Google Bard is being implemented in a number of Google’s workplace apps, including Google Docs. Using it is easy and can provide many features an editor could, helping you expand and improve your writing altogether as well as offering new ideas or making structural edits and adjustments.
Similar to how ChatGPT can help you write, Google Bard will be able to suggest and even offer ideas for your writing, whether it’s an essay, creative work or professional documentation.
The new Export feature can help users effortlessly draft emails and more. Annotations for source citations will soon be available on Bard, ensuring accurate referencing and reliability in written work, a feature that isn’t available in ChatGPT.
What is Google Docs?
Google Docs is a web-based document-writing app by Google. It’s used to create, edit, and collaborate on documents online. With its cloud-based platform, users can access their documents from anywhere and work together to create any kind of Word-based document.
What is Google Bard?
Google Bard, like ChatGPT, is a chatbot that has been trained on a truly vast amount of data. This allows the software to generate human-like responses to whatever you might give as a prompt.
Google Bard in Google Docs
Bard aids the writing process by offering advice and direction as the document is being created – not only grammar adjustments but better sentence structure, vocabulary, and overall writing quality and clarity.
The integration also makes it possible to seamlessly export data. Users may export work from Bard to Google Docs with ease. It is highly simple to use and can provide many benefits that an editor could do in real-time.