June 25, 2024

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ChatGPT allows users to upload from Google Drive and OneDrive directly

ChatGPT allows users to upload from Google Drive and OneDrive directly

A note from OpenAI suggests that you may no longer have to download files you have on Google Drive or OneDrive if you want to use ChatGPT to analyze your data. You will be able to add these files directly to your chatbot. This feature, which will be rolled out to paying ChatGPT users over the next few weeks, will save people from the annoyance of having to download a file first and then upload it again to the chatbot.

Once they have access to the feature, ChatGPT Plus, Enterprise, and Teams users will only need to give the chatbot access to their Google Drive or OneDrive account. OpenAI he says in a blog post The integration means ChatGPT can read Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Google equivalents “more quickly.” Until now, enhanced data analysis features are only available through GPT-4o, the faster and improved version of GPT-4 that powers the paid version of the chatbot.

OpenAI has also improved ChatGPT’s ability to understand datasets from instructions written in natural language. Users can ask the chatbot to run Python codes for analyses, merge or clean datasets, and create charts from information in files.

ChatGPT used to be able to create charts if asked, but now the chatbot lets people interact with the tables and charts it creates, expand the table view, and customize the visualization of the data — for example, by changing colors or asking cells additional questions. ChatGPT currently supports bar, line, pie, and scatter charts for interactive visualizations and will create stable versions for chart types it does not yet support.

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OpenAI reiterates in the blog post that it will not train AI models from data uploaded by ChatGPT Enterprise and Teams users, and ChatGPT Plus subscribers can opt out of training.