Now you can have the full experience of ChatGPT in your Bing search results pages. Use this tool to get complete answers to your queries in the Bing chat box

New Bing (Web browsing now assisted with ChatGPT Copilot)

Supported platforms:

Chrome Extension
Windows App

AI tools supported

Text generator
AI search engine
Code generator

AI search

Article summary tool
Search threads memory
Complete query responder
Citing sources
Not available in private mode
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New Bing AI Search Engine

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Quick overview

Microsoft Bing is piloting their AI-powered search engine that seeks to rival competitors like Google and deliver more tailored responses to its users.

With this update, you can ask the AI detailed questions and get complete answers. You no longer have to frame your questions a certain way to get the search to return the results you want, as the implementation of ChatGPT into Bing search now makes it even smarter.

The new Bing also cites sources for you, making it easier to verify the info generated, as these tools are still pretty much unpredictable and unreliable. You can expect up-to-date results as ChatGPT is built directly into Bing’s search algorithms, as opposed to using ChatGPT on its own over at OpenAI’s website.

You’re also able to follow up and keep the conversation going until your query has been tackled fully. This is possible inside the chat box that appears on the right of the search page. Simple follow-ups like ‘write more’, ‘give me more ideas,’ ‘explain the above in simpler terms,’ and anything else that you love doing is now possible here.

Main features of New Bing include:

Complete answers

The new Bing is now capable of returning complete answers to your queries in a ChatGPT-like summary box. Answers can be as long as 2000 words depending on how detailed your search query is. 

To do this, Bing's new AI capabilities allow it to sift through the results, and use them to provide a finer, detailed answer to your queries. You can now use search the way you use ChatGPT; no longer limited to keywords of given character limits.

Complete answers ChatGPT in New Bing


The responses are also cited, giving you a way to easily confirm the included points whenever in doubt, and crediting the original writers.

Bing Compose

Get your creative spark ignited while browsing the web. The new Bing can generate content on the go, backed by SERPs content, to help you with inspiration. 

This tool can help you with short emails, poems, letters, or even blog post drafts that you can then build upon.

Bing Compose for Creative Writing

Bing New Chat Experience

Needs to do a deep dive into a topic?

Now you can do this without ever leaving the search results page. This is helpful for more complex queries that can't be obtained from one source. For instance, if you are planning a trip to a given city, or deciding which of the two items to buy.

How to use New Bing Chat Experience

  • Start a normal search at
  • Navigate to the ChatGPT summary box on the right
  • Below this box, you will see some follow-up questions
  • You can click on any to enter the Chat interface
  • Below the suggested follow-up topics, there's a button that says, Let's chat.
  • Click on this to enter the chat tool

The chat interface is super clean, and all the search results are hidden, but still accessible to the tool. This way, you can focus on your research.

New Microsoft Edge Experience

Another reason to switch back to Edge is perhaps the exclusive AI capabilities built into the latest updates of the browser.

The two new Bing tools, Chat and Compose are now available on Edge. What's even fascinating is the contextual understanding of Edge. You can query the tools based on the web page you are on. 

New Bing usecases

Do in-depth research

With more relevant search results and access to the Bing Chat Experience, you're now able to do in-depth research that would have taken you days to compile in less than an hour. Simply enter your topic in the search engine's search bar, and on the right, click on the Let's chat button to enter the Chat Experience.

Here, you can prompt the AI search engine to:

  • Explain more on the given topic
  • Define terms more elaboratively
  • Give you example of where and how you would apply the concept
  • Refine the returned results for a different use case (For example, if you had asked about the best places to live in the city, you can ask the AI to narrow down to the best places to live in the city with kids and dogs

Personal planning (travels, tours, home planning, etc)

Going somewhere? Turns out, with the new Bing, you might not need a Travel Agent anymore.

This handy tool can help you prepare for your trip:

  • Suggesting the best hotels to stay when visiting in a given city,
  • Coming up with a detailed itinerary,
  • Offering travel tips and advice for when visiting a given place, as well as
  • Recommend some great sites and activities that you may want to include in your itinerary.

While at it, why not ask the new Bing to give you some well-known events that might be happening in the area you'd be visiting over the course of your stay?

Creative composing

Besides helping you search the web, the new Bing can also help you with your creative writing. You can ask it to write a poem, compose lyrics based on a given theme, write a letter, compose an email, or even write essays.

You can ask the new Bing to compose from your search results or give it a new prompt, just as in ChatGPT and Jasper AI. You can be as creative and detailed with your prompting as needed for the AI to generate the type of story you want to tell.

Query web pages

Another useful use case of the new Bing is querying the web pages you're on, as the new Edge browser now has contextual understanding. Simply open a Bing sidebar, and start firing your questions:

  • What are the main pages of this product?
  • What is this essay all about?
  • Give me the key takeaways from this document
  • What are the implications of this financial report for the company?

Help with coding

Given that OpenAI's Codex model is built into ChatGPT, the new Bing Experience understands code lines and can help with writing, explaining, translating, and completing codes.

Now you can ask the search engine to take the returned Python code, and translate it into Rust, for example.

New Bing FAQs

Not necessarily. I found out that the New Bing does well with factual information, and generating complete answers based on citable sources, but not so well when it comes to creative works such as stories, poems, and lyrics. It also returns super relevant responses for more complex queries such as “am looking for a studio apartment in San Jose, California that doesn’t cost more than $2000 a month to rent.” ChatGPT on the other end do well in creative works and quick summaries.
To use the new Bing AI, you need to get access, as it’s currently available to select users during the beta preview phase. Go to to try the new AI search engine, and also join the wait list for the early access grant.
Yes, the new Bing AI is currently available on a limited access basis to beta users, having been launched on Feb, 7th, 2023. Visit the new Bing website to learn more, and start experimenting.
Google Bard’s messy launch notwithstanding, these two search engines are neck to neck in a race to ensure that search users prefer them over the competition when it comes to immersive search. These tools have similar interfaces, but how powerful one is will all come down to their language models. Bing uses OpenAI’s GPT series of models, while Google’s Bard is using a lite version of LamDA, available to beta testers only.