Practical Uses for ChatGPT
ChatGPT can be used for a variety of practical purposes, such as creating grocery lists, generating gift ideas, and rewriting emails . It can also be used as a learning aid for coding and solving coding problems .
Uses for English Teachers
English teachers can use ChatGPT to rewrite essays, generate literacy activities, and create prompts for writing assignments . It can also be used to cut down on marking time and generate essay questions or paragraphs on specific texts/topics .
Uses for D&D Adventure Design
ChatGPT can be used to design a D&D adventure and serve as a Game Master . While some users have had success with priming and prompts, others have found it to be more limited in its responses . Other AI programs, such as NovelAI's Euterpe model, may also work well for solo gaming .
Uses for Learning German
ChatGPT can be used to generate sentences for specific topics/scenarios in German and as a conversation partner to practice speaking and comprehension . However, it's important to verify the accuracy of the generated content using tools like DeepL and not rely solely on ChatGPT .
ChatGPT Keyboard App
The ChatGPT keyboard app is available on the App Store for iOS and offers the option to use your own ChatGPT API key for a one-time purchase . The app does not store any queries or data . Some users have expressed concerns about the app's pricing model and similarities to open-source code, but other free or low-cost AI chatbot options are available .
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Ideally for the average joe, not necessarily for industry-specific uses.
What inspired this question was when I asked chatGPT to make me an HTML tool which would allow me to fill in each meal, for each day of the week, and a list of ingredients needed for those recipes, whic...
I use it to rewrite emails so that they are a little more fun. For example Ill paste in a draft and say "make this email rhyme" or "rewrite to be better written and concise". It will take my hastily written chicken scratch and turn it into something more professional with basically no additional effort besides a quick read to make sure it's not hallucinating.
I had it rewrite the night before Christmas into a story about the food drive we are doing at work as a way to remind people to donate. Took 15 minutes and got a lot of laughs out of people since I asked it to include specifics about people in the office and the company just by mentioning them in the prompt.
> I use it to rewrite emails so that they are a little more fun. For example Ill paste in a draft and say "make this email rhyme" or "rewrite to be better written and concise". It will take my hastily written chicken scratch and turn it into something more professional with basically no additional effort besides a quick read to make sure it's not hallucinating.
"I use this tool to rewrite emails,
To make them more fun and less plain,
I'll paste in a draft and ask it to rhyme,
And it'll turn my chicken scratch in time,
Into something more professional, it's true,
With just a quick read to make sure it's not hallucinating, too."
Mostly I've been using it to help me learn Python. If I get stuck on a codewars problem and can't figure out why my code is behaving a certain way, I'll paste it in and ask it. It's not always an immediate solution like 'you typoed, you idiot', but with a little back and forth and my own thinking and trial and error, I think I get there a little faster in the end. Or at least I don't give up as quickly, since playing with the AI is rather fun.
I think ChatGPT is such a good way to get unstuck when coding bc it’s as helpful as stack overflow but far less mean and snobbish about it
Could you explain how this could be used in tandem with learning to code from scratch?
Would it be useful to use ChatGPT to help as a learning aid from the beginning, or is it better to wait to use it?
It’s python abilities have been a real eye opener for me. I’ve had it create functions, recommend libraries, build a framework, and much more. It’s taken my former approach of messy garbage and shown me how to structure things correctly. I’ve built more programs in python in the last 3 days than in my life, and it’s all because of the openai framework (not just chatGPT
CN you help me write a code
No but ChatGPT can.
I made a story about a kid who pooped his pants but it smelled like Indy 500 burnouts. Here I am almost 40 years old, in the office with tears in my eyes, because I am laughing so hard at the stupidest story this AI made up.
I literally just posted a couple of stories, with TED talks. Enjoy ;) ChatGPT rocks!
I did this myself while travelling abroad. I first told ChatGPT where I was travelling, wrote a list consisting of my family members to give gifts to and added details like their age and interests.
Then I asked it to write 5 gift ideas for each person, based on their age and interests, and the location I was travelling in.
