Does everything I need it to. I hope they add a complexity slider to allow for targeting for specific audiences.
I really like that i can use it on any device. Keep up the good work!
Loving it so much
To begin with, I appreciate the clean interface, which makes navigation very simple. Additionally, the availability of a mobile app and compatibility with Chrome has greatly facilitated my AI journey.
Mostly good, some bad, read this to see for yourself!
The Desksense plugin performs well and produces a response with no lag each time I try. I'll be honest here, I have not stress-tested yet. The software is easy to use and is very intuitive, though the built-in functionality to automatically stitch together very long prompts would be a welcome addition to its capabilities. You can do this with ChatGPT with careful wording - Google it or ask Desksense!
On their website, they say the following:
Desksense has a word limitation of 750 words per query. The limit of words in your plan is the total number of responses you're getting from Desksense. You'll see a word counter after each response.
One Query ~ 3500 characters ~ 750 English words (Max)
Count of words may vary for other languages
Regenerate will be counted as new query
Access to additional increase in word limit includes Free plan
When I asked desksence the following question, the following were the respective replies:
- Q) How many does desksense's prompt allow?
- A) Desksense's prompt allows up to 2048 tokens.
- Q) How many does chat GPT-3.5's prompt allow?
- Q) ChatGPT-3.5's prompt can have a maximum of 4096 tokens, which includes both the input message and the model's response. Tokens are chunks of text...
I get that tokens don't represent characters but chunks of text etc., but I would expect that given Desksense is Chat GPT-3 based, the answers to the character limit be similar.
I had an issue with their support, but I'll let you make up your mind if it was a misunderstanding or not:
I reported a problem where I could not delete my prompts and the reply I got from Desksense support led me to think that they didn't read my question. I complained about this and received a placatory answer, but they didn't really solve my issue. I was told that it was a known problem and that it would be fixed in the next release. And about 2 days later there was a new release (That included the emoticons) and the prompts auto-magically went away. I wonder if the new release was not scheduled if my problem would have been solved so quickly.
This software is probably the culmination of sleepless nights, blood sweat and tears on the part of its creators and they deserve credit for that. I generally like the look and feel and their execution of the concept, but I'm not sure if I actually need it just now.
Though I had some reservations, I'm sure the software and service can only improve. I think that they deserve a chance and you should try it out for yourself. Another plus side is that you will be grandfathered into the one-off flat rate and will not have to pay monthly for a subscription.
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