Sign in to Microsoft Search in Bing

Once your IT department has added you as a Microsoft Search in Bing user, sign in with your work or school account.

Sign in to Microsoft Search in Bing

If you're already signed in to an Office 365 application, you'll be automatically signed in to Microsoft Search in Bing when you go to Bing. If you're not signed in:

  1. In the upper-right corner of any Bing page, click Sign in or Sign in to see business results

  2. If you don't see these sign-in options, go to Explore Microsoft Search in Bing
    You'll be automatically redirected to your organization's sign-in page.

  3. On the account menu, next to Work or school account, click Connect

  4. If prompted, choose the account you want to sign in with or enter your email address and password
     

Use a browser extension to sign in automatically

If you use Chrome on Windows 10, install the Windows 10 and AAD sign-in extension. With it you can sign in to supported sites like Microsoft Search in Bing and Office 365 without having to enter your email address and password.

Sign out of Microsoft Search in Bing

  • In the upper-right corner of any Bing page, click your name, then, on the account menu, next to Work or school account, click Sign out.

Bing saves your work or school account status, either signed in or signed out, in a browser cookie. If you sign out and clear your cookies, the next time you go to Bing you may be automatically signed in, or you may be prompted to sign in again. Your IT department configures this for your organization.


When you're signed in to Microsoft Search in Bing, some features, like personalized results and Microsoft Rewards, may behave differently or be unavailable.

See also

Using Microsoft Search in Bing

About Microsoft Search in Bing

How Microsoft Search in Bing keeps your info secure

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