Gift suggestions! Put in a person's interests and ask for suggested gifts in a certain price range and it gives you a bunch of ideas. If they're too vague at first, just ask for more unusual or more detailed suggestions.
According to research from BC era (Before ChatGPT) the best presents are those that the recipient said are wanted. Ask yourself would like a rubbish surprise or something you want to use or experience. There were recent episodes about gifts and gift research in Hidden Brain and Cautionary Tales podcasts.
would like to hear your favourite(s)
Don't know if I should even post them. Fucking bizarre stuff, but the kind of stuff reddit usually laughs at anyway. I've got one I'd love to share. It cracks me up, but it's a bit risqué.
Edit, probably nothing worse than the poop jokes / poems some people have posted, but dare I say... sophisticated? lol
Edit 2: I'm going to compile a collection of screenshots and post them. These are slightly vulgar, and may offend some, but I will label them NSFW. The intent is just comedy though.
Comedy. I've honestly laughed more in the last twenty four hours than in the last year. The stories I've managed to make this thing tell me are hilarious. I had a mild headache last night from laughing.
Seriously I saw some examples on Twitter and I was like if this thing wrote SNL it would be better than what the writers on it now are doing
I was reading the post about ChatGPT (chat.openai.com) about how often do we use Chat.
Clearly some people used it frequently and others, not so much. I know some people are not very familiar with ChatGPT and I thought I might help them, and myself, by starting a conversation...
Here are 10 ways ChatGPT can be used by an English teacher:
I JUST CAME HERE TO SAY IF YOU USE CHAT GTP TO TEACH YOU ARE A SHIT TEACHER
Had ya’ll in the first half didn’t I? AI is fucking dope and it’s writing stuff for me all the time now. Seriously insane.
Lol, you did. I'm glad you're not a mouth-breather. It really is incredible. If you come across any novel, counter intuitive or effective uses for it re your writing then share hey!
Also in a high school English setting. One of the best things I’ve done with it is feeding it an essay of moderate quality then asking it to rewrite it with academic rigour and flair. GPT will do a fantastic job at rewriting it.
But that’s just half the fun. Then ask it to create a bullet point list of all the changes it has made at the word and sentence level. It’ll spit out a huge list of every change it made and why — instant feedback. I’ve been showing my senior students this as a means of getting instant feedback to develop their writing skills.
I love the idea that I could cut down on my marking time through the term and have them submit an essay digitally and still give concrete feedback. Man the amount of time I would save. Or, to put that another way, the amount of time this would free up for me to allow more practice essays to get done!
I will often ask it to generate literacy activities for my classes. "Generate a group activity that allows 8th grade students to practice identifying poetic techniques." It also generates glossaries and word lists so fast that it never fails to make me smile. I will also ask it to generate essay questions, or PETAL/TEEL paragraphs on specific texts/topics that I use as examples for modelling technique. Similarly, I can use it to generate short stories or text examples for student analysis that highlight a specific technique or style I'm trying to teach.
These are all tasks I'm perfectly capable of, but are time-guzzlers - I playfully call it digital delegating.
'Digital delegating' - what a corker! Thanks for sharing, I can see how that would save heaps of time.
Here's what I've been playing with.
I want you to become my prompt engineer. Your goal is to help me craft the best prompt for my needs. The prompt you create will be used by you, ChatGPT. You will follow the following process in your response:
Your first response will be to ask me what the prompt should be about. I will provide my answer, but we will need to improve on it through continual iterations by going through the next steps.
Based on my input, you will generate two sections. a) revised prompt (provide your rewritten prompt). It should be clear, concise, and easily understood by you and b) questions (ask any relevant questions pertaining to what additional information is needed from me to improve the prompt)
We will continue with this iterative process, with me providing additional information to you and you updating the prompt in the revised prompt section until I say we are done.
When we are done with the prompt, I want you to generate your response and ask me if I want anything added, removed or changed.
Just paste the parts between prompt/end-prompt and follow along. When you think the prompt is awesome, say done.
