Microsoft extends Copilot to an array of 365 subscription plans

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Microsoft will release new features for its Copilot for Microsoft 365 in July. According to the official blog post, this could change how people use and experience their suite of software products—from making tasks more efficient to making creative processes easier by using this artificial intelligence (AI) helper.

One of the most interesting features is the inclusion of Microsoft Designer AI art creator in Word and PowerPoint apps, which will be one of the new features. The platform was recently enhanced with an amazing feature that turns pictures into art, so this will most likely come to Word and PowerPoint as well.

You can ask Copilot to make an image or find it in Microsoft’s stock photography library, and now you have the ideal visual for improving your documents or presentations. It feels as if you possess a private graphic designer in your hand.

SharePoint users can look forward to Copilot in SharePoint Text v1. This feature guarantees to change the method of creating content on SharePoint sites and news posts. Do you require text that is modified in tone or made shorter? Copilot can help; it provides simple and fast changes to your text.

It’s worth mentioning that different Microsoft 365 subscription plans will also get access to Copilot. This involves Microsoft 365 Apps for business and enterprise, Microsoft Teams Essentials, Enterprise, and EEA, as well as specific plans like SharePoint Plan 1 and Plan 2, along with OneDrive for Business Plan 1 and others.

These new features will be available to all Microsoft 365 users mentioned above for $30/month paid annually.

What do you think about these new Copilot features? Are these fresh Copilot abilities something that excites you?

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