ChatGPT is a large language model developed by OpenAI. The tool can understand and respond to natural language inputs, which makes it perfect for engaging in conversations. However, did you know that you can communicate with ChatGPT through WhatsApp?
Below, we’ll delve into how to use God in a Box, an innovative project that enables smooth communication with ChatGPT through one of the most used messaging platforms worldwide; WhatsApp. We will walk you through the entire process so you can effectively use this cutting-edge technology.
Caveat: Before we start, it’s pertinent to note that with the free God in a Box plan, you can only send 40 messages a month. If you’d like to communicate more with ChatGPT through WhatsApp, you may need to upgrade your account or select an alternative utility.
How to chat with ChatGPT
To begin, navigate to the God in a Box website, which utilizes ChatGPT technology, at the URL godinabox.co. Upon arrival, you will be presented with an introduction page, where you should proceed by clicking on the ‘Get Started’ button, which is prominently displayed in green.
Clicking the blue ‘login’ button will take you to another introduction page, where you will be prompted to sign in. To continue, press the ‘Sign in with Google’ button in red, which indicates that you will be logging in with your Google account. Should you have multiple Google accounts, simply select the one you prefer.
After you’ve signed in, you’ll be taken to a new screen where you’ll have to enter the phone number you use for WhatsApp and hit the ‘Submit’ button. This tells the system which number it should reach you at. Just remember, when you enter your phone number, you’ll have to include your country code or manually enter the international code.
Then, on the next page, you’ll be given some steps to follow. First things first, you’ll need to send a WhatsApp message to the number provided. Keep in mind that you can message people who aren’t on your contact list. But, if you click on the number provided, WhatsApp will open up and you’ll be able to start a conversation right away.
The first message you need to send to ChatGPT on WhatsApp is the one that’s specified on the website. This is a verification message for your account, so the system knows it’s really you. This is important to prevent any pranks, like making the bot message someone without your consent, or allowing someone to start a chat without using their Google account.
After sending the verification message to ChatGPT on WhatsApp, you’ll receive a web link. This is the last step. You’ll have to visit the website provided to finish creating your free user profile by providing some information like your age, gender or city.
Once you’ve entered all the details on the website and hit submit, you’re all set. You can now start using ChatGPT on WhatsApp. Just don’t forget that with the free account, you have a limit of 40 messages per month.