Ask ChatGPT When Searching Online in Mozilla Firefox

ChatGPT has taken the world by storm. Everyone has been talking about ChatGPT these days. It has become so popular that now ChatGPT website has become too bust to allow new accounts for the new users. If you are one of the lucky users to have created a ChatGPT account (an OpenAI account), then you can use ChatGPT to enhance the search results in the Firefox web browser.

It is done through a ChatGPT extension for Firefox web browser. A similar extension is available for the Chrome web browser too. The extension supports all the search engines in the world. When installing it in the Firefox web browser, you will find out that this extension needs access to your data on more than 200 sites. The permission is used to access what search terms you have been using.

ChatGPT for Firefox

In order for the ChatGPT extension for Firefox to work, you have to first login to your OpenAI account by clicking on its icon in the Firefox browser toolbar. Only after logging in to your OpenAI account, you will be able to use this extension other wise it will do nothing.

After installing ChatGPT extension for Firefox, when we search for something in any of the supported search engines, it reads your search queries and shows its own replies in a sidebar. While the search engines display the results from the websites, ChatGPT replies using its own AI engine.

ChatGPT for Firefox

As can be expected, ChatGPT gives better results when we ask questions related to programming and development. We can ask questions about Python, HTML, CSS and other supported programming languages. All the replies from ChatGPT are very human like.

Currently, ChatGPT extension for Firefox and Chrome supports Google, Baidu, Bing, DuckDuckGo, Brave, Yahoo, Naver, Yandex, Kagi, Searx.

You can get ChatGPT extension for Firefox from