The team behind Opera understands that users want to be able to work (and play) efficiently. In the modern area of burgeoning AI, this means users want to be able to work with features like Aria and integrate them more and more into their daily lives.
According to Joanna Czajka, product director at Opera, "This year, we redesigned our browser to make Opera users' interaction with AI better. With this release, we are improving their experience in places where it matters the most: Queries and content creation." She adds, "What people want is to create the content they need or get the best possible query results as fast, as accurately, and with as little effort as possible. With this update, we are making that happen."
The new Refiner tool
To that end, the Opera team has added a couple of new features that will go a long way to simplifying your Aria AI interactions.
The first new feature is called Refiner. This tool helps Aria refine part of an answer it returns. If you're not satisfied with a response, you only need to select the part of the response you're unhappy with and then click Rephrase.
As of writing this, I've yet to see the Refiner tool show up in either Linux or MacOS versions of Opera (I'm running version 103.0.4928.26 on both). However, the prompt refining and My Style features are already available.