ChatGPT ditches the need for an account, making the AI more accessible than ever

This feature is slowly rolling out, and it’s not available to everyone yet

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ChatGPT has been a go-to assistant for many, and rightfully so. Well, it seems that ChatGPT will get even better with the upcoming changes.

OpenAI has a plan to make ChatGPT easily accessible, and you won’t even need an account to use it.

You will be able to access ChatGPT 3.5 without a user account

Many claim that Copilot is not as good as ChatGPT and some users are disappointed by Copilot. One of the problems is the ease of use, and it seems that OpenAI plans to make additional improvements in that regard.

As reported by MSPowerUser, ChatGPT will be accessible without an account in the future. OpenAI blog post expands on this stating that 100 million people across 185 countries use ChatGPT weekly.

To prevent any potential misuse, OpenAI added additional safeguards that will block prompts and generations in certain categories.

Of course, there are still benefits to using an account, such as the ability to save and review chat history, share chats, and get access to custom instructions, voice conversations, and other features.

This feature is rolling out gradually, so most likely you won’t be able to start using it today. In other news, GPT-5 and Llama 3 might come sooner than expected, so stay tuned for more information.

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