New OpenLink Structured Data Sniffer (OSDS) 3.3.10 Release

Release Notes — Updates from 3.2.29 to 3.3.10

We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of OpenLink Structured Data Sniffer (OSDS) 3.3.30, a unique browser extension that enhances the synergy between Knowledge Graphs and Chatbots within existing browsers. This productivity tool is ideal for those facing challenges such as:

  • Structured Data Extraction: Effortlessly retrieve and store structured data in Personal or Enterprise Knowledge Graphs from conventional web pages and social media platforms, including Twitter, Threads, Mastodon, Reddit, LinkedIn, and others.
  • Structured Data Transformation: Seamlessly discover and transform structured data among a variety of formats, such as CSV, JSON, JSON-LD, Markdown, and RDF-Turtle.
  • Enhanced ChatGPT Integration: Use ChatGPT to generate prompts from text in your browser.
  • Entity Discovery and Management: Automatically discover, tag, and hyperlink text within your browser.
  • Preferred Storage Location Discovery & Use: Determining the URL that denotes the preferred location for storing transformed data, if that information is obtainable from a user’s login identity.

New Features & Fixes

  • Added nanotation drop-down menus for the following interfaces: OpenAI playground, HuggingFace, and the native OpenAI ChatGPT interface.
  • Fixed issue with DOM extractor processing iFrames.
  • Fixed issues with functionality of “Ask GPT” menu item added to browser context menus.
  • Updated image detection in OSDS viewer.
  • Updated DOM extractor with support for new Twitter canonical name i.e.,