Microsoft 365 and Copilot Exciting news for Microsoft Office users! The buzz around Copilot is getting louder this week, resonating within the realm of the company’s Office productivity apps.
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Microsoft 365 and Copilot Joining Hands
Copilot is making its way to many of Microsoft’s Office apps. Microsoft 365 and Copilot back in September, billing it as their all-encompassing AI assistant. They also announced that Microsoft 365 Copilot will be officially launching for enterprise users on November 1st, at $30 per user per month.
So, it’s no surprise to see notes in the Microsoft 365 Roadmap that Copilot will be rolled out extensively in Microsoft 365 Office apps in November. These include Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Whiteboard, OneNote, Loop, and Microsoft 365 Chat.
Excel Is a Bit Different
One app, Excel, is a bit different. According to the Microsoft 365 Roadmap, it’s evident that access to Copilot will be available, but only in public preview, in November. Its general availability won’t be live until February 2024.
Copilot consolidates LLMs and Outlook data to assist you in getting more done. It can summarize email threads and extract important points.
Microsoft Teams will soon include support for Loop and more.
Exciting New Features Coming to Teams
According to this week’s Roadmap update, there are many new features coming to Microsoft Teams. They have so much to unveil that they’re just giving us a glimpse in this post.
Microsoft Loop will be added as a collaboration service in Teams.
Another upcoming Teams feature is said to make creating messages easier.
All these Teams features are set to launch in November.
Microsoft is adding Interactive Quizzes, Surveys, and Polls to Microsoft Stream.
Microsoft Stream, the video streaming service based on enterprise, will introduce some interactive features in December 2023. It will allow users to include quizzes, polls, and surveys in videos.
More ways to add content to Stream videos will also be included.