# ** Microsoft adds Bing chat to ChatGPT support** **Microsoft search engine will act as default search experience for users **(ChatGPT)(https://laodong.vn/ cong-listen/openai-gioi-thieu-ung-dung-chatgpt-cho-ios-1194215.ldo)**.** ChatGPT no longer needs to rely on its own models or plugins to provide information to User: (Microsoft)(https://laodong.vn/cong-nghe/twitter-cao-buoc-microsoft-vi-pham-chinh-sach-su-dung-du-lieu-1194382.ldo) announced that Bing Search is being integrated into ChatGPT to provide more relevant and potentially newer responses, according to Engadget. The Bing search engine will act as the “default search experience”, allowing ChatGPT to pull answers from the internet and provide citations to users. Microsoft and OpenAI have worked closely together over the past few months. Bing itself is also running on the GPT-4 big language model with some tweaking for searches. Bing works by displaying responses in detailed or summary form, and provides facts and suggestions with annotation types. These features can enable ChatGPT to provide more accurate information. Previously, ChatGPT relied solely on individual plugins to access recent information. Other new Bing updates are plugin-centric, including a single platform for developers to create and submit them to ChatGPT, Bing, Microsoft 365 Copilot. Bing is adding a bunch of companies to its plugin options, such as Expedia, Zillow, and Klarna, which are targeted at topics like travel and shopping. The popular plugin platform is also being integrated natively into Microsoft Edge, where Bing is already built-in. The exact timeline for each of these developments is not entirely clear. However, (Bing)(https://laodong.vn/cong-nghe/chatbot-tri-tue-nhan-tao-cua-bing-co-the-dat-cho-nha-hang-giup-nguoi-dung) -1188150.ldo) will be immediately integrated into ChatGPT for Plus subscribers. According to Microsoft, free ChatGPT accounts will be able to access Bing via a plugin “soon”, and the company’s plugin experience will be available “in the next few weeks”.