After testing it with a number of businesses for several months, Microsoft has just announced when it will broadly launch its Microsoft 365 Copilot service. of the Verge A report from Microsoft’s press event shows that the service will roll out to enterprise customers starting November 1st.
Microsoft previously stated that the service would cost $30 per user per month at launch. It will allow its subscribers to automate several tasks in Office applications. This includes Copilot writing drafts of documents in Word, emails for Outlook or summarizing meetings in Teams.
It will also have a new feature called Copilot Lab. This will be a useful feature for people learning how to type the best directions for Copilot to get the best AI generated results.
While enterprise customers will get Microsoft 365 Copilot first, Microsoft also revealed that it’s also testing it with regular consumers. No word yet on when this version will launch or how much it will cost.