I got this plant last year and it started dying. I recently brought it inside and it looks like it’s getting new leafs. Any recommendations?
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What chili plant: it is difficult in such state.
In any case, it is not dead. You see new leaves. You should prune the dry branches, and remove the old (dry) leaves. It will quickly recover.
Contrary on the question's comments, I think it is worth trying: you will for sure learn something about pepper plants. I find also nice plants to have on dining room in the winter, to get some green (which is not throwaway). My plants usually have many peppers (and many were edible but ornamental varieties, so many small pepper: green and red: nice to see.
Your error (if it was not just suddenly bad weather): plants need to be acclimated, on both ways. Before to put such plants indoor, try to put in a warm outside place for a week (e.g. near a wall). The same should be done when you put plants outside. For a week put them in an intermediate place.