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Microsoft Loop’s Copilot integration can turn blank pages into structured documents

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Last May, Microsoft confirmed via its Microsoft 365 roadmap page that Copilot integration is coming to Microsoft Loop. Yesterday, Microsoft began rolling out this Copilot integration in private preview to Microsoft Loop users. Copilot in Loop can help users create content in the following ways:

  • Create a new page from scratch using text landing.
  • Reuse and modify an existing loop pattern.
  • Reuse and modify an existing loop page.

Copilot for Microsoft 365 in the Loop can help you get started with brainstorming, content drafting, and more.

Currently, Copilot in Loop is only aware of what is written in the Copilot block. The content that Copilot creates is not based on the surrounding page content or linked content.

Copilot integration in Microsoft Loop will soon be available to all enterprise users with a Microsoft Copilot license for Microsoft 365. In addition, a Microsoft 365 E3 or E5 license is required to purchase a Microsoft Copilot license for Microsoft 365. Customers with Microsoft 365 F3 and F1, Office 365 E1, Business Basic and more will be eligible to purchase Copilot for Microsoft 365 in the coming weeks.

#NewinLoop#co-pilot can now help you create content in 3 different ways:

🆕 Build a new page from scratch using a prompt
♻️ Reuse and modify an existing loop pattern
♻️ Reuse and modify an existing loop page

Never suffer from the blank page syndrome again! pic.twitter.com/znQt8AdZMp

– Microsoft Loop (@MicrosoftLoop) July 9, 2024

Besides Microsoft Loop, Copilot is also available in other popular Microsoft 365 apps, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams and others.

For example, Copilot in Excel can help you analyze and explore data. Copilot in Word can write, edit, summarize and create text content. Copilot in PowerPoint can convert your ideas into presentations. Copilot in Outlook can summarize long email threads. Copilot in Teams can help you run more effective meetings by summarizing discussions and more.

Integrating Copilot into these apps offers intelligent real-time assistance to improve users’ productivity.

Copilot combines the power of large language models (LLMs) with your Microsoft Graph data—your calendar, emails, chats, documents, meetings, and more—and Microsoft 365 apps to make your words the most powerful productivity tool on the planet . And it does so within the framework of our existing commitments to information security and privacy in the organization.

With its continued expansion across the Microsoft 365 suite, Copilot is changing the way users work, creating more efficient and engaging experiences for everyone.

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