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Uses the Stack Exchange API to search sites like Stack Overflow and returns questions, answers, and other information to the user.
ChatStackSearch is a specialized ChatGPT plugin designed to interact with the Stack Exchange network. It allows users to search for questions, answers, and other information across various Stack Exchange sites. Whether you're looking for coding solutions on Stack Overflow or cooking tips on Cooking Stack Exchange, this plugin has got you covered.
How to use:
To get started, you can either search for ChatStackSearch in the ChatGPT plugin store and install it, or simply press the "try it" button at the top right of this page to open a chat in ChatGPT with the plugin already activated.
Specify the Stack Exchange site you want to search. For example, you can choose between Stack Overflow for programming queries or Cooking Stack Exchange for culinary questions.
Enter your search query in plain English. The plugin will handle the rest, searching the specified Stack Exchange site for relevant questions and answers.
You can also use advanced filters like tags, date ranges, and sort options to narrow down your search results.
Here are some prompt examples you can use to interact with the plugin:
- "Search for Python questions on Stack Overflow."
- "Find me some cooking tips on Cooking Stack Exchange."
- "Look for Ubuntu issues sorted by votes on Ask Ubuntu."
- "Search for photography techniques on Photography Stack Exchange."
Once the search is complete, you'll receive a list of relevant questions and answers. You can click on the links provided to view the full threads on the Stack Exchange site.
If you find a useful answer, you can upvote it or mark it as accepted on the Stack Exchange site. Note that you'll need to log in to the Stack Exchange site to perform these actions.
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