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ChatGPT Integration and FAQ

This integrations provides access to ChatGPT directly within MarketMuse, providing a smoother workflow. It avoids cutting and pasting data between applications while offering common preset prompts, which can be customized.

How the ChatGPT Integration Works

Highlight any text within the MarketMuse editor and a pop-up appears from which you can select a pre-defined prompt. Currently, there are four of them:

  • Answer a Question — within the context of [focus topic], answer the question “[highlighted text]”
  • Expand a Concept — within the context of [focus topic], expand and elaborate on the idea of “[highlighted text]” in 2 paragraphs, using the 10 most relevant words from this list: [topic model terms comma separated]
  • Create Outline — draft an outline on the subject of [focus topic], and including the most relevant concepts and ideas from this list: [topic model terms comma separated]
  • Article Draft — write me a [target word count]-word article on the subject of “[focus topic]” and include the following words: [topic model terms comma separated]

You can modify the prompt as you see fit, before submitting it to ChatGPT. Learn more about using these pre-defined prompts.

When ChatGPT returns the generated text, you can either:

  • Copy it to the clipboard
  • Insert it at the cursor
  • Regenerate the response
  • Create a brand new prompt

What if I Want to Use a Different Prompt Than What’s Shown?

The four pre-defined prompts are just for convenience. You can use any prompt you want. Select any prompt, then change it before sending it to ChatGPT.

How to Connect ChatGPT to MarketMuse

Only an Organizational Admin can make this connection via the Integration Tab in Settings. MarketMuse communicates with ChatGPT via an API key, so you’ll need to get your own from OpenAI — you’ll need to signup here to get this.

Note that OpenAI’s API is separate from ChatGPT and ChatGPT Plus — you can find out more about their pricing here.

Once you’ve entered your OpenAI API key, and accepted the terms and conditions, the API will connect. Now anyone in your organization with access to MarketMuse can access ChatGPT from within our platform to generate text.

How to Disconnect ChatGPT from MarketMuse

Removing the API key from the integrations setting (which for security reasons appears as *******) will disconnect ChatGPT from MarketMuse. Make sure you click the check mark after deleting the API key. You’ll get a message that the API is disconnected.

Who Can Use the ChatGPT Integration?

Once an Administrator of your MarketMuse account connects the OpenAI API, anyone with access to your MarketMuse account has access to ChatGPT.

Is the API free?

No, although they do offer some free tokens to start (a token equates to part of a word). As of this writing they offer $5 in free tokens which expire after three months. This should be more than enough to try it out.

Do I need an OpenAI API key if I’m already using ChatGPT?

Yes you need an OpenAI API key in order for the integration to work. OpenAI’s API key is separate from ChatGPT and both are billed independently.

Do I need to have ChatGPT to use the Integration?

No you don’t need to have ChatGPT (free or paid) in order to use the integration. But you do need an API key from OpenAI.

What’s the Cost for Using the OpenAI API?

Pricing is based on token usage. Check the OpenAI pricing page for the latest pricing. As of this writing it’s $0.002 / 1K tokens. To give you an idea, one thousand tokens is equivalent to approximately 750 words.

How do I Control Access to ChatGPT in MarketMuse?

Entering the API key enables ChatGPT for everyone in your organization’s MarketMuse account. Removing the API likewise disables that access.

You can set usage limits for the OpenAI API here, via OpenAI’s platform.

What languages does ChatGPT support?

ChatGPT is multilingual — but that’s a by-product of learning human language. Something to keep in mind is that ChatGPT is “biased towards the cultural values of English-speaking people.”

Updated on April 13, 2023

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