What Happened to the Plugins?

I cannot find Plugins section under Chat GPT 4 tab at the top and cannot access to Plugins market. Suddenly my Plugin activation radio button turned off and I cannot turned back on, it always shows an error. Please check the screenshot.

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They killed them. They are moving to “actions” but not a lot of information is available. So many questions such as can we continue to develop actions on localhost, etc.

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My plugins are back, and beta settings are switched on again woohoo!

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Interesting. Mine continue to fail with cannot find manifest errors and a 400 error in the console when trying to use a plugin via localhost.

Consider: Using vs developing may be two different things if ChatGPT plugins are being retired rather swiftly. Prevent you from wasting your time?

I’m facing the same issue. And support is not helping!

Now all looks good to me. I can reach my plugins from my browsers in multiple devices.

They fixed it now, I can see it now, I think maybe it was a UI problem.

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Not fixed for localhost development unfortunately.

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Same here.

Bildschirmfoto vom 2023-11-07 03-14-38

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Exactly the issue I am seeing. If I do a refresh cmd+r on mac, the plugin disappears from the available list.

In the console:
_app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:11

   POST https://chat.openai.com/backend-api/conversation 400 (Bad Request)

(anonymous) @ _app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:11
ea @ _app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:11
eI @ _app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:11
(anonymous) @ _app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:11
eT @ _app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:11
(anonymous) @ _app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:11
Y.with @ _app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:1
Y.with @ _app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:1
(anonymous) @ _app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:11
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
n @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
u @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
Promise.then (async)
n @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
u @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
(anonymous) @ _app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:11
(anonymous) @ _app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:11
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
n @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
u @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
Y.publicApiCompletionStream @ _app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:11
(anonymous) @ 2713-f38a477b57841007.js:1
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
n @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
u @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
(anonymous) @ 2713-f38a477b57841007.js:1
(anonymous) @ 2713-f38a477b57841007.js:1
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
n @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
u @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
Promise.then (async)
n @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
u @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
(anonymous) @ main-2c03450a19a7bc03.js:1
(anonymous) @ 2713-f38a477b57841007.js:1
(anonymous) @ 2713-f38a477b57841007.js:1
(anonymous) @ _app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:11
handler @ _app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:11
(anonymous) @ _app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:11
eU @ framework-10a404587b40544b.js:9
eH @ framework-10a404587b40544b.js:9
(anonymous) @ framework-10a404587b40544b.js:9
re @ framework-10a404587b40544b.js:9
rn @ framework-10a404587b40544b.js:9
(anonymous) @ framework-10a404587b40544b.js:9
oP @ framework-10a404587b40544b.js:9
eF @ framework-10a404587b40544b.js:9
ro @ framework-10a404587b40544b.js:9
nU @ framework-10a404587b40544b.js:9
nD @ framework-10a404587b40544b.js:9
_app-698dd9b084ab1f0f.js:11 UserError: Plugin for id complete-manifest-9a1b30ff-6a8d-4ad5-bd70-d8df2c9f5bab not found

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Same issue here, the G.M. attacks again…

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@Hackan could you attach the “Bugs” category to that, as this is undoubtedly a bug in chat.openai.com. Not quite sure whether that’s possible - somebody also recommended me to post such things to Bugs - OpenAI Developer Forum . Thanks so much!

(For the record - I currently also cannot develop my plugin because of the same error.)

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Use ngrok to bypass localhost issues.

I have the same problem! I used my plugin locally.
used: “Develop your own plugin” point it to localhost:3334
this worked for months, and as of this week, I see:

Plugin for id complete-manifest-d626aae9-37e9-4e2f-99d7-3419d82fad05 not found

I removed and added it a few times. It seems to ‘install’ ok. ie find and parses the manifest, picks up the name, etc.
but when it tries to use it, I get the error above.

any idea how to resolve this?

Tried ngrok with their pay as you go plan. Plugin installed and looked like it was going to work but unfortunately ended up with Plugin is unreachable error. The URLs updated to the ngrok public URL.

EDIT! Finally have access to GPTs / actions and working correctly! Requires the new GPTs.

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I also see that HTTP 400 to https://chat.openai.com/backend-api/conversation when trying local development :frowning_face: .
I tried posting a bug report in that forum somebody suggested for bugs . Perhaps that helps. Not sure what’s their regular bug report process. Do they have an official tool for that?

It’s been 3 weeks now, and it’s still not working. :frowning: I’m starting to wonder whether OpenAI wants to fix this at all, or really wants us to move to GPTs, though they don’t work with local http URLs either. Or was anybody able to do any local plugin development at all?