You may soon be able to natively web capture on Edge for Android to share Bing AI chat response

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Microsoft is finally bringing that one feature that everyone has been asking for: A native web capture on Edge that lets you smoothly share Bing chat responses. 

As spotted by Edge enthusiast @Leopeva64, the feature of web capture on Edge has now been tested in Canary, its experimental channel, on Android devices.

To share a Bing AI chat response, you can simply click the three dots on the right side of your conversation bubble with Bing and hit Share. Then, as you can see in these screenshots, there will be options to capture the current view or full page, crop/save the image, or share it with others.

It may not be that big of a deal if you can just screenshot from your phone, but it’s still a nice option to have nonetheless. You can share the screenshots directly with others without having them stored in your phone.

In case you missed it, not too long ago, we’ve also reported that Bing AI chat and its Enterprise mode have just made their way to Google Chrome. Plus, an even-darker mode on Edge has been tested. 

On the other hand, Chrome, Edge’s notable competitor, has just been thrown under the bus for a while for showing ads based on the users’ browsing history. Ouch.