Feedback - Discoverability of GPTs Needs Improvement

Hi OpenAI team,

First off, congrats on the launch of the GPTs store. I think you guys did a great job simplifying what was originally intended in the mockups which is awesome.

My one piece of feedback for the store is I think the discoverability of GPTs is lacking. What I mean by this specifically is currently, only the top 12 GPTs get shown but there are tons of great GPTs that most of us probably have no idea about unless they were directly shared with us. On the current implementation, they are essentially completely hidden which when monetization comes around, essentially is pointless for 99% of the store.

As a suggestion, I would offer one of two things:

  1. Simply show us all the GPTs on a different page per category. So for example, say I click on the writing category, I think it would be a simple improvement to have a “see all” button that shows all the GPTs in this category, instead of just 12. From there, you could filter through “most used”, “new” etc.

  2. Add recommendations for users. This is of course much harder technically, but would make for a great experience for users. Say something like “Since you used this GPT, you might like this”. This down the road would be awesome.

I love the GPTs store concept and I’d hate for it to get stuck over something like this which seems like a bit of a shortcoming currently. Happy to provide more feedback if wanted.

Thanks again for the great work!


Get one of those top twelve and extract their instructions. Most do very little and are next to useless. I have no idea why they were chosen.


Agree some are basically just a prompt then off to their site…not to impressive.

I’ve noticed the same challenge in trying to identify the most popular GPTs in use, as the search results often show only a limited selection without indicating their popularity. In an effort to assist everyone in finding their ideal GPT more easily and efficiently, I’ve taken the initiative to curate a list that not only reflects the usage volume of various GPTs but also organizes them by keywords for easier navigation. This effort is aimed at sharing a helpful resource with the community. FYI,

I like to use to search GPTs