The waitlist for Bing's ChatGPT is apparently gone

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Key notes

  • If you were discouraged by ChatGPT's waitlist, you should give it another try.
  • Word on the internet is that the annoying wait times are no longer an issue.
  • Please keep in mind that Microsoft has yet to confirm this new piece of info.

Many of you, that tried to access the new Bing ChatGPT service, were disappointed in the fact that there was a huge waitlist that you had to sit through.

We understood the frustration and we provided a guide on how to fix the waitlist bug if you run into that problem while trying to get on ChatGPT.

However, it seems like the situation is improving, even though there’s no official confirmation from the tech giant himself.

Remember that we can show you how to integrate ChatGPT with Slack, and also what the differences are between Bing’s ChatGPT and Google’s BARD.

No more waitlist for Bing’s AI chatbot service?

On that note, if you have hesitated to sign up for the waitlist to try out Microsoft’s Bing Chat because you thought you would have to wait a long time, there may be good news.

Apparently, there’s word on the internet that there are no more wait times when you go sign up at the Bing Chat page.

Needless to say, no Microsoft officials have yet stepped up to confirm the wait list has been done away with so far, which is important to keep in mind.

That being said, if the wait list is truly done, it may show that Microsoft is confident enough in the current Bing Chat developer to let most anyone try out the AI chatbot.

Back when Bing chat was first launched over a month ago, some of its responses went off the rails, which forced Microsoft to put some hard chat turn limitations in place,

However, recently, the Redmond-based tech giant has expanded the chat turn limits to 150 per day, and 15 turns per session.

Furthermore, it’s also put in new features like the Tone Selector, which can alert how Bing Chat responds to an inquiry.

Don’t forget that it’s also possible that the fact that Bing Chat uses the new GPT-4 could be a factor as GPT-4 is known to be better.

Overall, it seems that Bing Chat is responding more like Microsoft expected it to do, and now it looks like anyone can try it out for themselves.

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