Bing AI with ChatGPT gains new share button experience

Bing Chat AI makes it easier to share answers on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

Bing AI ChatGPT new share button
Bing AI ChatGPT new share button
  • Microsoft brings a new share experience for its Bing Chat AI.
  • The new interface offers a persistent link and screenshot of the answer.
  • The share button allows you to quickly share the answer on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

Microsoft continues improving its new Bing Chat AI, and this time, the company is introducing a new share button to make it easier to post responses from chatbot powered by ChatGPT to social media, including Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

Although the chatbot always included an option to share an answer, the new interface allows sharing a “persistent” link and screenshot to the most popular social media platforms and through email as well. Since the chatbot can generate a different response for two people asking the same question, a persistent link will share the exact answer to the query with the same citations.

If you want to unlock the whole experience, you will have to open the shared link on Microsoft Edge signed in with the Microsoft account that has access to the Bing Chat AI. Alternatively, you can always modify the settings of Chrome or Firefox to use the chatbot.

In case you don’t have access to the new Bing with ChatGPT integration, you can sign up and get instant access using these instructions.

Furthermore, the company also points out that it’s making progress on optimizing the “Balanced” tone mode to respond to questions faster than before and improving the contextual understanding of Bing by allowing the chatbot access to large datasets of context when using the “Creative” tone mode that will result on improved summarization of text.

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