You'll need to configure an Open AI integration if you want to use Open AI as part of your mods.
You can set up integrations from two places, depending on if you want your team to access or only yourself.
Set up the integration for your team
From the Admin Console, ensure you have the correct team selected in the top bar and select
Integrations from the left sidenav.
Click + Add Integration.
Open AI and select the result below.
You can then follow the prompts for setting up an integration. Keep scrolling for more details on this.
Set up a personal integration
If you want to create an integration only you can access, use the Integration menu from your Extension Console. You can find this on the left sidenav of the Extension Console home page.
From the Integrations page, click the + Add Integration button in the top right corner.
Open AI , then hover over the option that appears. Select the + Configure button.
Getting the API key from Open AI
Whether you are connecting a team or personal integration, when selecting Open AI, you’ll see a modal asking for a name and an API key.
You can label the integration anything you’d like.
To get the API key, follow the link in the field to go to your Open AI account page.
If you haven’t already created an account, you’ll need to create one. (It’s free at this time of writing.) If you aren’t logged in, you’ll need to log in. Once logged in, you’ll be directed to your API keys page.
Create a new API key by selecting the + Create new secret key button displayed in the middle of the page.
A new modal appears confirming the new key was generated and displaying the key. Click the green copy button after the string to copy it to your clipboard and paste it into the
apiKey field in PixieBrix.
Click Save on the Open AI configuration modal in PixieBrix and you’re ready to start using your Open AI integration! You’ll be able to select this integration from the dropdown menu when configuring mods that use Open AI.