The Microsoft 365 Copilot service, which combines ChatGPT with various programs in the Microsoft 365 suite, is an essential service that many people have eagerly anticipated. Despite the cost of up to $30 per person, Microsoft has announced the features and pricing beforehand, and now they have officially announced the launch date, which is November 1st.
In addition to using ChatGPT in applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Teams, Microsoft has also introduced a new app called Microsoft 365 Chat. This app is a chat app but has the ability to read all the files in our account and access other enterprise-level applications like Jira. This service is separate from Bing Chat Enterprise, which lacks external data access features, but focuses on security for organizations.
Before the launch of Microsoft 365 Copilot, Microsoft showcased features such as summarizing meetings for later reading, writing emails in the account owner’s style, summarizing videos in the Stream service, and querying information from any file in OneDrive.
TLDR: Microsoft 365 Copilot is a highly anticipated service that combines ChatGPT with various Microsoft 365 programs. It offers features like reading files and accessing enterprise-level applications. Microsoft showcased several features before the official launch on November 1st.