Play with it.
Man this is so good. You're the type of mind that, when asked "What do you wish for?" answers "I wish for a million wishes?" huh? Thank you for sharing the concept, I absolutely will be trying that out.
It's really good, right!
Whatever you do, get the paid version. It’s so, so much better than the free version.
Bit prescient that - I subscribed to the paid version over lunch! I'm still trying to get a feel for the difference but I'm taken enough to go and play now and see what a month of Chat4 feels like. It is actually one of the reasons I put this post up. When MidJourney came out me and my cousins had THE most fun coming up with "Have you tried this" style things for weeks! Took my breath away - but I don't feel like I've got there yet with Chat.
Yeah, depends what you’re doing with it. Simple stuff it’s not so different. You give it complexity and you’ll get complexity.
I’m just an ex military instructor who lurks here cuz I’m considering a masters of teaching. But I reckon the way forward is asking students to do harder stuff faster.
Eg, “write me a 500 word essay with references on xyz” then ask GPT for follow up questions, ask it to explain what the references mean, etc.
One massive advantage of GPT-4 is that it will give you real academic references, whereas the free version just makes stuff up.
Read this interaction with the chat bot: https://imgur.com/a/9cKhFO4
It's every bit as interactive and amazingly smart as it seems in those screenshots.
For sure, this could be used for oracles in solo play. Actually, the chat bot can serve as a Game Master, too. I've tried tha...
I do similar with NovelAI. They don't have a dedicated chatbot, but their Euterpe model has a settings default that works well with the style.
Also, don't trust OpenAI. They are not open at all and have no interest in user privacy.
This is the best use of ML-enabled solo gaming that I've seen so far, thank you! That went a lot better than I was expecting.
I've since gone further and had even better sessions. But I don't want to screencap them. I want people to go play with it themselves and make their own stories.
Do you have some suggestions for priming and prompts to get the AI started? For me, GPT-3 keeps insisting on writing text reserved for the player, or declaring that the player does something without any input. (I guess this would be called railroading with a human DM.)
I want to try it with ChatGPT as it seems far better optimized for such conversational tasks. Do you have any good primings for ChatGPT that lets you play DnD with it?
I have something that will blow your mind.
What if I told you that this was from a session I had one on one with an AI? Actually they’re from several different mini sessions, but the point is it was all AI.
I have a post about it that’s being checked by the moderators before it’s published, but I couldn’t wait to share.
This is infinite stories. Infinite settings. Infinite adventures. Infinite NPCs. You can set parameters for the story including the vague setting (a coastal town, a steamy jungle, a dark dungeon, a bustling city). My jaw was on the floor the entire time.
Hopefully my post goes through soon so I can show people how this works!
What program is this??
> It will keep secret information hidden and only reveal them if the player asks.
Does it though? Or does it just make stuff up the moment you do ask based on random clues it came up with earlier? Is there any indication that it really had thought of this before and just didn't mention it / decided to keep it hidden for now? Cause that's imho a big difference.
I was thinking of doing something similar. This is incredible. Thanks for posting.
Now I kind of want to see how an AI would write a science fiction plot about an AI uprising.
This is how it begins, you know
This is absolutely wonderful. The idea of the vampire targeting some people because they were the people that turned it into a vampire is such a great twist!
Just a couple of ideas for how to use ChatGPT when learning your TL. (Note GPT 4 is recommended)
(Edit: ChatGPT should not be used as a primary source for your learning. It’s just another tool to help you engage with native-level content!!!!)
(Edit 2: Just to make this clear. ...
People saying Chatgpt isn't a tool for learning languages aren't creative enough. Good post.
Honestly you're right. I've been using it recently as a "give me three A2 sentences to translate from German to english, and three more to translate from English to german"
Then I attenpt all the sentences, and have it correct me, explain why ot thinks something is wrong, or maybe I just said it in an unnatural way.
