My favorite fun feature of ChatGPT – intelligent titles.

When you start a new chat in ChatGPT it automatically saves it in your side navigator. Kind of like a google doc. But after a couple a seconds – when you have put in your first request, it automatically creates a title. In Google docs – this is only pulled from the first line of your doc (when you click on the name). But ChatGPT does it intelligently (and automatically). Here is my first entry from a post today – I put it into a google doc to illustrate the difference – Google just pulls from the first line. Chat mainly pulls from the last line, but in a pithy way. I wonder if it could do tabloid headlines next?

First EntryGoogle doc Default TitleChatGPT Default title
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