ChatGPT’s new features: Prompt Palettes

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The thread discusses the upcoming “Prompt Palettes” feature for ChatGPT, which will provide users with pre-written text prompts to help with tasks like formatting raw text, summarizing text, and serving as a programming assistant. The feature will use OpenAI’s GPT-3 Codex models, and is similar to a “brushes” feature being developed by Github Copilot Labs.

ChatGPT will soon drop a new feature – Prompt Palettes!

They’re pre-written text prompts to perform tasks like
– format raw text to markdown
– summarize text
– be a programming assistant
– add text from a link as context

How it works and EXACT prompts are pre-written bits of text that accentuate a user’s input for a specific task.

It’s like a magic button for text explained only by pre-written instructions. Here are the prompts to “format” and “summarize”. You should be able to add your own too.

— ChatGPT Coding Assistant —

is slightly different from Prompt Palettes but seems like a pre-written addendum to a query to serve as a one-shot way to focus on a specific vertical task.

This might be forcing the use of GPT-3: Codex explicitly–

Prompt palettes act on a specific message, and ChatGPT is adding a nifty “Add text from link” feature which will allow you to, say, summarize websites easily.

Prompt palettes aren’t new! Github Copilot Labs has been working on a similar magic “brushes” feature that integrates directly into VS Code. They use OpenAI’s GPT-3 Codex models too.

Prompt Palettes will bring these powerful new LLM features to the mainstream of 1 million users! 2023 has just begun for AI.

Thanks to @eeeziii for the idea of reverse-engineering ChatGPT (he did this too)!

ChatGPT is a minified React app with chunked JS that uses Server Sent Events with /conversations to stream the meat of the output. It uses text-davinci-002-render with 4097 max tokens.

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Collection of Awesome ChatGPT prompts to use ChatGPT better

Welcome to the “Awesome ChatGPT Prompts” repository! This is a collection of prompt examples to be used with the ChatGPT model.


The ChatGPT model is a large language model trained by OpenAI that is capable of generating human-like text. By providing it with a prompt, it can generate responses that continue the conversation or expand on the given prompt.


In this repository, you will find a variety of prompts that can be used with ChatGPT. We encourage you to add your own prompts to the list, and to use ChatGPT to generate new prompts as well.


To get started, simply clone this repository and use the prompts in the file as input for ChatGPT. You can also use the prompts in this file as inspiration for creating your own.


We hope you find these prompts useful and have fun using ChatGPT!

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How deep could you penetrate a gas giant like Jupiter where hydrogen turns into a liquid metal at its core?

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Soft robot detects its own damage and heals itself

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