I've asked my German teacher about it and she approves. She's seen it's responses and says it seems fluent
All of these have the problem that you'll never know if ChatGPT generates correct and natural German, or not. It's pretty good most of the time, but you may end up learning unnatural things. In particular if you force-multiply that by then training yourself with Anki on the generated sentences.
There are plenty of texts written by native German speakers on the internet, why not just use those?
It’s sometimes hard to find tailored content. Generally speaking the GPT4 content appears to be mostly correct. If you want to be absolutely certain there are no grammatical errors you can also use “DeepL write” to check everything.
But you’re correct that it’s better to use chatgpt basing the prompts on actual texts you would like to read
I really don't get why people are so enamoured with the machine-produced German that comes from AI, instead of just learning the real thing.
I didn't learn English from DeepL and ChatGPT. I read English books and watched English movies.
On the contrary! I have tried to ask GPT to put together a short story, essay, poetry, CV and many other structures in my mother tongue and GPT has always came out really good, apart from a number of repetitive phrases or a very rare syntactic error.
I’d personally say, real people are able to make a lot more mistakes than AI.
Use it as a conversation partner, particularly with chrome's talk-to-chatGPT plug in - it makes it talk and it understands your talking.
I like doing this. I know it’s not perfect but mostly it’s a way for me to generate content in my TL without feeling stupid (talking to myself) or self conscious (chatting with a real person.)
I mostly consume media in my TL because that is what I like the most. I also hire an online language tutor occasionally. It costs more and takes more to organize but I like it better than ChatGPT.
For me, its fun to have something that will respond to me in the moments between tasks at work, like its a infinitely patient conversation partner. Plus, by using it in conversation, I can ignore the fact that its wrong all the time (as any conversation partner might be), given that the important thing in conversation is am I understanding it and am I comprehendible to it.
To be fair, I like to use it from time to time to check stuff and then I ask my husband if what this thing writes is correct. He is pretty surprised. The very first time I asked for something, I asked about tips for learning German and basically condensed in simple sentences the focus of my studies (and yes, it says we must immerse in the language).
What I can say is... if you use it as supplementary help, why not? Even if ChatGPT writes something wrong and you apply this to real, daily life, someone is gonna correct you and it will be an important lesson.
Thanks for the tips. ♡
Did NOT expect to see so many hatin comments on here. I’ve used it as well and it’s been incredibly helpful! Props to you OP for being so calm in the replies lol.
Thank you! This topic seems to be more controversial than I thought! :)
I hope everyone reads my edits so my intentions are clear!
Yes so you are a teacher and you are having your students use it, is that right? That’s a really cool idea!
I’ve had it break down grammar and it’s been incredible as well, if you wanted to try that out! It is scary how good this thing is, I think people overestimate how wrong it usually is. I definitely notice strange times it is wrong but if you have free access to that level of advice I don’t see how anyone wouldn’t want to utilize it.
No one is gonna just use ONLY that to learn, it’s so easy to cross verify things it says, and it’s gonna lead you in the right direction way more than not.
Oh and you can have it roleplay people as well. I asked it do some conversations between two gamer friends who are teasing each other during play so I could see what kind of slang and such is used and how those expressions would sound and it was super informative as well. Maybe you could try that with your students as well
Last week we shared Omni AI, while the idea seemed unanimously liked, the main objection was the subscription model and price, so we canceled it and delivered the main requested feature.
[You can get the app on the App Store.](https://apps.apple.com/app/omni-ai-keyboard-chat/id6...
The Chat part of this is a full copy paste of https://github.com/alfianlosari/ChatGPTSwiftUI. You can easily tell since the UI is exactly the same. Kinda crazy to be charging for this, when the only “work” you did was add In app purchases.
Stuff like this shouldn’t be allowed on here
Thank you for making this! I have been looking for a cheaper alternative for an iOS app.
For reference people i checked the App Store prices for chatgpt apps
Genie- AI ChatBot weekly 6.99, monthly 14.99 and a slew of prices
AI Chat - 1 price $19.99
ChatBot - $19.99 /month
AskAI - $4.99/week
Nothing was under 4.99 a week and most were 20+ a month. None give the option to use your own api.
