Complete list of plugins and description/funcionatlities of each one

Hello everyone,

I hope you’re all enjoying the newly added plugins and having a great time with them. I wanted to check if any of you are aware of a website that provides a comprehensive list of plugins available on the OpenAI store, along with short descriptions for each one. While many of them are self-explanatory based on their names, it would be extremely helpful to have a clear and concise list. I appreciate your assistance with this matter!

Thank you


I also realized there was a missing resource to gain a deeper understanding of how the plugin functions. Since that information was unavailable, I resorted to seeking assistance from the chat to comprehend the inner workings of the plugin.

how does bramework pluguins work?


Bramework is a powerful tool designed to assist users with various aspects of search engine optimization (SEO) and content analysis. Here’s a brief overview of how its key features work:

  1. Keyword Data: This feature allows you to analyze specific keywords. You provide a keyword, and Bramework will return valuable data such as search volume, keyword difficulty, and search engine results pages (SERP) information.
  2. Related Keywords: This feature helps you find keywords related to a specific keyword. You input a keyword, and Bramework will identify related keywords, providing insights into their respective search volumes, difficulties, and SERP details.
  3. Content Brief: This feature generates a comprehensive content brief based on a user-provided keyword and website URL. This helps guide the creation of SEO-optimized content that aligns with the target keyword.
  4. SEO Analyzer: This feature allows you to assess whether an article is optimized for SEO based on a given keyword and URL. You provide the keyword and URL, and Bramework will analyze the content and provide feedback on its SEO optimization.
  5. SEO Extractor: This feature can retrieve essential SEO information from a specific URL. You provide the URL, and Bramework will extract and present the SEO data.

These features work together to provide a comprehensive suite of tools for individuals and businesses looking to enhance their online presence and improve their content strategy.

I agree and yes, using the chat itself to provide its feedback regarding a specific plugin is a good way to do it for sure. thanks for the reply @raphakatz1985

I’m keeping a list on my AI resource repository. Here’s the list:

Known plugins for ChatGPT that can be used with models and short descriptions of each:

