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ChatGPT Now Supports File Imports from Google Drive, OneDrive

The feature update helps users who rely on ChatGPT for document-related tasks, as it aims to save time and provide more flexibility in using the chatbot.

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has updated its chatbot, enabling users to import files directly from Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive. This new feature is available to subscribers of , Team, and Enterprise plans, and it leverages the newly introduced GPT-4o model as well as older versions.

Enhanced User Interface for File Imports

The integration is accessible via a small paper clip icon located next to the text entry bar in the ChatGPT desktop interface. Users must grant access to their Drive or OneDrive accounts to utilize this feature. Once access is provided, a variety of file types, including spreadsheets, presentations, and documents, can be imported directly into ChatGPT.
 
The new feature is expected to enhance the functionality and convenience of ChatGPT for users who rely on these cloud storage services. This update aims to save time and provide more flexibility in using the chatbot for document-related tasks.

Interactive Spreadsheet Features

OpenAI has also enhanced the ChatGPT interface to display spreadsheet files in full-screen mode with an interactive interface. Users can make real-time changes to spreadsheets using the AI model and download the edited files directly from the ChatGPT interface. The platform now allows customization and interaction with bar, line, pie, and scatter plot charts. Users can hover over chart elements, ask additional questions, or select colors, and then download the charts for use in presentations or documents.

For users concerned about privacy, OpenAI assures that data from ChatGPT Team and Enterprise customers is not used for training purposes. ChatGPT Plus users have the option to opt out of data training through the Data Controls available in the settings menu.

Markus Kasanmascheff
Markus Kasanmascheff
Markus is the founder of WinBuzzer and has been playing with Windows and technology for more than 25 years. He is holding a Master´s degree in International Economics and previously worked as Lead Windows Expert for Softonic.com.

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