Microsoft Launches Copilot on Microsoft 365; Introduces Pro Subscription Plan

K. C. Sabreena Basheer 16 Jan, 2024 • 3 min read

In a strategic move to broaden the accessibility of its AI-powered assistant, Copilot, Microsoft has launched Copilot Pro, a premium subscription catering to individual users. Simultaneously, the tech giant is expanding the availability of Copilot in Microsoft 365, ushering in a new era of advanced AI features. This development aims to democratize artificial intelligence, allowing more users to harness the power of Copilot for enhanced productivity and creativity. Let’s delve into these new launches from Microsoft including the Copilot GPT builder, its mobile app, and more.

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Microsoft Copilot Now on Microsoft 365

Copilot Pro Unleashes Advanced AI Capabilities for Individuals

Microsoft’s Copilot Pro, priced at $20 per month, unlocks a plethora of advanced features for individual users. This subscription provides priority access to the latest AI models, introducing the cutting-edge GPT-4 Turbo for faster and more efficient responses. Subscribers gain enhanced AI image creation capabilities, with 100 daily boosts for quicker image generation and improved quality. Notably, Copilot Pro integrates seamlessly with popular Microsoft applications like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote for Microsoft 365 subscribers, delivering an enriched user experience.

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Copilot GPT Builder Tool Offers Personalization

A standout feature of Copilot Pro is the upcoming Copilot GPT Builder tool, empowering users to create personalized Copilots tailored to specific topics. This innovative tool, similar to OpenAI’s offering, allows individuals to customize their Copilot experience with a few simple prompts. This move aligns with Microsoft’s commitment to user-centric AI, providing flexibility and adaptability in the AI assistance domain.

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Microsoft Copilot GPT Builder

Expanded Availability of Copilot in Microsoft 365

Microsoft is breaking down barriers by expanding Copilot for Microsoft 365 to a wider audience. Previously limited to enterprises with a minimum subscription requirement of 300, the service is now accessible to Office 365 E3 and E5 subscribers, including small and medium-sized businesses. Microsoft’s decision to remove the 300-seat minimum requirement further democratizes access, enabling even individual users to benefit from Copilot within their organizations.

Copilot Mobile App Integration for On-the-Go Productivity

Acknowledging the growing importance of mobile productivity, Microsoft is introducing the Copilot app for iOS and Android devices. This dedicated app enhances accessibility, allowing users to interact with Copilot on-the-go. Additionally, Copilot will be integrated into the Microsoft 365 app, enabling users to export content seamlessly as Word or PDF documents, further facilitating mobile productivity.

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Microsoft Copilot Mobile App

Our Say

Microsoft’s strategic move to introduce Copilot Pro and expand Copilot in Microsoft 365 demonstrates a commitment to democratizing AI. The emphasis on individual subscriptions, removal of seat minimums, and the introduction of customization tools align with evolving user needs. By integrating Copilot into mobile apps, Microsoft is ensuring users can leverage AI assistance wherever they go. As Copilot evolves, it is bound to become an integral part of Microsoft’s user experience. With these advancements, Microsoft solidifies its position at the forefront of AI innovation, making it more accessible and personalized.

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