How does Microsoft Copilot work?
(CTN News) – This is Microsoft’s AI companion that will span across all Microsoft Copilot applications and experiences, including Microsoft 365, Windows 11, Edge, and Bing. Almost every aspect of the different Microsoft applications can be assisted by AI with Copilot.
Copilot will optimize your workflow across Microsoft 365 applications, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Teams, for example, by generating text and tables in Word, summarizing and drafting emails in Outlook, and creating Python visualizations in Excel.
Has Microsoft Copilot been released yet?
Due to the fact that Microsoft Copilot will be integrated into a number of Microsoft products, the release dates will differ.
Starting September 26, Copilot will be available for free as part of the Windows 11 update.
This fall, Bing and Edge will begin offering Copilot.
In November, Microsoft 35 Copilot will begin rolling out to enterprise customers.
What is the current status of Microsoft Copilot?
Microsoft Copilot is not available as of September 22. On September 26, Windows 11 will include it.
How much does Microsoft Copilot cost?
Depending on the application into which Microsoft Copilot is integrated, the cost may vary.
On November 1, Microsoft 365 Copilot will be available for enterprise customers for $30 a month per user.
The price of the add-on is higher than lower-end Microsoft 365 business subscriptions, which range from $12 to $23 per user per month, and almost as high as Microsoft’s Office 365 E5 enterprise subscription, which costs $38 per month.
In addition, Microsoft said “Copilot will begin rolling out in its early form as part of our free update to Windows 11, starting Sept. 26 – and across Bing, Edge, and Microsoft 365 Copilot in the fall.”
How does Microsoft 365 Copliot work?
With Microsoft 365 Copliot, the Copilot AI assistant is integrated into Microsoft’s 365 productivity software family, which includes Teams, Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint.
How does Microsoft 365 Chat work?
As part of Microsoft 365 Copliot, you can access Microsoft 365 Chat. This chat interface has access to data across your Microsoft work applications, allowing it to answer questions and assist with tasks.
In Microsoft 365 Chat, you can ask it to “summarize unread messages,” and it will review all of your 365 Applications to provide you with all of the unread messages you missed.
You can also catch up on meetings, find documents, and ask questions based on the content in your documents, meetings, and chats.
Can you tell me what Google Copilot is like?
In late August, Google released its version of Microsoft Copilot, Duet AI. Among the applications that will be integrated with Duet AI are Google Docs, Slides, Meet, Gmail, Chat, and more.
The public has not yet been able to access Duet AI. Interested users can request a trial by filling out this form, which asks for their organization’s number of employees, whether they are Google Workspace customers, and their contact information.