The new Bing with ChatGPT has been officially announced, and you can have early access to the experience right now, and here’s how.
Microsoft is combining its Bing search engine with the ChatGPT chatbot from OpenAI to provide more human conversational answers. An early version of the experience recently leaked onto the web, but now anyone can request access to the new Bing before it’s available to the public.
However, since the ChatGPT integration is still in the final testing face, Microsoft is limiting access to a select group of users. If you want to be among the first people to try the new Bing-powered by this new AI technology, you will need to join the waitlist.
This guide will teach you the steps to sign up to get early access to the new Bing Chat experience powered by ChatGPT AI.
Get early access Bing with ChatGPT AI
To access Bing with ChatGPT preview, use these steps:
Open Microsoft Edge (recommended).
Open the Bing waitlist page.
Click the Sign-in button in the top-right.
Confirm your Microsoft account credentials.
Click the “Join the waitlist” button.
(Optional) Configure Microsoft Edge as your default browser by going to
edge://settings/defaultBrowserand click the Make default button.
(Optional) Configure Bing as your default search engine using the same Microsoft account by going to
edge://settings/searchand selecting “Bing” from the “Search engine use in the address bar” setting.
(Optional) Install the Microsoft Bing app on your phone using the same Microsoft account.
Once you complete the steps, you will receive an email confirming you are on the waiting list to access the new Bing Chat.
The optional steps are required, but according to Microsoft, they are recommended to receive early access to the AI version of the search engine before anyone else.
Although you have to wait sometime to access the chatbot experience, Bing has already updated its interface with an early preview of the integration that appears on the right side of your search results.