Is anyone aware of any release log or any sort of information on the changes in the store such as:
- search relevance continual changes
- changes in ‘chat’ bubble display
Right now I’m wondering how others are managing to gauge success of their apps, or understand how to continue to build without much information on how the store itself is being managed.
Here is a simple question, how are other builders determining that people are using their gpt’s other than themselves? Put simply how do you know if anyone is actually finding, and using your gpt. I’m discounting other developers, friends, etc. etc., aka - people actually discovering gpt’s…
There are four million gpts, so if you are doing a correct marketing of your gpts, outside the same store, social networks, advertising, website, you will capture potential users who use them, however my point of view is that the same creators are the ones who use their own gpts, and it has to be a gpt that provides capabilities beyond what is a normal gpt built with gtp builider, API calls, customization.
Now, the store is just a prototype where the only direct beneficiary is OpenA at least for now, surely new updates will come and the store will be opened in some way for non creators but for user
Yeah, so that’s basically what I am asking. Outside asking friends, family, etc. etc.
The fundamental question is how are people other than your ‘friends’ finding and using your GPT? Can you find mine? Can I find yours? How?
Also, I’m assuming no one is advertising their GPT, given there is essentially zero ability to track if that advertising is turning into any sort of return. Plus, advertise to who? You’d have ot advertise to people who have a plus subscription…which is a very small group…but you can’t target them anyway…
Something that happens is that in the store there are GPTs created by us developers. Now, the question is, which GPTs do you use from other people? At this point, you go to the GPT store and use the search box. Here it exists that the condition for you to use the GPTs is that you must have a subscription account, pay out 20 dollars a month, otherwise, you cannot use those GPTs. In the development of the same GPTs, in my case, I am the one who uses the chat GPT system for anything in general, I create my prototypes and specialize them for my development, for example, to create my server in PHP, I created a private prototype with which I solved issues when implementing an API. As you can see, the answer is that in the end, we only have as a reference the topmost in the statistics of the most used, but that statistic is not in relation to third-party users, every time I use my own GPT, those messages accumulate. So, for now, this is very closed.
Now, the store is in Beta, the GPT Builder is in Beta, we expect more updates, for example, open versions to the public of the free version for example that use our GPTs with message limitations or something similar, for now this makes no sense at all. If you move to the API subscription, if you are a coder then things change, you will have access to the OpenAI API and you will be able to have access to statistics, simply because you buy tokens and sell tokens.
Okay sure, good points. One note, why do you say the store is in ‘beta’? I haven’t seen anything from Openai saying it’s ‘beta’.
Regardless, my question still stands other than builders just tooling around with their own GPT’s, how does anyone know if someone is actually using their gpt?
“The truth inside the store is that you only have as a reference the messages that are increasing within the GPT; that is the only visual reference. Then, the store said it is in beta, because in this first quarter of the year they have to establish how monetization will be handled, and they will start with GPT developers in the U.S. Therefore, they have to implement new functions. Now, I use OpenGPT, a third-party tool from OpenAI that tracks usage data of your GPTs, clicks made, but since they are not subscription-based users, they do not use the GPT. On the other hand, you can see statistics, but in reality, I am the user of those GPTs.”
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