@ryanfritsch, our Rapid Prototyping Engineer, added a “view” and “close” summary button at the left top panel to help users keep track of their progress without having to scroll up and down back at the top of the chat to see previous summaries.
New Prompt Library Feature
The prompt library now has a “pop up” feature, which allows users to open and close the prompt library whenever they want to. We also made the “text input” bigger to make it more noticeable, allowing users to see more text lines.
Another new feature in the prompt library is the “bookmark icon” in the bottom right of your message, which you can click to save your prompts in your own prompt library. Once a prompt is saved, it should now automatically pop out on top of your prompt library.
We also updated our menu button and added our data privacy page for users to review. In addition, if you want to see the Chrome extension version, you can now click the version on the menu, and it will direct you to the changelog, where you can see all the different releases and changes that we made in each version.