Ive had the same issue. While all the new features of the dashboard are in place for API developers, not all of the functions are working. So as a developer event, they are likely handling that stuff first, and then ensuring GPT 4 turbo works for end users as well. However I can’t seem to select GPT 4TURBO from any drop down menu in the playground dashboard
I’m also experiencing the same issue. However, a bit later they removed that feature and reverted to the previous version where we could select the models. I found it odd because I used it a few times through the app and after a while it stopped working. I don’t know if they are trying to roll it out gradually to specific countries, but for some of my friends who are also Brazilian, it’s working normally.
My web UI has been updated to the new features, and web browsing now seems to work fine for me at least.
Have you tried restarting the page/clearing cache to see if that helps?
You might have to “remind” it at times that it can, in fact, search the web. I’m beginning to notice that at the moment. I think now that it retrieves all tools itself, it’s going to take some time for it to understand and interpret which tool it’s supposed to use, and which tools it has available.
I have no ideas. I can use web bing I mean yesterday and When I got up this morning the web bing just disappeard. I tried on “Setting” and I could not find any button to enable bing like I done it before. I am on Plus version or if there is any version just for browse Web. LOL
Ok It seems I am able to go browse now. Its annoying that new user only allowed replied 3 times in the same topic.
Did you take to make sure it recognizes your GPT plus subscription?
I’m really sorry, I genuinely can’t figure out why it’s giving you that message. The only thing I can think of has to do with not having a plus subscription, otherwise I don’t know.
As much as I appreciate the intention of the advice, having to bear the responsibility of telling, much less reminding, ChatGPT about a paid service that allows you to access it in the first place is counterintuitive and extremely cumbersome, detracting from the overall UX. It should be capable of realizing whether or not you are a PLUS user based on the features it has readily available for deployment, i.e. nothing locked behind a paywall
I have reluctantly, and on multiple occasions, tried reminding chatGPT that I was indeed a PLUS subscriber during instances where it claimed it lacked features that were advertised as “built into” it, or claimed it couldn’t perform a given task despite being granted the necessary capabilities via function calls using 3rd party plugins. Neither of them have worked as a solution.
I’ve literally been going through this as well since the new updates and I was so frustrated. I tried all the things suggested here like you did and nothing worked. What I did was go to a past chat where I had browsed with Bing. I asked chat could it browse and it said, “No…” I then copied and pasted the message where it had browsed and fed it back to Chat and told Chat it could and had done it in the past. I made sure the text “As of blah blah of 2023” was in my message. Then it “recognized” it could and started browsing with Bing again. Not sure if this will help or if you’ve done this. Worth a try if you haven’t.
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I simply instructed the engine to “browse the web for…” and it used Bing to do so then displayed quick summaries of articles with links. Hope this helps.