Bing Chat Enterprise is now available for Microsoft 365 A3 and A5 Faculty users at no additional cost. The platform has undergone several changes including support for Chrome desktop browser, Bing Chat Enterprise on Edge Mobile, new Bing search page templates, and expanded access to Bing Chat on Swiftkey.
Exciting Updates from Bing Chat Enterprise
We’re thrilled to share the latest updates from Bing Chat Enterprise, now available to Microsoft 365 A3 and A5 Faculty users at no additional cost. The Bing team is eager to hear how educators are leveraging this tool.
Chrome Desktop Browser Support
One of the notable updates is the support for Chrome desktop browser. Bing Chat and Bing Chat Enterprise are now accessible on Windows, Mac, and Linux via the Chrome desktop browser. Support for other browsers on desktop and mobile is in the pipeline.
“Bing Chat and Bing Chat Enterprise are now supported in the Chrome desktop browser (using the latest Stable Channel update) for Windows, Mac, and Linux.”
Bing Chat Enterprise on Edge Mobile
Another significant update is the Bing Chat Enterprise support on Edge Mobile. Organizations that have enabled Bing Chat Enterprise can now access it on Edge Mobile by signing in with their work account.
New Bing Search Page Templates
Bing search page templates for certain topics have been updated with a more cohesive design and generative AI content. This new design eliminates content duplication and optimizes space on the search results page, helping users find answers faster.
“We’ve updated our Bing search page templates for certain topics with a more cohesive design and using generative AI content.”
Expanded Access to Bing Chat on Swiftkey
Users can now use Bing Chat in Swiftkey for 30 turns per day without needing to sign in with their Microsoft account. This expanded access offers greater convenience and flexibility for users.
These updates reflect Bing’s commitment to enhancing user experience and accessibility. The Bing team welcomes your feedback as they continue to improve and innovate.
From the Bing Blogs
From the Bing Blogs