A latest feature in Google’s Bard chatbot is allowing users to receive responses to their questions in real time, meaning that you can see the answers as they are being generated. Previously, the answers could be viewed only once they were complete.
The real-time response generation option can also be turned off. Users can choose from ‘respond in real time’ and ‘respond when complete’ options from the icon in the top-right corner of Bard’s window.
In addition to that, users will be able to cut off Bard while it is generating a response, if they wish to, with the help of a ‘skip response’ option. This would be useful when a user wants to type in another question without having to wait to receive the whole answer.
Responses received form Bard can also be modified and refined, as well as double-checked using Google Search which is available directly within the chatbot, represented by its logo in the bottom menu bar.
Other newly added features in Bard include the ability to summarize more emails at once when the chatbot is being used with Gmail and the ability to see uploaded images in shared conversations. Google further adds that Bard can now “better understand” when you need access to your latest emails.