Microsoft Copilot Expands its Availability


Copilot for Microsoft 365 provides a great AI experience for organizations. It became generally available for enterprises in November. Yesterday, Microsoft announced that Copilot for Microsoft 365 is now available for organizations of all sizes with no seat minimum. They are also enabling their partners to help every business become powered by artificial intelligence.

Yesterday’s updates from Microsoft include:

  • Copilot for Microsoft 365 is now generally available for small businesses with Microsoft 365 Business Premium. Business Standard Customers can also purchase between one and 299 seats for $30 per person per month.
  • Microsoft is removing the 300-seat purchase minimum for commercial plans and making Copilot available for Office 365 E3 and E5 customers (A Microsoft 365 license was previously required).
  • Commercial customers can now purchase Copilot for Microsoft 365 through our amazing Microsoft’s network of Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider partners.

Microsoft also announced new features in Copilot:

  1. Copilot GPTs: They let you customize the behavior of Microsoft Copilot on a topic that is of particular interest to you. A handful of Copilot GPTs started to roll out yesterday with specific purposes such as fitness, travel, cooking and more. Soon, Copilot Pro users will also be able to create their own Copilot GPTs using Copilot GPT Builder. No date has been set for that yet.
  2. Copilot mobile app: It is now available for Android and iOS. The Copilot app gives you the power of Copilot on the go as your Copilot queries and chats will roam across your phone and PC. The Copilot mobile app includes the same capabilities of Copilot on your PC including access to GPT-4, Dall-E 3 for image creation, and the ability to use images from your phone when chatting with Copilot.
  3. Copilot in the Microsoft 365 mobile app: Microsoft is adding Copilot to the Microsoft 365 mobile app for Android and iOS for individuals with a Microsoft account. This new feature is rolling out over the next month. Access Copilot right inside the app and easily export the content you create to a Word or PDF document.

All the mobile apps can be accessed through the Google and Apple Play Stores.

You can read the full press release on the Microsoft’s Official Blog Page: Bringing the full power of Copilot to more people and businesses – The Official Microsoft Blog.

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