Bing/swiftkey is free and uses a modified gpt4
What about POE? As far as I can tell it’s free, and it lets you access a bunch of different AIs.
I don’t understand your lifetime purchase. Using my own key is optional, but I have to pay $11 to use my own key and pay for my own usage? What if I don’t want to use my own key (what even is my own key?) what does your iap offer me then? What are the downsides to not using my own key, are you able to access everyone’s queries and responses?
If you do not want to use your own api key you can use the app for free until you run out of prompts. Then you can purchase the regular in app purchases.
There are no downsides to not using your own key, but it is cheaper than all other ChatGPT apps on the App Store. Which is why it was highly requested.
No queries or data is stored, everything goes solely to ChatGPT.
So the $11 iap you’re advertising is just to use my own token which I pay for directly to chatgpt. It doesn’t give me unlimited uses, that’s where your monthly subscription comes into play?
Using chatGPT is unfortunately not free - so with the dev’s original option, every time you ask a question, the dev actually needs to pay for it on your behalf; that’s what the original subscription in the app pays for.
However, let say you really don’t want to pay for this app’s subscription, either because you’d rather manage your own chatGPT payment, or maybe you don’t use chatGPT enough to justify the amount you’re paying in the subscription. In that case, you can pay the 11$ to the dev to allow you to use your own chatGPT account. You’ll still have to pay chatGPT, though, because you’re using your own chatGPT account, and every time you ask a question, it still costs money. The 11$ is basically paying the dev for their work on the app itself only.
Hopefully that makes sense!
Damn TIL chatgpt isn’t free
What the regular cost per question asked
I’ve been using https://apps.apple.com/app/id6446180384
If I download that app, the I use my ChatGPT account and it allows me to use it with my iPhone?
This is why I love Reddit. I was really interested in having a gpt app but didn’t want it in the form of a keyboard necessarily. No interest in paying for a dreaded subscription. This suited my wants perfectly
For clarification with your own API the default model is 3.5 which costs you about $0.002 per 1K tokens.
If you do not want to use your own api the regular purchases are also discounted.
Just to check…can’t you use GPT4?
If I'm not mistaken, API access for GPT4 is still waitlist only. As of a few days ago when I checked at least, you couldn't just pay your way into it.
Hey r/excel. ChatGPT can now be used right inside Excel! I created a plugin that lets you prompt ChatGPT with cells as variables. It comes in handy for tasks like writing emails, blogs, and generating keywords. It's also useful for organizing, summarizing, and extracting data. Th...
Seems cool - before I install something with far-reaching data-breach security concerns, any people familiar with security have any feedback?
Sending data outside your organisation without a data protection agreement in place between you and the 3rd party would generally be a no-no in the UK.
I’m sure it won’t be long before corporate licenses are in place with all the relevant security (no different to using Office365), but I’m being very careful with this tech for now, only uploading publicly available information.
I don’t know how it works, but I imagine anything you ask of ChatGPT would be used for future training. I’d hate to think sensitive data could find its way into a training data set, then queried by your competitors.
Great to play it safe until there are more privacy guarantees. OpenAI did commit last month to not using customer data to train models though, which is a small step! https://techcrunch.com/2023/03/01/addressing-criticism-openai-will-no-longer-use-customer-data-to-train-its-models-by-default/
Yeah, the functionaloty on this looks amazing but it has "major GDPR breach" potential written all over it.
Any claimed "Security" is just pure malarkey.
The whole point of the plug-in is to send whatever is in the cell you're pointing it to a 3rd party to do with, and retain, as they please.
Doesn't matter if the plug-in doesn't do anything else and the connection is encrypted.
If you (and your company) don't completely trust ChatGPT/OpenAI, then just walk away.
Yes and no.
Trusting ChatGPT is one thing, sure, but I'm also not installing a plugin (from an unknown source) to check the macro/API code that creates the link between the two. That's what I'm interested in seeing the feedback on.
Just wait for copilot instead.
