Have you utilized ChatGPT to craft an uproariously funny tale? Have you engaged in lively discussions on philosophy or exchanged witty banter? Imagine having an amazing idea or using ChatGPT to unravel a puzzle or create something truly unique, but your only option for sharing it is through a simple screenshot. What if there was a better way?
Say goodbye to the days of capturing screenshots of your conversations with the chatbot. OpenAI has introduced an innovative feature called “shared links” that generates a one-of-a-kind URL for your conversations.
What Do Shared Links in ChatGPT Mean?
“OpenAI announces the arrival of shared links, a fresh and innovative approach for users to share their ChatGPT conversations, rendering the outdated and cumbersome practice of sharing screenshots obsolete,” said OpenAI.
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Shared links in ChatGPT are a novel feature introduced by OpenAI that allows users to generate unique URLs for their conversations with the chatbot. Instead of relying on traditional methods like taking screenshots, users can now generate a shareable link that captures the entire conversation.
Now, you can effortlessly share the link with your friends, allowing them to view the exchange and even continue the chat themselves. No more hassle, just seamless sharing, and ongoing conversations.
How to Create and How ChatGPT Shared Links Work?
Step 1: To generate a shared link, simply glide your cursor over the conversation history menu located on the left-hand side of the screen, and click on the upward-pointing arrow icon.
Step 2: This will open a Share Link to Chat window.
Step 3: Scroll down and then by clicking on the three dots situated in the bottom right corner, you can assign a name to the conversation and choose your preferred sharing method, either anonymously or with your name.
Step 4: Now tap on the Copy Link button.
This will generate a shareable URL of the particular chat.
Are Shared Links Accessible to the General Public? Who Has Access to the Links I Share?
Shared links grant access to anyone who possesses them, enabling them to both view and carry on the linked conversation. However, it is important to exercise caution and refrain from sharing sensitive content via these links, as anyone in possession of the link can access the conversation or distribute the link to others.
In case you have generated a link that you wish to retract from the public domain, you have the option to delete the link. Deleting the link will render the conversation inaccessible through the shared link. It’s crucial to keep in mind that erasing your link won’t erase the conversation from the individual’s personal chat history if they have added it to their chat history.
To Delete or Erase a ChatGPT Shared Link Follow the Steps Below:
Step 1: Tap on your name from the bottom left corner of the screen and then click on Settings.
Step 2: Now click on the Data Controls option.
Step 3: Then click on the Manage option, right in front of the Shared Links option.
Step 4: Now in the Shared Links windows, click on the Delete icon to erase a shared link.
Once a shared link is generated, it will not include any further messages that are later contributed to the conversation. In other words, if you carry on the chat after creating the shared link, further discussions won’t be accessible when using the shared link to access the conversation.
Sharing Made Easier With ChatGPT Shared Links
The concern about sharing ChatGPT conversations has been voiced by numerous users, and OpenAI has actively addressed this matter. With the introduction of shared links, OpenAI has significantly simplified the process of sharing ChatGPT conversations, providing a seamless solution to this long-standing challenge. Remember, though, to exercise caution with sensitive content and enjoy the seamless sharing experience that ChatGPT shared links bring.
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