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Deliver real-time search results, fetch and analyze info in multiple URLs.

The BrowserPilot plugin allows users to input webpage links and it will crawl the main content, title, links, and HTML Meta data of the webpage. With this plugin, you can explore and quality-assure webpages, PDFs, and data to generate articles based on URLs. It provides a convenient way to gather information from different sources and create content. So, whether you're a writer, researcher, or just curious about what's out there on the web, BrowserPilot has got you covered!

Learn how to use BrowserPilot effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.

Example prompts

  1. Prompt 1: "Can you summarize the main content of this webpage for me?"

  2. Prompt 2: "What are the links and meta info on this webpage?"

  3. Prompt 3: "I want to transcode this webpage and retrieve its title, content, and HTML metas."

Features and commands

transcodeWebPageThis command allows you to input a webpage link and retrieve information such as the webpage's title, content, HTML metas, links, and adherence rules for outputting content.


User authenticationNo user authentication
API documentation

For AI

DescriptionThis tool allows users to provide a URL (or URLs) and optionally interact with it. And whether users need specific information or intend to conduct a search, this tool connects to a search engine and provide real-time relevant content. For example, the user's intention may be to find or enquire about restaurants, rentals, weather, shopping, this tool can connect to the internet and return the latest results. \n\n Rules:\n\n 1.When using this tool, the 'link' field is a mandatory requirement for making a request.\n 2.When a user does not directly provide a link in their request, include a clear statement of the user’s request in the user's language in the field ‘link', which can be used as a search query and may include search operators. This helps this tool better understand the user's needs. 3.When the user directly provides a link, your request should only include this link. For example, the user input 'Information about fruits on example.com', the 'link' field should be: 'example.com'.


First added3 July 2023

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