Microsoft teases Copilot in Loop, announces private preview for it

It will be available to all enterprise users in the following weeks.

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Copilot in Loop

Microsoft is teasing the Copilot integration with Microsoft Loop with a post on X (formerly known as Twitter) showcasing how the AI model turns empty pages into organized documents, making content creation easy.

A private preview of this brand-new feature is now available to users, and it will be released to all enterprise users with a Copilot subscription in the following weeks.

If you’re using Microsoft Loop on a daily basis, you should be excited. Why? Well, Copilot in Microsoft Loop can be very helpful when you start creating a document.

You’ll have three main options: building a fresh page from the beginning using a text prompt, reusing and modifying an already-made Loop template, or reusing and modifying an existing Loop page.

However, Microsoft Copilot in Loop can only comprehend the text within the Copilot block. It will not recognize anything outside or linked to this specific section. Despite this limitation, the benefits of improved efficiency and productivity are great.

To be eligible for this feature, you’ll need a Microsoft Copilot subscription, as we mentioned earlier. This means you’ll need a Microsoft 365 E3 or E5 license to purchase a Microsoft Copilot for Microsoft 365 license. But there’s good news coming up: customers using Microsoft 365 F3 and F1, Office 365 E1, Business Basic, and more will soon be able to.

In other news, the Redmond-based tech giant also updated Microsoft Loop to notify users of various updates. For example, as a manager, you’ll be able to create custom notifications that will let you know when your workmates complete their tasks. One more reason to use Loop, right?

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