ChatGPT Plugin Updates
Learn about the latest and greatest from our ChatGPT Plugin
Change hardware size via prompt! Users on the Pro plan who have access to multiple hardware options can now prompt ChatGPT to change the hardware size for a given notebook or start a new notebook with a specific hardware size, to including GPUs.
- We've made some improvements to how we return content like dataframes to the LLM to help it better understand the results without risking going over its context limit
Welcome Message for New Users! We've begun adding a welcome message for some of the new users to the ChatGPT plugin that shares some information and links about how to get the most out of the plugin experience.
- We've made improvements to how we return the list of files within a project that should help ChatGPT have more success in referencing those files from within a notebook
- We fixed an issue where ChatGPT wasn't able to shut down kernels successfully
- We made improvements to allow ChatGPT to include images from notebooks where applicable.
Start Your Kernel via a Prompt! ChatGPT can now be prompted to start a kernel session, seamlessly continuing previous notebook conversations that require a fresh kernel session.
- We've improved ChatGPT's ability to create a notebook and reference a data file when you prompt ChatGPT with a link to the Noteable-hosted data file
- We've improved ChatGPT's ability to locate files inside your project when you prompt it with a filename.
- We've improved how cell outputs are displayed within ChatGPT when large streams of content are viewed.
Change kernel type! You can now ask ChatGPT to change the notebook kernel for a notebook or start a notebook with a specific kernel. For example, you can ask it to create a notebook in R like this:
- We've improved how ChatGPT attempts to access project files. ChatGPT should no longer get confused trying to access a file from a
/projectdirectory that doesn't exist.
- We've improved how ChatGPT attempts to search for and identify project files, enabling you to more successfully prompt ChatGPT to access project files you've already uploaded.
- For newly created Noteable accounts that use email and password to login, we've improved the process for ChatGPT prompting you to verify your account and get you up and running.
Project Summaries! You can now ask ChatGPT questions about a given Noteable project (or your default project) and it will return information including the name, URL, and description of the project from within Noteable.
User Summaries! If you're ever confused as to which account you have used to authenticate with the Noteable ChatGPT Plugin, simply prompt ChatGPT
What can you tell me about the Noteable account I am using?and the plugin will respond with details including the email address, authentication type, default project, and more.
- We've improved how ChatGPT is provided summaries of data tables returned from a notebook so that actions from subsequent prompts about that data are performed on the full dataset within Noteable and not the summary table returned to ChatGPT.
Easily Create Git-Backed Projects! You can now prompt ChatGPT to create a new Noteable project based on a Git repo and ChatGPT will automatically use Noteable's Git integration to create a git-backed project for you:
Create new Projects from prompts! Need a new regular Noteable project? Simply prompt ChatGPT to create a new one for you.
- You can now ask ChatGPT what notebook kernels - the runtime underneath the notebook - are currently running with a prompt of
What kernels are running right now?You can also ask ChatGPT to shut down any running kernels will a prompt of
Stop the kernel for notebook <notebook_url>
- If you encounter a Noteable plugin error, the output will now provide a
request_idwhich, when provided to the Noteable support team at suppo[email protected], can help our team debug the source of the error.
- Dataframe outputs are converted to a small markdown table for quicker preview rendering within ChatGPT.
- Read and summarize your notebooks! You can now ask ChatGPT to read and summarize an entire notebook. Copy and paste the notebook URL into ChatGPT and begin asking questions about it.
- Get started creating notebooks immediately! New user accounts will automatically have a default project set for them so they can immediately begin creating notebooks. No more being prompted to set a default project within ChatGPT!
- ChatGPT can provide better hints when a your account permissions return errors, which most likely means you have signed into app.noteable.io under one account but authenticated with the ChatGPT plugin using a different account.
- Noteable will provide better feedback to ChatGPT on any errors encountered, helping you resolve any issues quicker.