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What can the plugin do for you

Examples of how you can interact with the ChatGPT Plugin
Learn about the many things the ChatGPT Plugin can do for you:

Notebook Authoring

Creating notebooks

Ask ChatGPT to create a notebook for you based on a topic you're interested in.
What to see the results of that prompt? View the notebook here!

Updating the content of a specific cell

You can ask ChatGPT to update specific cells by using the Copy Link to Cell option and then asking ChatGPT to update or improve the content within that cell:

Continue Working on an Existing Notebook:

You can ask ChatGPT to continue to work on an existing notebook, either one you previously created in the Noteable UI or one that you previously created in ChatGPT. Simply copy and paste the URL for the notebook and tell ChatGPT what you want to add to that notebook:

Working with Projects

Change your default project

To change your default project within ChatGPT, simply copy and paste the URL from within Noteable and tell ChatGPT to make that your new project:

Creating New Projects:

Easily prompt ChatGPT to create a new project for you:

Creating Git-Backed Projects

You can also use ChatGPT to easily create a new project in Noteable that's based on a clone of a GitHub or GitLab project:

Accessing Uploaded Files:

One of the big benefits of using the Noteable ChatGPT Plugin is that the Plugin has access to all of your resources within Noteable, including files you have uploaded to your project. Learn about how to upload files and then access those from ChatGPT prompts.

Uploading Files to Your Noteable Project

You can not upload files directly to ChatGPT. Instead, visit your Noteable account at and follow the instructions here to upload a file to the project you'd like to work in.

Accessing Files Uploaded to your Noteable Project

Once you have a file uploaded, you can simply tell ChatGPT the file name and describe the type of analysis you'd like to do.

Accessing Data Connections and Using SQL

Noteable's ChatGPT Plugin becomes even more powerful when used with a data connection and SQL queries. Learn more about how to set up a data connection and what you can do with them from the ChatGPT Plugin.

Creating a Data Connection

You can not create a data connection from the ChatGPT plugin. Instead, visit your Noteable account at and follow the instructions here to create a new data connection.

Accessing Data Connections

Once you've set up a data connection within your Noteable account, you can easily ask ChatGPT to begin to use that data connection to help answer questions by telling ChatGPT the name of the data connection you want to use:

Asking about the tables within your DB

You can ask ChatGPT to identify the tables and schemas available to you within your data connection:

Use SQL to Query a Database Table:

Or when you know what table you want to use, you can begin asking ChatGPT questions:

Accessing Secrets Stored within Noteable

Noteable allows users to securely store sensitive information, like credentials or tokens, so that they don't need to be written into the text of the code cells within a Notebook. You can create a secret within Noteable and then tell ChatGPT to use that secret in support of your analysis.

Creating a Secret

You can not create a secret from the ChatGPT Plugin. Instead, visit your Noteable account at and follow the instructions here to create a secret.

Access Secrets Stored within Noteable:

Once you've created your secret within Noteable, you can also tell ChatGPT to access that secret:

Kernel / Hardware Selection:

Change your Kernel


Misc ChatGPT interactions

Most often ChatGPT will include in its response a link to the notebook it has been working on for you, but if it doesn't simply ask it to provide you with the link:

Keep working

Sometimes ChatGPT itself runs out of space to finish a request. To make it pick up where it left off, simple type Continue