The new Bing with ChatGPT will be here soon, revolutionizing search and inspiring millions. Here are over five tips for moving up that crazy waitlist.
Even as you read this, ChatGPT is taking the world by storm. The chatbot developed by OpenAI is new to the world – it launched in November 2022 – but the things it has already accomplished are jaw-dropping. Microsoft has announced an all-new Bing integrated with ChatGPT, destined to reinvent the way you search.
The engine will come with a chat function allowing you to ask questions and get answers in conversational language. The advancement stems from the “Prometheus Model” – the technology propelling the ChatGPT revolution.
When this new Bing – and an updated Edge – gets launched, the browsing and work experience is guaranteed to be quicker, more rewarding, and much more helpful in upping your productivity. So, what’s the catch? We don’t know when the modified Bing will become fully accessible.
The waitlist process is crucial to ensure responsible AI, as Microsoft will incorporate feedback from users with early access before rolling it out to everyone. An official date is yet to get announced, and many users are getting antsy. Now that we have said that, there are a few things you can do to speed up the process.
How to Access Bing with ChatGPT Faster
For now, the quickest approach we recommend is to sign in to your Microsoft account and join the waitlist. You will receive an e-mail when you clear the list, and you can commence your new creative approach to search.
We know it doesn’t sound like much, but trust us: being a part of the waitlist will ensure you receive access to the latest Bing with ChatGPT faster than the next person. Here’s where to go to join the waitlist: https://www.bing.com/new
We have a few other tips to improve your chances of early access:
- Set your PC defaults to Microsoft. It will help move you up the waiting list. A super-quick tool to get this done lies here: https://browserdefaults.microsoft.com/EnhanceEdge/?pc=EE09
- It also sets a few additional default settings, like MSN for your homepage and a desktop shortcut for Edge.
- Install the Microsoft Bing App if you don’t have it already. It could be a part of app-promotional campaigns at Microsoft’s end, but it is worth the chance. You can find the app on Google Play Store or App Store.
- Ensure to sign in to your Microsoft account on the app. The option comes under the profile icon.
- Add Microsoft-recommended sites to the Favorites tab on the browser.
- Pin Bing.com to your taskbar. You know, every little thing might help.
Tips for Non-Windows Users
The AI-based search updates will get to arrive on Edge too. It means you can access them via macOS or Linux. Many of the above options are unavailable if a Windows device is not your default. However, we have a few things you can try:
- Do you use a MacBook? You can access the Bing wallpaper that comes up when you select the Fast Access link.
- An even better bet: install the Bing app on your iPhone.
- Select the fast access option on Firefox. It adds a Bing extension to your browser.
Bing & ChatGPT: The Outlook
An AI-powered search seems destined to become commonplace shortly; the technology is getting tried out by all major players in this realm (including Google and its Bard). When this revised search rolls out in full, you can bet your online quests will get permanently redefined.
No more scrolling through scores of search results; your answers will be definite. For instance, if you need art ideas for toddlers, Bing will summarize the results and present them to you in a conversational form. You can chat, respond, edit, and get inspired – in a much more natural and wholesome way than is presently available.
Microsoft plans to embrace the technology at a monumental pace. The possibilities are endless. Think minutes-of-meetings that get summarized for you, no long e-mails necessary. We are breathlessly excited for the new Bing to be here already. Sadly, once you have completed all the steps we suggested, it’s time to wait for that enticing e-mail to land in your inbox. Patience, folks, and let us attempt to practice what we preach.