Microsoft has temporarily disabled the Share Chat button on Bing Chat

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Bing Chat’s share feature has been temporarily disabled by Microsoft, preventing users from sharing their conversations with friends via email and social media platforms. The details of the issues that led to the removal of the feature remain uncertain.

When asked about the absence of the share button on Bing Chat yesterday, CEO Mikhail Parakhin stated via Twitter that some technical difficulties have already been addressed and assured users that the feature will be back shortly.

Meanwhile, towards the end of last week, Bing Chat underwent a few significant enhancements. The chatbot employs Artificial intelligence and is now equipped to accommodate a maximum of 30 turns for every conversation, in distinction to its former cap of 20. Additionally, Bing Image Creator is currently supported in Precise and Balanced modes, unlike before when it was confined to Creative mode. Also, travel-related inquiries will demonstrate more visual outcomes.

Last month, Microsoft announced significant updates to Bing Chat, some of which have already been implemented. Alongside these updates, the company has introduced minor improvements to enhance the overall chatbot experience. Among these improvements is the ability to copy entire answers for sharing and download messages as PDF, text, or Word documents.

The esteemed technology corporation unveiled other notable updates to Bing Chat, including a chat history feature and the ability to utilize plug-ins. Additionally, the company has publicized that users are no longer required to have a Microsoft account to engage with the chatbot. It is essential to note, however, that conversations without authentication are limited to a maximum of five turns per session.

Via Search Engine Roundtable