You missed the essence of the question. No one is questioning GPT, the question is about the author of the code.
My job sadly blocked access to it :/
Literally the first AI-related thing that made me geniunely excited.
Were your early Excel years in the prime of the Clippy era? Sure seems like we're about to get clippy 2.0
I was young in that time so I mostly remember Clippy from Word as I used it more often, but yes. It will be fun to have Clippy's nonchalantly looking at your data while you try and fail with some Excel stuff and having the total certainty that the little punk can easily achieve what you're doing far better and faster than you 😂
Have uploaded a further set of examples and added them to a playlist
Excellent review, and great questions (though, obviously, I'm a bit biased towards the GDI32 part)..
The first thing I noticed was its response to your first Win32 API question - and how it just launched into 32 bit response. Then I noticed the Form v UserForm point re: the hwnd property - I agree that this is likely an influence of the all VB6 source code out there, thought to be fair, Access VBA does have a Form, which has an exposed hWnd property. But I don't think that's what it was thinking...
The 64bit declarations were pretty wrong - moreover, they inconsistent. In the last example - binding it to a class - you see that the first variable m_hDC is declared as LongPtr whereas in every other example, it was declared a Long.
You should have asked it if it knew when VBA's birthday is... :-)
(It turns 30 in 2023, apparently.....)
> Access VBA does have a Form, which has an exposed hWnd property
Mad, good to know 😊
> You should have asked it if it knew when VBA's birthday is... :-)
Haha good question! ... This was it's response:
> Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) was first introduced in 1993 as a part of Microsoft Office suite. It was designed to be a programming language for creating macros, automating tasks, and extending the functionality of Microsoft Office applications. VBA is based on the Visual Basic programming language, which was first released in 1991. VBA allows users to create programs and scripts that can be used to automate tasks within Microsoft Office applications, such as Excel, Word, and Access. It has since become a popular tool for developers and power users looking to automate and customize their Microsoft Office applications.
I’ve used ChatGPT to rewrite all of my listings. It optimizes for search, suggests key words, spits out language that sounds buttery smooth and can even recommend new products based on what you’re selling already. I use it for every customer interaction, but especially if I had a...
You want to carefully read what it writes for you, it can stick in some really glaringly wrong things in the results. Aside from that it can be pretty good.
What do you ask it? Like if you sell a knitted hat…. “How would you describe a knitted hat?”
If i were selling knitted hats and need to generate a description for the listing, i would tell chatgpt about the subjects i want it to cover in the listing, how i want the listing to make customers feel, and maybe some details like pricing and materials. Suppose I knit it by hand, and use organic cotton, and 10% of each sale goes to St Judes. That's exactly the structure of the sentence i would put in there. Just raw details and data, it will do the rest.
EDIT: Here are some examples of how i interact with ChatGPT https://imgur.com/a/1Wh8G9K
Etsy knitwear seller over here. I started using chatgpt for my listing descriptions and Instagram captions. It saves a lot of time as English is not my first language. Most of the time, I adjust the question by adding more details. Sometimes, I combine the different outcomes. I'll copy an Etsy and Instagram example
Write Etsy product description for bridal knitwear listing. Use the following words: mohair and silk cardigan, cropped cardigan, balloon sleeve, made-to-order, expecting bad or cold weather, luscious and rich color, stylish, hand knitted, boho bride, romantic bride, almost 50 colors available, cover up in evening chilly, light and soft, combines perfect with your wedding dress, classic or pop of color, shop name, handknitted, premium materials, artisan, 75% kid mohair and 25 % mulberry silk, option add lurex thread sparkle. Add a subtle call to action at the end of the description. Don't use the words crafted, hand-made, introducing, and welcome
Write instagram caption in conversational tone for end result for Marilyn's custom order, using the following words: shop name, lovely Marilyn, hand knitted, mohair silk, ombré, pink and purple tones, rich and luscious colors, delivered this week in the USA, soft, light and airy, long cardigan, luxurious Don´t use the words masterpiece, introducing, check out, obsessed, and perfect
You just talk to it like it's a person who wants to help you. Use natural, normal language like.. this is not a google search.
