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Using ChatGPT inside Google Sheets

Monday 27 May 2024

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Started 18:30 PM

Finished 21:00 PM

Organized by Wolfgang Dafert


Address: n.º 87 Rua 5 de Outubro
#loja 7
9000-216 Funchal

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About this event

Integrate ChatGPT with Google Sheets to batch prompts, and build a personalized, learning ChatGPT with long context memory (2nd brain).Introduction

Harness the power of ChatGPT in Google Sheets to batch process prompts and create a personalized, learning ChatGPT. Use Sheets to establish a contextual memory and build a “second brain.”

This workshop is ideal for those who use ChatGPT often but are hesitant about coding, offering an accessible way to automate prompts.

Common Pain Points Using ChatGPT

Having to Repeat prompts a lot

Difficulty finding old prompts in chat history

Constructing lengthy prompts for accurate responses

Managing excessive contextual data

Manual prompt customization is time-consuming and challenging to scale

ChatGPT has custom instructions but these are limited in length and need to be permanently updated.

How This Course Can Help

We will be connecting OpenAI’s GPT-4 with Google Sheets via a Google Apps Script. But no worry, you get the complete simple script and just need to copy paste it. Then you will learn how to use your new function =GPT(“Prompt”) to leverage Google Sheets and ChatGPT to address these pain points. With personalized guidance, you’ll automate your workflows and add contextual memory to create a learning ChatGPT uniquely tailored to your needs.

Looking forward!


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