BY Fast Company < 1 MINUTE READ

OpenAI launched its “GPT Store,” which features versions of ChatGPT that have been customized by users to perform specific tasks. ChatGPT users have now made three million GPTs, OpenAI says, and some of them will want to go public with their creations. Once in the store, users’ GPTs become searchable and, if they’re cool or useful, may climb the leaderboards.

The company says it will curate the store, showcasing the most “useful and delightful” GPTs in various categories, such as writing, research, programming, education, and lifestyle. (OpenAI’s image generation tool DALL-E also gets its own category in the store.) The store will feature GPTs from companies like Consensus (whose GPT lets users search and synthesize insights from 200 million academic papers), Khan Academy’s Code Tutor (which can teach new coding skills), and Canva (which helps to design flyers, social posts, or business materials).

OpenAI is rolling out the store at to its ChatGPT Plus, Team, and Enterprise users beginning today. (The store is only for paying customers, however.) ChatGPT says it’ll soon start letting builders earn money as people download and use their creations. OpenAI hasn’t provided details such as rates and policies, but says it’ll do so soon.

OpenAI also announced a new “ChatGPT Team” service, which offers teams of people within companies access to models like GPT-4 and DALL·E 3, as well as a dedicated collaborative workspace and admin tools for team management. As with OpenAI’s ChatGPT Enterprise offering, data sent to the LLM or generated by the LLM is walled off so that only the team can access it. OpenAI says it won’t use the data to train other models.