ChatGPT to Markdown - A Bookmarklet to Export Chats
Have you ever had a valuable conversation with ChatGPT and wished you could save it for future reference? Look no further! With the ChatGPT to Markdown bookmarklet, you can export your ChatGPT conversations as markdown files with just a few clicks.
The Power of Markdown
Markdown is a lightweight markup language that allows you to format text easily and efficiently. It's widely used for creating documentation, writing blog posts, and even taking notes. By exporting ChatGPT conversations as markdown files, you can preserve the structure and formatting of the chat, making it easier to read and share.
How to Use the Bookmarklet
Using the ChatGPT to Markdown bookmarklet is simple. Just follow the steps below:
1. Install the Bookmarklet
Drag the bookmarklet button below to your bookmarks toolbar:
2. Open or Start a Chat
Open the ChatGPT interface or any page where you can interact with ChatGPT. Open an existing chat or start a new chat and have a conversation with ChatGPT as you normally would. Ask questions, provide prompts, or discuss topics.
3. Export as Markdown
When you're done with the conversation and want to save it as a markdown file, click the "ChatGPT to Markdown" bookmarklet from your bookmarks toolbar. In FireFox this will download the file with the title of the chat as its name.
That's it! You've successfully exported your ChatGPT conversation as a markdown file.
The ChatGPT to Markdown bookmarklet provides a convenient way to export your ChatGPT conversations as markdown files. By preserving the structure and formatting of the chat, you can easily refer back to your conversations and share them with others. Give it a try and start archiving your valuable ChatGPT interactions!
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