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How to Find Your ChatGPT Shared Links on GPT-3.5 and GPT-4 (2023)

Wouldn’t it be great to share a chat (like this) from chatGPT with a friend, or a creative colleague so they see exactly what you’ve done, learn, and share your prompts? Perhaps you’ve done it once or twice but don’t remember how to find your chatGPT shared links again. You aren’t alone. chatGPT shared links are rolling out only to a subset of users. But this trick might help you use this feature sooner without having to upgrade to GPT-4.

What are chatGPT shared links?

OpenAI has an OpenAI blog published on May 26, 2023, revealed that sharing functionality would begin rolling out to ChatGPT Plus users. (But this article will help you find the share link if you are on the free 3.5 version!)

ChatGPT shared links enable users to create a unique link address for their ChatGPT conversation. The unique ChatGPT URL can be shared just as any other URL, replacing awkward screenshots, or the need to copy and paste to another app.

Steps to Find Your ChatGPT Shared Links on GPT-3.5

If ChatGPT hasn’t granted you access to shared links, you will not be able to find them on your desktop (your ChatGPT browser experience) – but there is a hack! ChatGPT browser experience seems to have a “refresh” issue. Once you start a new chat, try clicking away from the existing chat (to select any of the previous chats), and then come back to the current chat, the URL will refresh and now you see a unique URL you can share outside of ChatGPT. It’s pretty annoying, I know.

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Here’s a more reliable and permanent solution, you will have to download the mobile app, which by the way is quite user-friendly.

Step 1. Download the ChatGPT mobile app (this link for iOS)

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Step 2A. Share Your Chat Directly Inside Mobile

If you have started a chat inside the mobile app, you can share it at any time by clicking on the 3-dots (…) in the upper right-hand corner of the app, and choosing “Share chat”.

On the next screen, you will see a big blue button that says “Share link” which gives you the ability to share via AirDrop, text message, email, and more.

Step 2B. Share a Chat Previously Started on the Desktop. Here’s How.

Constructing complicated prompts on mobile can be annoying, so most people still opt to use the browser version of the ChatGPT experience. But how do you share a history chat?

Simple! You need to first find the chat history in the mobile app. Once again, click on the 3 dots and choose “History”. All chat history, including mobile and desktop chats, will be visible here.

From there, select the chat you want to share, and then click “Share chat” (seen in previous step). That’s it!

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Conclusion: ChatGPT shared links

Was this helpful? Please let me know in the comments below. I aim to share more 101 and simple ChatGPT hacks for everyday creators and content-based business owners.

With this hack uncovered, you can now construct helpful chats and share them with your colleagues, followers, and email subscribers. With shared links, others with the link can “Continue this conversation” by further developing the prompt for their own use, without interrupting your original chat and prompts created originally.

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There are many good uses of ChatGPT shared links, such as promoting collective knowledge and shared mind.

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