The Next Big Thing: Microsoft 365 Copilot Early Access for 600 Enterprise Customers

Microsoft 365 Copilot Early Access Program

In March, Microsoft unveiled Copilot, an AI-powered tool that had all chances to change the way users interact with Office suites like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. But Microsoft tested it with only 20 business users. As the feedback was quite good, there are all reasons to think this is going to be a major game-changer. We guess it will affect the way people think and work.

Microsoft has now unveiled a new plan to widen access to Copilot. More than 600 users will be able to buy a paid preview of the Microsoft 365 Copilot Early Access Program. There is no info on the price yet.

What Does Offer Microsoft 365 Copilot Early Access Program?

Copilot will appear in many MS programs. This means that it will become even more cutting-edge. For instance, Copilot will work with Whiteboard during Teams calls and sessions to generate ideas, classify them by topic, create outlines that highlight concepts, and provide wrap-ups of Whiteboard content.

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Copilot will use DALL-E image generator in PowerPoint slides to provide unique images, helping users sound more cogent. If you want to write better emails, Copilot in Outlook will help you too. It will provide feedback on clarity, emotion, and tone.

Copilot will help users in Viva Learning to create learning paths, find resources, and schedule training. In OneNote, it will use cues to make plans, generate ideas, make lists, etc.

Microsoft 365 Copilot Early Access Program

Apart from this, all MS 365 E3 and E5 clients will be able to use Copilot’s semantic indexing features. They allow users to search for material using ideas and concepts rather than file names and content.

The Microsoft 365 Copilot Early Access Program gives users access to a range of fresh features that will help them show better results and be more creative.

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