A quick guide on using opilot

Opilot works seamlessly on your browser, allowing you to integrate with your existing webapps, documents, etc.

Download Opilot on the Chrome extension store, and launch 'Extensions' on your navbar.
(Tip: Pin the extension for quicker access!)

Once the extension is opened, you will be prompted to choose your local model and theme (light/dark).

Saving your preferences will start the download of that model. If you are unsure of which model you'd like to try, we recommend the default Gemma 2B IT 1K in the Balanced mode. This will take up ~1.4GB of vRAM, please ensure you have a stable internet connection for this download.

(You will be able to run Opilot offline after this, if you'd like.)

You can add your personal details, and change your model and theme at any time in 'Settings', accessible via the dropdown menu at the top right. Adding details such as your name, email, etc, enables Opilot to generate more accurate and tailored responses to your requests.
(Note: The Opilot team does not have any access to your inputs.)

If you switch your model, please click 'Update' and restart the extension. This will load up your new model. Please ensure you have a stable internet connection for the new model download.

There is an 'Experimental Mode' button at the top right, which when toggled on, allows you to access experimental features before they launch publicly.

Do note that these features may sometimes not work as intended. If there is a failure in running the feature, you may receive an error message. We welcome all feedback on our Discord Channel, as well as suggestions on future features.

You can interact with Opilot directly, or via right clicking selected text on your webapp.

When you right click, you will have 'Opilot AI Tools' as an option.

You will have a variety of action choices, such as 'Explain', 'Summarize' and 'Rewrite'.

The features available will be updated regularly. You can join our Discord channel to be updated on upcoming features.