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ChatGPT Plus Users Can Now Send Up to 50 Messages Every Three Hours

OpenAI has increased the message cap for ChatGPT Plus users from 25 to 50 every three hours for paying subscribers.


has increased the message cap for ChatGPT Plus users from 25 to 50 every three hours. This means that users of the plan can now send up to 50 messages using the chatbot model before they are throttled.

The increase in message limit is a welcome change for businesses, developers, and AI enthusiasts who use Plus. The previous message cap of 25 was often too restrictive, making it difficult to explore and experiment with ChatGPT plugins. The new message cap of 50 allows for more extensive interaction with the model, which can lead to better results.

The increased message cap is also a boon for users who simply enjoy chatting with the chatbot. With more messages allowed, users can have longer and more in-depth conversations with the model. This can be a great way to learn more about ChatGPT and its capabilities.

The new message cap is currently rolling out, so some users may still see the original cap of 25. However, OpenAI has said that the new cap will be applied to all ChatGPT Plus users in the coming weeks.

As of July 21, 2023, there are reports that the ChatGPT message cap has been increased to 200 messages every three hours. This is a significant increase from before but it has yet to be confirmed by OpenAI or announced in the release notes. In other words, take this one with a pinch of salt.

Code Interpreter Boosted ChatGPT Plus Earlier this Month

Earlier this month, released a new plugin for its chatbot ChatGPT Plus that enables users to write and run code in natural language. The plugin, called Code Interpreter, is designed to make coding more accessible and fun for both beginners and experts.

Code Interpreter is a handy feature that lets you chat with code. You can ask ChatGPT to write code for you in natural language, and it will show you the code and the output in the chatbox. You can also modify the code or give inputs to try it out.

Code Interpreter is great for learning how to code, as you can see how your words translate into code and what they do. It is also useful for coding experts, as it can help you with common tasks or queries in a snap. You can access Code Interpreter on the web by using ChatGPT Plus beta panel. Just start a code block with #code and ChatGPT will do the rest.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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