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ChatGPT-4O, Custom GPTs, Internet Access, And More Now Available For Free Use

Free ChatGPT users now have access to custom GPTs, allowing for more tailored responses.

GPT-4O, Custom GPTs, Internet Access, And More Now Available For Free Use

They can analyze charts and ask questions about photos using the features added with GPT-4o in early May.

Previously, features like model and web responses, data analytics, chart creation, vision, file upload, memory, and custom GPTs were exclusive to paid users (ChatGPT Plus, Teams, and Enterprise).

These features are now available to all users of ChatGPT, regardless of their subscription level.

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Free ChatGPT users now have access to custom GPTs, a feature that was previously exclusive to paid subscribers. However, they are unable to create their own custom GPTs.

These customized versions of ChatGPT cover a wide range of functionalities, from a thesaurus tool to an Ikea shopping guide.

Those who create custom GPTs can also take part in a revenue-sharing program initiated by OpenAI in March.

Users can now link their OneDrive and Google Drive data to ChatGPT for quicker analysis and personalized chart creation, thanks to the integration of data analytics and chart tools.

Subscribers with paid accounts enjoy the additional benefit of having fewer restrictions on the number of messages they can send.

Free users will be downgraded from GPT-4o to GPT-3.5 once they reach their message or conversation limit.

OpenAI has announced that users with paid accounts will be the first to access the new voice and vision features. It is anticipated that when the next generation model is launched, it will only be available to paid subscribers.

Additionally, those with a paid subscription will receive five times more daily messages using GPT-4o compared to free users.

We have been testing the service extensively and, even with heavy usage, we have not encountered the rate limit on the paid plan yet.

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