Google Bard AI improved for coding tasks and now can export tables to Google Sheets

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Google Bard AI improved for coding tasks and now can export tables to Google Sheets

Google Bard AI, the natural language processing tool, has introduced several noteworthy updates aimed at boosting its performance and usability. These updates include improvements in coding-specific responses, the ability to open code snippets in the Collab tool, and effortless exporting of generated tables to Google Sheets.

How to access these new features

To try and access these new functions in Google Bard, follow the steps below:

  1. Go to the Google Bard website.
  2. Sign in with your Google account, if required.
  3. Ask it for a coding question or to generate a table.
  4. Below the response, find an option to open the code in Collab or export the table to Google Sheets.

Beneficial to programmers and data analysis professionals

Google Bard's enhanced features benefit a broad range of users, particularly programmers, data analysts, and professionals who frequently work with tabular data. The updates make Google Bard more adept at handling mathematics, coding queries, and string manipulation, simplifying various data analysis tasks. Exporting generated tables to Google Sheets also helps users continue their work in a more familiar environment and further integrate Bard with more of their preferred apps.

About Google Bard

Google Bard is an AI-powered language model that understands and generates human-like text responses. Its primary application is answering queries, providing suggestions, and helping users with multiple tasks. With the latest updates, Bard's capabilities have significantly improved, making it an even more versatile tool for a wide range of applications.


This information comes from Google Bard's official update page. For more details, please visit their updates page.