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Microsoft Increasing Bing Chat Turns to 20 Per Session/200 Per Day

Microsoft is now testing more turns in Bing Chat, giving users more chances to use the new GPT-4 AI search chatbot.


Over the last few weeks, has been increasing the quality of Bing Chat. As the company becomes more confident with the performance of the search AI chatbot, it has been increasing the number of turn limits available. It now seems that Microsoft will increase the limit again this week.

Users are currently limited to 150 chat turns each day, which are spread over 10 sessions of 15 turns per days. Microsoft is now slowly upgrading this allowance to 20 turns per session and 200 chat turns per day.

Some users are already receiving this increase and it seems Microsoft will roll it out to all users over the coming days. The update was confirmed by Michael Schechter – Microsoft's Vice President for Bing Growth and Distribution – on Twitter.

“we're testing 20/200 this weekend to see how things go”.

Bing Chat Improvements

Earlier this month, Microsoft took its preview of Bing Chat to the next level. The company made the preview widely available to everyone, removing the waitlist that was in place since the launch of the chatbot in February.

It has been around six weeks since Microsoft launched Bing Chat, its new engine powered by 's ChatGPT. Since then, the AI went through a shaky start but through several updates has improved a lot. With the new GPT-4 AI engine now powering Bing Chat, Microsoft is confident of the quality of the search tool.

Also this month, the company debuted Bing Image Creator. This tool leverages GPT-4 and the DALL-E image-generating AI to bring AI image creation to Bing.

Tip of the day: It's a good idea to backup your computer on a regular basis, and the most fool-proof way is to manually create a disk image and save it to an external hard drive.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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