How to Google your prompt in Google Bard?

In today's fast-paced world, people are always on the lookout for ways to access information quickly and efficiently. Google Bard is one such feature that has been gaining popularity among users. Bart from Google introduces us to the idea of how to Google your prompt in Google Bard in a quick video tutorial.

The first step in this process is to actually have a prompt that needs to be Googled. Let's say, for example, we want to write a blog post about chat GPT. This is the prompt we will use to demonstrate Google Bard.

Once we have our prompt, we simply type it into the search bar in Google and hit enter. We will see a Google it button appear on the side. This is where the magic happens.

Clicking on the Google it button will redirect you to related topics about your prompt. In this case, it will display related topics about chat GPT. This feature helps to save time on sifting through various pages and provides accurate information in just one click.

One of the related topics might be "what's chat GPT used for?" Clicking on it will redirect you to your Google browser with a list of pages containing the same. This feature is quite useful as it helps give a clear and concise overview of your prompt.

Additionally, with Google Bard, you can export all the information to Google Docs or create a draft in Gmail. This makes the process of storing all your research in one place an easy task.

In conclusion, when it comes to quick and efficient searching, Google Bard is a handy tool to have. The Google it button feature, the related topics, and export options make the process seamless and easy to use. If you need a quick response to any prompt, Google Bard might just be the way to go.

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