  1. AITickerChat: Retrieve USA stock insights from SEC filings as well as Earnings Call Transcripts.
  2. Kraftful: Your product development coach. Ask about best practices. Get top gurus’ product thinking.
  3. Polarr: Search Polarr’s massive pool of user generated filters to make your photos and videos perfect.
  4. Bohita: Create apparel with any image you can describe! Get it delivered right to your door.
  5. Lexi Shopper: Get product recommendations from your local Amazon store.
  6. Manorlead: Get a list of listings for rent or sale in cities across Canada and the US based on your search criteria.
  7. Speechki: The easiest way to convert texts to ready-to-use audio — download link, audio player page, or embed!
  8. Weather Report Data: Current weather data for cities and airports using METAR aviation feeds.
  9. Likewise#: Your media and entertainment companion. Get TV, Movies, Books & Podcast Recommendations.
  10. Crafty Clues: Guess the words that the AI craftily clues for you. Add restrictions to make the game more interesting!
  11. Algorithma: Shape your virtual life with in this immersive life simulator game to begin Type /start to begin.
  12. Shimmer: Nutrition Coach: Track meals & gain insights for a healthier lifestyle from 1m+ restaurants & grocery stores.
  13. KalendarAI: KalendarAI sales agents generate revenue with potential customers from 200+ million companies globally.
  14. Comic Finder: A plugin that finds a relevant comic given a description. Currently supports XKCD and SMBC comics.
  15. Glowing: Schedule and send daily SMS messages — reminders, inspiration, helpers and more.
  16. Savvy Trader AI: Realtime stock, crypto and other investment data.
  17. Golden: Get current factual data on companies from the Golden knowledge graph.
  18. Zillow: Your real estate assistant is here! Search listings, view property details, and get home with Zillow.
  19. KAYAK: Search flights, stays & rental cars or get recommendations where you can go on your budget.
  20. ndricks Sports: Get information about pro teams (NHL, NBA, NFL, MLB) teams by calling the ndricks Software Sports API.
  21. Open Trivia: Get trivia questions from various categories and difficulty levels.
  22. KeyMate.AI Search: Search the web by using a Custom Search Engine with KeyMate.AI, your AI-powered web search engine.
  23. CreatiCode Scratch: Display Scratch programs as images and write 2D/3D programs using CreatiCode Scratch extensions.
  24. Noteable: Create notebooks in Python, SQL, and Markdown to explore data, visualize, and share notebooks with
  25. Zapier: Interact with over 5,000+ apps like Google Sheets, Gmail, HubSpot, Salesforce, and thousands more.
  26. FiscalNote: FiscalNote enables access to select market-leading, real-time data sets for legal, political, and regulatory information
  27. Redfin: Have questions about the housing market? Find the answers to help you win in today’s market.
  28. BizToc: Search BizToc for business & finance news.
  29. Wishbucket: Unified product search across all Korean platforms and brands.
  30. Giftwrap: Ask about gift ideas for any occasion and recipient. Get it wrapped and delivered, no address needed.
  31. Yay! Forms: Allows you to create AI-Powered Forms, Surveys, Quizzes, or Questionnaires on Yay! Forms.
  32. Speak: Learn how to say anything in another language with Speak, your AI-powered language
  33. Change: Discover impactful nonprofits to support in your community and beyond.
  34. Yabble: Your ultimate AI research assistant; create surveys, specify audiences, collect data & analyze.
  35. Keyplays Live Soccer: Latest live soccer standings, results, commentary, tv stations, keyplays (with and without scores).
  36. Turo: Search for the perfect Turo vehicle for your next trip.
  37. Shop: Search for millions of products from the world’s greatest brands.
  38. GetYourGuide: Find tours, excursions and other travel activities you can book on GetYourGuide.
  39. Your personal SEO assistant for content marketing.
  40. Klarna Shopping: Search and compare prices from thousands of online shops.
  41. PortfolioPilot: Your AI investing guide: portfolio assessment, recommendations, answers to all finance questions.
  42. DEV Community: Plugin for recommending articles or users from DEV Community.
  43. Coupert: Search for the internet’s best coupons from thousands of online stores.
  44. Video Insights: Interact with online video platforms like Youtube or Daily Motion.
  45. edX: Find courses and content from leading universities to expand your knowledge at any level.
  46. Word Sneak: The AI has to sneak 3 secret words into your conversation. Guess the words to win the game!
  47. Tutory: Access affordable, on-demand tutoring and education right at your fingertips.
  48. AskYourPDF: Unlock the power of your PDFs!, dive into your documents, find answers, and bring information to
  49. Instacart: Ask about recipes and discover the ingredients you need — then get it all delivered from local stores.
  50. VoxScript: Enables searching of YouTube transcripts, financial data sources, and Google Search results, and more!
  51. ChatWithPDF: Plugin for asking questions, analyzing, and parsing through PDF documents by simply providing a PDF URL.
  52. One Word Domains: Check the availability of a domain and compare prices across different registrars.
  53. Ambition: Search millions of jobs near you.
  54. Hauling Buddies: Locate dependable animal transporters using recommendations, reviews, and regulatory compliance search features.
  55. Cloudflare Radar: Get real-time insights into Internet traffic patterns and threats as seen by Cloudflare.
  56. MixerBox OnePlayer: Unlimited music, podcasts, and videos across various genres. Enjoy endless listening with our rich
  57. Diagram It: Create and edit diagrams directly in chat.
  58. Tabelog: Allows you to find restaurants in Japan that have availability for reservations.
  59. WebPilot: Browse & QA webpage / generate articles, from one or more URLs
  60. Chess: Unleash your inner chess master with this interactive chess experience! You can play against a novice or a grandmaster!
  61. BlockAtlas: Search the US Census! Find data sets, ask questions, and visualize.
  62. OpenTable: Allows you to search for restaurants available for booking dining experiences
  63. Wahi: Hey Ontario, ask and get so in the know on the latest listings, property insights and more.
  64. Rentable Apartments: Get apartment options in a city of your choice, scoped to your needs and budget.
  65. Vivian Health: Take the first step to finding your next healthcare job.
  66. Prompt Perfect: Type ‘perfect’ to craft the perfect prompt, every time.
  67. Tasty Recipes: Discover recipe ideas, meal plans and cooking tips from Tasty’s millions of users!
  68. Wolfram:Access computation, math, curated knowledge & real-time data through Wolfram|Alpha and Wolfram Language.
  69. Expedia: Bring your trip plans to life — get there, stay there, find things to see and do.

