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Here are some things you should know to write better Bing Chat For Enterprise prompts:
- A prompt is a text input that you type in the chat box to get a response from Bing Chat Enterprise. It can be a question, a statement, a request, or anything else that you want to communicate with the AI.
- Bing Chat Enterprise uses the latest GPT-4 foundation model to generate responses based on your prompts. It can produce a variety of content, such as facts, opinions, jokes, stories, poems, code, and more.
- Bing Chat Enterprise is grounded in data from the public web in the Bing search index only. It doesn’t have access to your organizational resources or content within Microsoft 365, such as documents in OneDrive, emails, or other data in the Microsoft 365 Graph.
- Bing Chat Enterprise protects your data by encrypting your prompts and responses in transit and discarding them after the browser is closed, the chat topic is reset, or the session times out. Microsoft doesn’t retain your prompts or responses for any purpose.
- Bing Chat Enterprise supports Edge (desktop and mobile) and Chrome (desktop) browsers. Support for other browsers is coming soon.
- Bing Chat Enterprise is available in over 160 regions around the world. Bing Chat Enterprise is supported in all the same regions where Bing Chat is available.
- Bing Chat Enterprise is included at no extra cost for customers licensed for Microsoft 365 E3 or E5, A3 or A5 for faculty, Business Standard, or Business Premium.
- Bing Chat Enterprise has a unique design that distinguishes it from the consumer version of Bing Chat. Above the chat input box and on top of every chat answer, you see a message confirming ‘Your personal and company data are protected in this chat.
- Bing Chat Enterprise allows you to use natural language to interact with the AI. You can use informal or formal language, slang or jargon, abbreviations or acronyms, as long as they are clear and understandable.
- Bing Chat Enterprise can handle multiple topics within a single chat session. You can switch topics by typing a new prompt that is related to a different topic. You can also use phrases like let’s talk about something else’ or ‘change the topic’ to reset the chat topic.
- Bing Chat Enterprise can remember some information from previous prompts and responses within the same chat session. You can use pronouns or references to refer back to something that was mentioned earlier in the chat. For example, if you ask ‘Who is the president of France?’ and then ‘How old is he?’, Bing Chat Enterprise will know that ‘he’ refers to the president of France.
- Bing Chat Enterprise can also generate images based on your prompts using DALL-E, an AI model that can create images from text descriptions. You can request an image by typing ‘draw me a picture of …’ followed by your description. For example, ‘draw me a picture of a cat wearing a hat’.
- Bing Chat Enterprise tries to be accurate and reliable when generating responses based on your prompts. However, it may sometimes produce incorrect or misleading information, especially if your prompt is vague, ambiguous, or contradictory. You should always verify the information from other sources before using it for any purpose.
- Bing Chat Enterprise tries to be respectful and appropriate when generating responses based on your prompts. However, it may sometimes produce offensive or inappropriate content, especially if your prompt is rude, vulgar, or provocative. You should always use caution and discretion when interacting with the AI.
- Bing Chat Enterprise is constantly learning and improving from feedback and data. You can help improve the quality of the service by rating the responses you receive using the thumbs up or thumbs down buttons at the bottom of each response. You can also report any issues or suggestions using the feedback button at the top right corner of the chat window.