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ChatGPT Jan 30 Version Just Released: What is New?

Attention everyone. ChatGPT Jan 30 version was just released. Let’s take a closer look and discover the exciting updates and modifications in this new version of ChatGPT.

On Jan 30, 2023, people faced the new version when they signed in to their ChatGPT accounts. They were able to see ChatGPT Jan 30 version at the bottom of the home screen. If you click that, it will direct you to the release page of OpenAI, the company that developed ChatGPT. However, before going into that let’s see the history of all versions briefly so far.

The History of ChatGPT Versions

  • ChatGPT Jan 30 Version: For the time being this is the latest version of ChatGPT, we will examine the details in the following parts of this post.
  • ChatGPT Jan 9 Version: In this version, ChatGPT created a stop-generating button and make some improvements to its algorithm.
  • ChatGPT Dec 15 Version: This was presented on December 15th, 2022. They added a conversation history feature where you can view prior conversations, which was not possible before that. A daily usage limit was also implemented due to limited capacity concerns.

Overview of ChatGPT Jan 30 Version

ChatGPT jan 30 version

With Jan 30 version, they indicated that OpenAI has upgraded the ChatGPT model with improved factuality and mathematical capabilities.

We already know that ChatGPT has not been good at doing some calculations and it was generating wrong answers on some occasions on prior versions. To learn more about that mistakes you can take a look at our post where we compiled a list of mistakes ChatGPT has made. To test the Jan 30 version of ChatGPT, you can also try the same prompts on the post now to see if there has been any improvement.

The following is the official release note regarding the new version.

official release note of ChatGPT Jan 30 version

The official statement is actually pretty generic and the details are not that clear. To understand the specific improvements, we thought, the best way is to gather feedback from users. Therefore, we have compiled user comments regarding their experience after the latest Jan 30 version release.

A Redditor shared the following comment indicating they have observed some improvements.

a reddit comment on ChatGPT Jan 30 version

Here is the related ChatGPT response with the older Jan 9 version:

chatgpt is asked how many letter are there in the word vertigo and It replies 6

And, this is the latest experience the user shared with ChatGPT Jan 30 version :

chatgpt is asked describe batman in 1 and 3 words which it answers accordingly

There are also some brutal comments related to the new version, as below.

a criticism on ChatGPT Jan 30 version

Is it possible to turn back older versions?

Unfortunately, no. Currently, we’re limited to using only the newest version provided by OpenAI, which cannot be altered. It’s not possible to revert to the Jan 9th or Dec 15th versions.

How can I provide feedback or report issues with the ChatGPT Jan 30 Version?

OpenAI welcomes user feedback and encourages users to report any issues or concerns they encounter while using the ChatGPT Jan 30 Version. You can provide feedback through OpenAI’s platform or community forums or social media enabling them to continually improve the model and address any shortcomings.


OpenAI is committed to continuously improving and advancing ChatGPT by releasing new versions. The release of the ChatGPT Jan 30 Version is just the beginning, as OpenAI will continue to introduce new and exciting versions in the future. As we keep a close eye on these developments, we will ensure to provide you with the latest information and updates each time. So, stay tuned and keep following us and ChatGPT for the most up-to-date insights. We’re here to keep you informed about the cutting-edge advancements in conversational AI.

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    Maureen E Chandler

    I have not seen yet

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