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Chat with your GPTs

  • Martyn Davies
    Martyn Davies
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ChatGPT and any available custom GPTs they now offer are typically a very keyboard-centric experience. However, they don't have to be.

Talking with robots

OpenAI's ChatGPT application for iOS and Android offers you the ability to switch from text input via keyboard to a voice activated interface.

The text and voice input screens in the ChatGPT application

To use the voice input, click on the headphones icon next to the text input in the bottom right of the app. From there you will launch a pulsating white circle that simply waits for you to ask questions. It will then reply to you in one of a selection of very well AI generated voices.

See it in action

We tested it using a custom GPT that we created using Superface. The GPT can access to Google apps, as well as Slack, Notion, Jira and Microsoft Teams.

In this example, Google Calendar, Google Sheets and Slack are used to grab a selection of events from my calendar, add those events to a spreadhseet, and finally send the link to that spreadsheet to a channel in Slack.

All using voice commands.

Note: In this video the response times have been sped up. The actual waiting time for responses can vary depending on the complexity of your prompt and the amount of external requests required to achieve it.

Try it

Are you intrigued? Well, if you want to try this yourself then all you need is to install the ChatGPT application on your mobile device (if you haven't already), and a ChatGPT Plus account.

You can access the Superface GPT here: (we recommend that you pin it to your sidebar for easy access).

Use the starter prompt, "What's on my calendar today?" to get you started. This will ensure you have at least one of your accounts connected and can start testing out the voice capabilities quickly.

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