I have been using and paying for ChatGPT for a while now but for some reason, plugins aren’t showing up. @logankilpatrick can you help? I have the setting enabled on my account but they don’t show up on the webpage.
I am looking to develop an actual plugin too so I need access.
I don’t know how this community specifically feels about tagging people out of the blue like this, but most every forum I’ve ever been on it’s considered ill-mannered to tag someone who is not already part of the conversation or with whom you’ve not established some rapport.
Tagging someone in your first topic probably isn’t a great way to start.
With that said, if you’re a Plus subscriber, after you’ve enabled plugins in the Beta features settings pane, you’ll need to first select the GPT-4 model in ChatGPT, then you’ll need to select the sub-model. Clicking (or hovering) over the GPT-4 option should reveal a drop-down menu where you can choose between the default model, the browsing model, and the plugins model.
After you select the plugins model, another drop-down menu will appear where you can install plugins and select up to three plugins to use for the conversation.
If I applied to plugin wait list as a developer, should I already have access to develop plugins? In other words, are all people who applied to plugins as developers have access to developing plugins now?