Microsoft Bing Chat has been seamlessly integrated with Excel to quickly edit data
Microsoft's Bing chatbot has more and more functions. Recently, the tool has been seamlessly integrated with Excel to improve users' work efficiency.
When a Bing Chat answer contains a table of data, users will see an "Edit in Excel" button in the first row of the table. Clicking this button will export the data to the document folder of OneDrive and open the Microsoft Excel web client, allowing users to edit the data.
The Excel integration of Bing Chat is not only available on Microsoft Edge, but can also be used on browsers such as Apple Safari. In addition, users need to log in to a Microsoft account in the web browser using Bing Chat to successfully use this feature. If you are not logged in to a Microsoft account, you will be asked to log in when you try to open a data table in the Excel web version.
We noticed that in addition to convenient Excel integration, Microsoft is also testing a "rewrite" button in Bing Chat to allow users to edit their prompts. When the prompt word is edited, Bing Chat will regenerate the answer accordingly. Not only can the last prompt word be edited, but all previous prompt words in the chat history can be edited. It is worth noting that the chat history feature is currently only available in Microsoft Edge browser.