How to export responses to PDF, text, or Word from Bing Chat AI

Bing Chat AI makes it easier to export answers into PDF, Word, and Text files, and here's how.

Bing Chat AI export
Bing Chat AI export

The Bing Chat AI now allows you to export responses in different file formats, and in this guide, you will learn how. In an effort to continue improving the chatbot experience, Microsoft has added a setting to export responses to PDF or Word documents or text files.

You can export a response using the download menu in the top-right corner of a given answer from the Bing chatbot. In the future, Microsoft plans to add more options to allow users to export responses in more ways.

This guide will teach you the easy steps to export responses from a Bing Chat conversation.

Export Bing Chat AI responses to file

To export or save Bing Chat AI answers, use these steps:

  1. Open Bing Chat on Microsoft Edge.

  2. Compose a query for the chatbot to answer.

  3. Click the Submit button.

  4. Hover over the response and open the Export menu (down arrow).

  5. Choose the export option, including “PDF,” “Text,” or “Word.”

    Bing Chat export to PDF, Text, and Word

  6. Save the file on your computer.

Once you complete the steps, you will end up with a file containing the contents of the answer, not the entire conversation. If you have a conversation with the chatbot and want to keep more than one answer, you will have to export each response.

If you only want to share the response, use the “Share” option (next to “Export”) to send a direct link to the answer through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Email.

At the time of this writing, it appears that the option is only available on the desktop experience.

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