ChatGPT Web Share

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A web application that allows multiple users to share a ChatGPT account at the same time, developed using FastAPI and Vue3. It can be used for sharing or renting a ChatGPT account among friends. It supports ChatGPT Plus, setting conversation models, and user request limits.

3.15 Update: Now supports GPT-4! You can share a ChatGPT Plus account with your friends and use GPT-4 together.


This readme was translated by ChatGPT.


  • Uses the unofficial ChatGPT API, supports ChatGPT Plus accounts
  • Supports GPT-4 ?
  • Supports selecting which ChatGPT model to use (sha or paid or gpt-4, if is plus account)
  • A beautiful and concise web interface using naive-ui
    • multiple languages
    • dark mode
    • copying reply content as Markdown format with one click
    • showing images/tables/formulas/syntax highlighting in replies
    • Export conversation to beautiful markdown and PDF files ? (new in v0.2.3)
  • Creates multiple users to share a ChatGPT account
  • Different users’ ChatGPT conversations are separated and do not affect each other
  • When multiple users request at the same time, they will be queued for processing
  • Administrators can set users’ maximum number of conversations and conversation time limits, etc.

Using Proxy

Risk Warning: This project is currently using revChatGPT V1, which uses its reverse proxy to bypass Cloudflare verification, therefore it is subject to request limits and does not guarantee long-term stability. And it has been recently reported that OpenAI may deactivate accounts that use this method. Please use it at your own risk.

However, if you have a ChatGPT Plus account, you can use a custom proxy to bypass the request limit. After deploying proxy server, set chatgpt_base_url to http://your-hostname/api/ in config.yaml.

Version 0.2.7 update: Reverse proxy service has now been integrated into the Docker image! If you are deploying with Docker, you can configure it in config.yaml as follows:

run_reverse_proxy: true
reverse_proxy_port: 6062
reverse_proxy_binary_path: ChatGPT-Proxy-V4
reverse_proxy_puid: "_puid value from cookie"

Note that reverse_proxy_puid needs to be obtained from your browser: Open, open the developer tools, find the _puid field in the cookies, and enter its value in config.yaml.

reverse_proxy_binary_path is the path to the executable file of the reverse proxy service. If using Docker, it is included in the image at the path /app/backend/ChatGPT-Proxy-V4.

chatgpt_base_url can also be set to the address of another reverse proxy service. If run_reverse_proxy is enabled, make sure the port of chatgpt_base_url matches reverse_proxy_port.


Using docker

It is recommended to use docker-compose for deployment. Create a new docker-compose.yml file with the following contents:

version: "3"

    container_name: chatgpt-web-share
    restart: always
    network_mode: bridge
      - 8080:80 # web port
      - ./data:/data # store database files
      - ./config.yaml:/app/backend/api/config/config.yaml   # backend config file

In the same folder, create config.yaml with the following contents:

Create a config.yaml file in the same directory with the following content:

print_sql: false
host: ""
port: 8000
database_url: "sqlite+aiosqlite:////data/database.db"
run_migration: false

jwt_secret: "your jwt secret"    # Used for generating JWT token, like a password
jwt_lifetime_seconds: 86400
cookie_max_age: 86400            # Login expiration time
user_secret: "your user secret"  # Used for generating user password, like a password

sync_conversations_on_startup: true # Whether to synchronize ChatGPT conversations on startup, recommended to enable
create_initial_admin_user: true     # Whether to create initial admin user
create_initial_user: false          # Whether to create initial normal user
initial_admin_username: admin       # Initial admin username
initial_admin_password: password    # Initial admin password
initial_user_username: user         # Initial normal username
initial_user_password: password     # Initial normal password

chatgpt_access_token: "your access_token"    # Need to get from ChatGPT
chatgpt_paid: true  # Whether you are a ChatGPT Plus user

How to get chatgpt_access_token: After logging in to, open and get the accessToken field.

Finally, run docker-compose up -d.

To upgrade, run docker-compose pull and docker-compose up -d.

Using Caddy


You need to install nodejs and pnpm first, then run:

cd frontend
pnpm install
pnpm run build


You need to install poetry first and place config.yaml in the backend/api/config directory, then run:

cd backend
poetry install
poetry run python

After installing Caddy, create a new Caddyfile and refer to the Caddyfile for its content.

Use caddy start to start Caddy.


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