chatbots, always be careful with the information you share. Never share sensitive information you wouldn’t want others to see.
- Keep in mind that some GPTs are connected to third-party applications, and while most have some kind of free option, some require or offer a paid subscription.
- While I try my best to curate the most awesome GPTs out there, beware that some GPTs in this list could still be unhelpful, buggy, misleading, etc.
- Some information on this site might be inaccurate or outdated, thus I recommend checking the GPT's ChatGPT page directly if you want to ensure the details of the GPT are accurate and up to date.
- The use of ChatGPT and GPTs is 100% at your own risk. The function of this site is listing the GPTs I find useful; I don’t verify or evaluate security risks associated with any GPTs.
If you have questions about any of the GPTs, please get in touch either with OpenAI or the creator behind the GPT directly. For the latter, you can find sometimes find a link to the creator's website under "Creator" on the GPT's page here on whatplugin or in the GPT's description inside ChatGPT.
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