Get Ahead with ChatGPT: The 5 Tools You Need to Know

Top 10 powerful resources based on ChatGPT and GPT-3 AI model, designed to help you maximize their potential effortlessly. Whether you want to apply AI in your personal or professional life, this must-read article provides you the necessary insights. Let’s get started and unlock the power of AI technology!

  1. ChatGPT Desktop
    ChatGPT Desktop is a multi-platform application that supports macOS, Linux, and Windows. It allows you to use ChatGPT on your desktop and export your conversation history in PNG, PDF, or Markdown formats. The app offers common shortcut keys and seamless integration with awesome-chatgpt-prompts, which makes it easy to import prompts with a single click and disable them if necessary.

  2. ChatGPT for Gmail
    This is a Chrome extension designed to improve your email productivity when composing or responding to emails. The extension offers helpful features such as auto-complete email subjects, typo corrections, and an accessible button to activate the completion process, resulting in more efficient email writing. Furthermore, the feature can be easily enabled or disabled as needed.

  3. ChatGPT for JetBrains
    This plugin is designed for JetBrains IDEs and facilitates integration with ChatGPT. With this plugin, a section is added to the IDE where you can enter prompts and view ChatGPT’s responses, providing a helpful assistant for code development.

  4. ChatGTP Everywhere
    This is a Google Chrome extension that gives you instant access to ChatGPT. With this extension, you can conveniently gather information while using Google search. Moreover, it features a sidebar accessible with a single click, allowing you to leverage the full capabilities of ChatGPT’s language model anywhere on the web.

  5. ChatGPT macOS
    This macOS application integrates ChatGPT API into the menubar, allowing for quick access with the Cmd+Shift+G shortcut from anywhere. While there’s no Windows version currently available, it can be run on Windows by cloning the repository, installing electron-forge, and running the build command. On Windows, you can access it with the Ctrl+Shift+G shortcut.

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