Microsoft now allows you to fine-tune forms using Copilot

Continue writing and Rewrite are the new features added

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Microsoft now allows you to fine-tune forms using Copilot

Microsoft added Copilot to Forms, which many customers welcome as it makes designing forms easier than before. In an official blog post, the Redmond tech giant has also added the ability to fine-tune forms with Continue Writing and Rewrite features. Let’s explore them.

Continue writing

Once you have created a new form, open it, scroll to the bottom of the form, and click the Copilot icon to add more questions. You can give Copilot the descriptions of the questions you want to add or click the Inspire me button to get suggestions.


If you don’t want to add new questions to your forms, you can use Copilot to rewrite the existing questions and form titles or add descriptions. Click the Copilot icon in the top left corner of any question or title. Copilot will give you various options. You can choose from them and replace them with the original text.

Microsoft will soon also add support for allowing Copilot to draft quizzes in Forms. As of now, this Copilot in Forms is limited to business users, but it will soon be available for consumer users.

When the feature becomes available, you will need to purchase the Copilot Pro subscription, which is $20 per month with a free 30-day trial.

What do you think of these new features? Share your views with our readers in the comments section below.

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