You can now @ ChatGPT via GPT mentions

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Ever heard the term ‘don’t @ me‘? Well, ChatGPT has released an update introducing taggable prompts and expanding the functionality of its GPT Store. Currently, in limited release, the update allows users to access GPT models with specific personas and expertise using the “@” symbol followed by a relevant tag.

Remember that custom ChatGPT launch last November? You could build your own AI pal with no coding required. Well, OpenAI’s taking things a step further. It’s like a library of pre-built experts instantly accessible at your fingertips.

OpenAI has previously allowed users to create and share custom GPT models through the GPT Store. The latest update introduces the ability to search and discover publicly available models within the store, categorized by domain and ranked on leaderboards. Users can also potentially monetize their creations through user engagement.

It faced early challenges with users creating chatbots that violated the platform’s usage policies. The store allows users to create customized versions of the popular ChatGPT tool for specific purposes.

However, some users have used the customization potential to develop chatbots outside OpenAI’s guidelines. Searching for “girlfriend” in the store yields surprising results: “Korean Girlfriend” and “Virtual Sweetheart.”

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