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What popular office messaging app is getting a ChatGPT integration?

Answer: Slack.

A person working on a laptop with graphics of a robotic head and the word "ChatGPT" hovering above the keyboard.
It’s about to get even more difficult to tell whether your coworker who comes across as very robotic on Slack is actually a bot. The Salesforce-owned internal messaging service announced Tuesday that it is going to be integrating ChatGPT into its platform.

Currently, you’ll have to get on the waitlist for the beta version, as it isn’t being rolled out to everyone just yet. Once you download ChatGPT through the Slack App directory, you’ll be able to access it by clicking on the triple-dot icon in a thread.

There will be two options to start, “Draft reply” or “Summarize thread.” The former does exactly what it suggests, letting ChatGPT write up a response to the previous message. You’ll then be able to approve and send it or delete it. The summary feature can create a summary of the thread or research outside information based on it. Once the summary is generated, you’ll be able to make it public so everyone in the thread can see it.