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The Microsoft 365 Copilot Early Access Program is finally here! The tech giant has officially released invites to grant users access to their brand-new AI assistant, Copilot.
This Microsoft 365 Copilot preview is only available to a select group of users. The exclusive list includes up to 600 businesses worldwide, so if you haven’t received the invite yet you may have just missed out!
Back in March, Microsoft began testing Copilot with 20 enterprise customers including businesses like Chevron and Goodyear. Previews play a major role in the development of the new platform. The feedback gained from these initiatives will not only help creators refine Copilot before its official launch but will also help them design new capabilities.
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Microsoft Copilot Features
Copilot will completely elevate Microsoft’s already impressive suite of apps. Expect some major upgrades to the firm’s top business applications such as Outlook, PowerPoint, OneNote and Excel to name a few.
A fun new Copilot feature includes DALL-E integration with PowerPoint. Users will now be able to prompt Copilot to create custom AI images to accompany presentation slides.
If you’re a frequent user of Outlook, you’ll be happy to hear that Copilot will be embedded in the platform. Copilot’s artificial intelligence will help you create more effective emails by providing you suggestions on where you can improve the sentiment, clarity and tone of your text.
Moreover, Viva Learning is also getting an AI upgrade. This application will feature a natural language chat interface that can help you learn new skills through building tailored learning journeys and upskilling paths.
Is Copilot in Microsoft available?
Microsoft Copilot is partially available. The new Microsoft 365 is only open to a select group of testers and exclusive members. Recently, the tech giant has specially invited up to 600 businesses worldwide for a paid preview of the new AI assistant.
It is not completely clear when Microsoft plans to release Copilot to the wider public. If all goes well, we expect this to happen sometime this summer.
The Microsoft 365 Copilot Early Access Program is an invitation-only preview for exclusive members. The initial wave of invites was sent to around 600 businesses worldwide, granting many users access to the new Copilot. If you’re also hoping to gain access, we expect Microsoft to roll out wider availability in the next coming months.