Some Bing Chat users have reported experiencing some errors while using the AI chatbot. One such error is Sign in to continue your chat. This error occurs even when the users are logged into Bing Chat. The full error message is as follows:
You’ve reached the conversation limit for today. Sign in to continue your chat.
If you are also experiencing the same error, check out the below-discussed solutions to fix the error.
Fix Sign in to continue your chat in Bing Chat
To fix the You’ve reached the conversation limit for today. Sign in to continue your chat error on Bing Chat; even when you are logged in, follow the below fixes to resolve the issue:
- Perform some preliminary checks.
- Add your date of birth and country.
- Remove the Local and Session storage.
- Clear the browsing data.
- Disable adblockers.
- Update Edge.
- Reset Edge.
1] Perform some preliminary checks
Before proceeding with the other advanced fixes, we recommend you perform standard troubleshooting tricks to fix this error. These are as follows:
- You can try connecting to a different network connection and see if the Sign in to continue your chat error is fixed.
- The next thing you can do is try rebooting your computer and then open Bing Chat to check if the error is resolved.
- You can also sign out Bing Chat and then sign in again to check if the error is resolved.
- You might be unable to use Bing Chat if Bing has banned your account or if there are some penalties imposed on your account. Hence, ensure that this scenario does not apply to it. If this is indeed the case, you can create a new Microsoft account and sign into Bing using that account. This should fix the error for you.
2] Add your date of birth and country
Bing Chat might be preventing you from using the AI chatbot because of missing account information, particularly date of birth and country. This seems to be the primary reason for the Sign in to continue your chat error on Bing Chat. Hence, if the scenario is applicable, you can complete your information on your Microsoft account and then check if the error is gone.
Here’s how you can do that:
First, open your Bing Chat and make sure you are signed into your Microsoft account.
Now, click on the profile icon from the top right section of the page and then choose the Manage account option.
Next, navigate to the Your info tab from the top menubar.
After that, scroll down to the Profile info section and you will see the Date of birth and Country or region options.
Then, click on the Date of birth option and it will then ask you to verify your identity. Do as prompted.
Now, set your date of birth and country, and press the Save button to save your profile information. Additionally, add other profile information too.
Once done, restart your Edge browser and open Bing Chat to check if you can interact with the chatbot without the Sign in to continue your chat error.
In case the error persists, move on to the next fix.
3] Remove the Local and Session storage
This error might be triggered due to conflicting Local and Session Storage data in your Edge browser. So, if the scenario is applicable, you can clear the Local and Session Storage data from Edge and see if the error is resolved. Here are the steps to do so:
First, open Edge, go to the Bing Chat page and open the Developer tools using Ctrl + Shift + I.
Now, click on the arrow button from the top and select the Application option.
Next, click on Local storage and right-click on Bing entry. Then, choose the Clear option from the context menu.
After that, expand Session storage, right-click on the Bing entry, and click on the Clear option.
Once done, restart Edge and check if you can use Bing Chat without any error.
4] Clear the browsing data
Outdated and corrupted browsing data including cached images and cookies are known to conflict with Bing Chat and other services. Hence, if you keep experiencing the same error, it is recommended to clear the browsing data from Edge and check if the error is fixed. Here’s how you can do that:
- First, open Edge, press the Settings and more (three-dot menu) button, and select the History option. You can also hit the CTRL + H hotkey to choose the same option.
- Next, tap on the Delete icon named Clear browsing data option which is present inside the newly appeared panel.
- After that, choose the Time range as All time and checkmark the Cached images and files and Cookies and other site data check boxes.
- Now, press the Clear now button and the selected browsing data will be cleared within seconds.
- Finally, restart Edge and open Bing Chat. You should now be able to use the chatbot without the Sign in to continue your chat error.
5] Disable adblockers
This error will likely trigger due to an interfering third-party web extension, especially an ad blocker. Hence, if you use any such extension in your Edge browser, disable the adblocker or other suspicious extensions or permanently uninstall the extensions to fix the error. Here’s how to do that:
- First, go to the Settings and more menu button and click on the Extensions > Manage extensions option. Or, go to the address bar and enter edge://extensions/ in it.
- Next, disable the toggle associated with the adblocker you are currently using.
- Similarly, you can also disable other problematic extensions.
- To uninstall the adblocker and other extensions permanently, tap the Remove button.
Finally, go to the Bing Chat page and check if you have stopped receiving the error.
6] Update Edge
Another potential cause of this error is using an outdated version of Edge. The Sign in to continue your chat error might be a result of minor bugs and issues in the browser. Such bugs are fixed in new updates. So, it is recommended to keep your browser up-to-date to avoid such errors.
First, click on the Settings and more button and move to the Help and feedback option > About Microsoft Edge option. Let Edge scan for available browser updates and download and install them. When done, you will be required to restart the Edge browser. Click on the Relaunch button and check if the error is fixed.
7] Reset Edge
The last resort is to reset your Edge browser. Corrupted settings and user data might be triggering the Sign in to continue your chat error in Bing Chat. Hence, restoring the original default values for your settings and cleaning up your browser should fix the error. To do that, you can follow the below steps:
- First, tap on Settings and more and choose the Settings option.
- Now, navigate to the Reset settings tab.
- Next, click on the Restore settings to their default values button and proceed with the prompted instructions.
- Once done, Edge will be restarted. You should now be able to use Bing Chat without this error.
If the error is still not resolved, uninstall and then reinstall the Edge browser to fix the error.
I hope this helps!
Why is Bing Chat not working?
If Bing Chat is not working, there might be an overload of requests which is why Bing servers are down. Hence, check the status of Bing servers and ensure that the servers are not down. Besides that, an inactive or unstable internet connection and corrupted browsing data can also cause the same problem. So, test your internet connection and clear your browser cache and cookies to fix the issue.
How do I enable Bing Chat on Chrome?
Bing Chat is not natively available in Chrome as of now. You will be required to use a web extension to enable and use Bing Chat in Chrome. There are third-party extensions like Bing AI for Chrome that you can install in Chrome. You can then open the Bing Chat page and start using the chatbot.
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