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[Guide] Should You Buy ChatGPT For Your Team?
Unpacking the benefits of Team ChatGPT; how to get AI to take notes in your meetings for free
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Here's what we're covering today:
Ways to use ChatGPT as a team and recommendations based on team size
New AI-powered meeting notetaker Fathom and how it works
Concerns around AI models trained to deceive & more
Let’s get to it! 👇
How To Get Your Team on ChatGPT (Without Wasting $)
OpenAI has launched Team ChatGPT last week, and we immediately got questions on whether we think you should subscribe.
So today, we're breaking down the different ways to use ChatGPT as a team (of 5 people).
Let's be honest that you could totally use ChatGPT 100% for free (in which case, there's other alternatives we'll cover again soon).
Use Free ChatGPT accounts
Share on paid ChatGPT Plus account
Buy 5 ChatGPT Plus accounts
Buy 5 ChatGPT Team seats (new!)
Custom build a ChatGPT clone
But what do you get with each? What are the costs? The data privacy?? 👇
So what should YOU do? Of course it depends - but here's our general recommendations:
Teams of less than 10? Everyone on Team Accounts
For small teams of less than 10, we suggest getting team accounts for everyone. The billing headache alone is honestly worth it, and as OpenAI rolls out more team specific features - you're poised to benefit.
To make the most of it -- Encourage use, experiment, and prioritize getting your team up to speed on how AI can streamline your operations. (+ we have a way we can help below!)
Teams of more than 10? Use the Hand Raiser Adoption Strategy
Start with accounts for 3-5 people, and set up free accounts for the rest. Upgrade as needed. This way, you can track AI adoption in your team and encourage use, rather than just paying for everyone upfront.
We're doing a series on overcoming AI adoption challenges. So, hit reply and let us know what you're struggling with. 👋
Get on the list for BIG things coming in 2024
Whether you’re stuck in an AI adoption rut or looking to level up your team this year - we’ve got some big things in the works.
Our new trainings & programs always fill up fast, so let us know what you’re interested in (or hit reply!):
Start Having AI Take Your Meeting Notes (Free Option!)
You know the absolute CHAOS around meeting notes.
Don't feel ashamed - we've been there too.
But we haven't lately because of our team's heavy adoption of AI notetakers.
AI notetakers aren't new. BUT we did recently find an AI notetaker with a free, unlimited plan for individual use: Fathom AI
How it works:
Fathom AI joins your video calls as your AI companion
After the call, it summarizes and pulls out action items
You get an email which you can even share with other participants if you want.
For your reading list 📚
FINALLY, Copilot is starting to be available to “the rest of us”...
Microsoft's new $20/month Copilot Pro plan brings AI to your 365 apps - making all those fancy AI demos more accessible to the public, where Fortune 100 were the only companies getting access before
Adopt AI thoughtfully, otherwise…
AI-generated Amazon listings and apologetic bots are on the rise, hinting at big companies' AI adoption. And the result is KINDA funny.
Will we have a new AI in all of our pockets?
Rabbit is the newest pocket AI companion everyone’s talking about, and it is flying off the shelves.
We'll see you again soon! Thoughts, feedback and questions are much appreciated - respond here or shoot us a note at [email protected].
🪄 The AI Exchange Team