MeetVI is Now Groupthink

Jonathan Kressaty

Welcome new (and returning) users!

For those who are seeing this for the first time, we send a daily email with updates on our progress and this is the 16th update. You can reply directly to this message to discuss ways VI can improve with the founders, and we hope you do!

The time has come for Groupthink! 

In order to use the newest iteration of VI, you will need to sign up again at

Groupthink offers you the GPT-powered AI chat you’ve come to love, and now you can collaborate with anyone else by inviting them to the group chat. You’ll be able to @ mention VI in conversations when you want her to chime in, for example:

Groupthink also offers the concept of Groups and Threads, so you can organize your conversations by who you want to include and what topics you want to talk about. Threads will automatically be titled based on VI’s summary of the last ~10 messages in the conversation, and you can name Groups whatever you want.

We’ve been using this for about 3 hours, so we probably should wait a few more days before giving it to other people to try out. Which means it is the perfect time to SHIP!

Once you have an account, you’ll be able to invite other people to Groups. However, right now Groupthink does not support our Chrome extension, Gmail, or Slack integrations. We will have these ported over in the next few days, but in the meantime we encourage you to explore the kinds of conversations you can have with multiple people and VI.

As always, your feedback is so important to us and we hope you will not hold back. Simply reply to this email with any issues, questions, ideas, suggestions, and screenshots of really cool conversations. We’d love to hear from you, and feature you in a future newsletter.

You and your friends, family, team, or anyone else can collaborate on any type of project with our internet-reading AI.

Ready to try Groupthink? Sign up at