Source: This list is compiled from an Article on Medium at: A List Of All Approved ChatGPT Plugins As Of 14 May 2023 | by Orren Prunckun | May, 2023 | Medium

This is complete at least as of may 14th, but it may have changed. 3 days in the AI world is like 10 years lol.

There is also a list of what appears to be not only store plugins but also additional external plugins at this site here (as mentioned by @novaphil l in the replies below):

And if you’re curious about the repo I mentioned, here:


This is exactly what I was looking for @DarkIlluminatus. thanks for providing the source as well. I agree with you, 3 days is definitely like 10 years :sweat_smile:


You’re welcome :slight_smile: I’ll try to keep that information up to date in the repository. There’s also some model prompts in there, some configured for plugin setups that you may find effective as well. I’ll be adding to those regularly as I am able.

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Not affiliated, but another forum member made:


Thanks for sharing! Definitely check out! Stay subscribed for updates for new plugins and changes to manifests/openapi files. We’re working on surfacing live plugins with private manifests so will be comprehensive soon!

@DarkIlluminatus , thanks for the efforts on keeping the repository up-to-date.

@novaphil thanks a lot for sharing about . , kudos for the initiative and for the great name :dog:

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The name was my proudest idea! :laughing:

We’re supporting plugins with private manifests now. Now the count is up from ~80 to ~150! Check it out and let us know if you have any feedback or ideas for how to make it even any more helpful.

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I would be proud too haha :rofl:

Absolutely! I already have your platform saved on my favorites and notion database and will definitely provide my suggestions.

Have a great weekend!

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Just noticed this, AskYourPDF and ChatWithPDF got “unverified”. I don’t have access to the plugin development stuff, so it’s interesting that they are still installed.

Just submitted my first plugin for verification. Fingers crossed a goes well.
It’s called DM Tool Kit. It gives the model access to the full dice mechanics for the d20 and Fate/Fudge dice systems.
I’ve used it for randomly creating leveled characters for 5e dnd, random treasures, random tavern and shops with random inventory and pricings, as well as in conjunction with web browsing I gave it a link to the greyhawk wiki entry for kas and had it roll up a cr25 encounter stat block. Using the pdf plugins I was able to generate setting specific random characters with equipment and abilities from that setting. Using a pdf copy of my character sheet I was able to have it roll attacks and saving throws for me as well. It also shows it’s rolls so you can verify the results.
If you want to give it a try while I’m waiting to see if it’s verified or needs more work, here’s the link:


Insecure potentially. not unverified. If you upload a pdf with your sensitive info it’s letting you know that the 3rd party dev has access to it. The plugin itself is awesome as long as you realize that your use of it is not private.

If it gets verified and I forget to add it open an issue on the repo :smiley_cat:

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I know this complete list of plugins and description of each one is great. Furthermore, I would like to get tables of function of plugins like this image using the prompt (What can the [plugin name] plugin do? Output a table with every single available function and capability, a second column for a simple yet comprehensive explanation, and a third column with clear example prompts that show off the full capabilities of the plugin within GPT-4.)

Is there any one has already got the tables of all plugins in plugin store or the most popular plugins which is good enough?