Google Bard has access to the internet, which means it can access and process information from the real world through Google Search and keep its response consistent with search results.
Bard can also access images and videos from the internet. This allows Bard to provide you with a more visual and engaging experience.
Export to Gmail and Google Docs
Bard has one-click option to export content generated, including formatting, directly into Google Docs and Gmail.
Google Docs: When you export a response to Google Docs, Bard will create a new document in Google Drive with the generated response.
Gmail: When you export a response to Gmail, Bard will create a new draft email in Gmail with the generated response. This is a great way to get started on a new email.
When you ask Bard a question, you can click the "Google It" button to see a list of relevant Google Search results.
This can be helpful if you're not sure how to phrase your question or if you want to see more information about a topic.
The Google It feature is still under development, but it's a great way to get started with Google Bard.
20+ programming languages
When Bard generates Python code, you can also export and test the code directly in Google Colab. Google Colab is a cloud-based Jupyter notebook that allows developers to write, run, and share Python code online. By exporting the code generated by Bard directly to Google Colab, developers can easily test and refine their code in a collaborative environment.
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