Users can simply sign in and upload documents that they want to use in order to extract key information, locate references with citations, and summarize long paragraphs – up to 3000 pages of PDF files.
Consequently, they can chat with the website by a text prompt that is suitable for questions related to user manuals or general information.
In a recent tweet, ChatDOC released a short video preview showcasing their tool’s features that can help users navigate, learn, and understand their reading materials easily.
According to ChatDOC, their tool allows users to:
- Ask anything about a document or file and get answers backed by citations (with serial numbers) instantly.
- Highlight texts from tables and get elaborate explanations.
- Input a website URL and chat with the website without needing to download files.
- Upload file by only providing a URL.
- Search keywords in documents (including scanned documents).
- Chat with multiple documents at the same time.
- Share documents with other users.
Currently, ChatDOC supports .pdf, .doc, .docx, .md, .epub, .txt, website links, and scanned files.
In another tweet, ChatDOC rolled out a new update allowing users to chat, inquire and get the answers they want based on a website’s content..
The video preview, showcased the tool’s ability to quickly provide a summary from a simple text prompt related to the pasted URL.
Now, users can try the tool for free or subscribe to their Pro plan to gain access to a lot of advanced features.
Definitely, this tool will make users, especially the students, learn more efficiently and productively.
This will serve as an effective learning aid that takes the most relevant information from the uploaded books, documents, files, and various reading materials – delivering them in an easy-to-understand format.