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What is the link reader plugin for chat GPT?
Link Reader is a versatile tool that processes and comprehends content accessible via links or URLs. It can handle a variety of document types, including web pages, PDF documents, PowerPoint presentations, Microsoft Word files, and more. It can even interpret images using Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and decipher YouTube video transcripts. Additionally, it can perform web searches, retrieving the most current information from Google and other search engines.
How do I use Link Reader with ChatGPT?
Available Function(s) and Parameters:
- getContent: This function retrieves the content of any URL. The only parameter is
url, which is the URL to get the content from.
apiSearch: This function performs a Google search and fetches JSON data. Parameters include:
q: The query you want to search.
gl: The country to use for the Google search.
hl: The language to use for the Google search.
tbm: The type of search you want to do.
start: The result offset.
num: The maximum number of results to return.
“Can you use the Link Reader to summarize the content of this article for me? [Insert URL]”
Use Case Interpretation:
Link Reader can help users quickly understand the content of a link without having to open it themselves. This can save time, especially when dealing with large documents or foreign languages. It can also help users perform more effective web searches by retrieving the most relevant information based on their query.
- “Can you use the Link Reader to translate this French article into English for me? [Insert URL]”
- “Can you use the Link Reader to perform a Google search for recent news articles about climate change in the United States?”
- “Can you use the Link Reader to extract the transcript from this YouTube video? [Insert URL]”
- “Can you use the Link Reader to find a recipe for chocolate cake using a Google search, and then read the ingredients from the first result?”
- “Can you use the Link Reader to perform an image search for pictures of cats, and then describe the first image?”
- “Can you use the Link Reader to find a PDF of a Shakespeare play, and then read the first scene?”
The Link Reader plugin is capable of multi-step prompts. Here are three examples:
- Link Reader + WebPilot: Use Link Reader to extract content from a complex webpage, then use WebPilot to generate a simplified article based on the extracted content.
- Link Reader + Speechki: Use Link Reader to extract the text from a PDF document, then use Speechki to convert the text into audio.
- Link Reader + Show Me: Use Link Reader to perform a Google search for diagrams of the human heart, then use Show Me to create a similar diagram based on the first result.
For more information, please visit the Link Reader website.