You: Hello, I sell knitted hats on Etsy. I have some product descriptions I am hoping you can help me re-write. I want to increase my sales and do a better job of describing my knitted hat to my customer
ChatGPT: Sure! Send them over to me and I can help you re-write your ads.
You: goes to Etsy.com dashboard, opens your product listing, copy and paste your product description from your listing into the chat box and hit Enter
ChatGPT: How does this sound?
Blah blah blah knitted hats blah blah
You: I like that but can you talk more about how I pack my products into biodegradable boxes?
ChatGPT: Blah blah blah knitted hats blah blah boxes are biodegradable.
Keep in mind that chatgpt starts to forget things after a few messages, even if it is in the same conversation.
For the initial prompt, I would use something like, "I am an Etsy Seller who sells [Enter product here] on Etsy. I want my current product descriptions to be re-written with the aim of increasing my sales and providing a clear and concise description of [Enter product here]. Focus on [Enter key aspects you want the description to contain]. Here is one description I would like to be re-written: [Enter product description here.]"
This is great!
Wow that's actually really amazing! I have never been able to properly describe what I make and I gave it a brief description and it gave me GOLD haha thanks!
Yea, it's pretty incredible. Especially when setting up new listings, it just makes the process of content creation super easy. I pay for the $20/month 'premium' service so I have access to GPT4, and there is a noticeable improvement in the quality of content it generates. I rewrote every listing I had and have used it to create one brand new listing, as well as messaging back and forth with customers. It makes my side-gig even less demanding of my time, and that's pretty valuable to me.
I seul vintage furniture and every listing ChatGPT writes me sounds exactly the same minus the specific details. Every single one ends with
Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to own a vintage _____________. It's not only a functional piece of furniture but also a beautiful addition to any home decor. Order now and enjoy the elegance and beauty of this unique and stylish chest for years to come!
It makes me sound like a used car dealer. I can refine and refine and get something usable, but it takes so much time. So many other sellers in my niche are using ChatGPT and their listings all have the same weird infomercial vibe with all the same adjectives and selling points. It’s very uncanny valley.
Do you have any tips for getting it to spit out normal human sounding listings with a varied structure?
Idk I prefer GPT3.5 for churning out listing descriptions
I actually like the before more
Yea? What do you like better about the before? The only thing I'm not sure I like about the new is it does have a bit of a cheesy salesman feel to it.
You're probably being downvoted by people who have been doing this already and don't want everyone else to catch up.
My take is you are using a robot to better communicate with another robot (etsy's algorithm). This can obviously be bad if either robot does a bad job of catering to the needs of the human user. Like how web results got way harder to navigate and find what you are looking for once everything got SEOd out ~10 years ago. The web is harder for people now.
I realized this once I tried it out for myself & saw some similar language & syntax for similarly listed items. I wouldn’t mind occasionally using it with some edits; it reads very sterile otherwise (to me at least,)
best uses of chatgpt
Here are a few key considerations
Customer Service: Chatbots powered by GPT can be used to provide customer service and support, answering frequently asked questions and resolving common issues.
Lead Generation: Chatbots can be used to generate leads by engaging with website visitors and collecting contact information.
Personalization: GPT-powered chatbots can be used to personalize the user experience by offering tailored recommendations and content based on user preferences and behavior.
E-commerce: Chatbots can be used to assist with e-commerce transactions, such as helping customers find products, providing product information, and processing orders.
Language Translation: GPT-powered chatbots can be used to facilitate communication between people who speak different languages, providing real-time translation services.
Recommendation: The best use of ChatGPT depends on your specific business needs and goals. However, some common use cases include customer service, lead generation, personalization, e-commerce, and language translation. When implementing a ChatGPT-powered chatbot, it's important to ensure that it's user-friendly, provides accurate information, and is able to handle a variety of user inputs and queries. Additionally, it's important to regularly monitor and update the chatbot to ensure it's meeting your business needs and providing a positive user experience.