Microsoft CoPilot is finally here for Small Businesses: New Features and Opportunities for Users

The enthusiasm for Microsoft CoPilot continues to grow among users, making it an integral part of both work and personal life. Microsoft's mission to empower every individual and organization worldwide has achieved a significant milestone, with over 5 billion chats and images processed by CoPilot to date. This reflects the increasing preference and usage of CoPilot, accompanied by valuable feedback for improvement.

To cater to the evolving needs of CoPilot users, Microsoft is excited to introduce several new features and options, enhancing the CoPilot experience for power users, creators, and organizations. Let's delve into the exciting updates.

CoPilot for Microsoft 365: A Game-Changer for Organizations

While CoPilot Pro caters to individuals, CoPilot for Microsoft 365 takes the Copilot experience to the organizational level. Originally available for enterprises, Copilot for Microsoft 365 is now accessible to businesses of all sizes, eliminating the 300-seat purchase minimum.

Key Updates for CoPilot for Microsoft 365:

Available for Small Businesses:
Small businesses with Microsoft 365 Business Premium and Business Standard can now purchase between one and 299 seats for $30 per person per month.

No Seat Minimum for Commercial Plans:
The 300-seat purchase minimum is removed, making CoPilot available for Office 365 E3 and E5 customers.

Availability through Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider Partners:
Commercial customers can now purchase CoPilot for Microsoft 365 through Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider partners.

Powerful Integration Across Data and Apps:
CoPilot for Microsoft 365 works seamlessly across emails, meetings, chats, documents, and more, providing a versatile AI-powered assistant.

Introducing New Features in CoPilot

As Microsoft expands the availability of CoPilot, additional features are introduced to enhance the overall user experience.

CoPilot GPTs:
Users can now customize the behavior of CoPilot on specific topics with CoPilot GPTs. Initial GPTs include fitness, travel, cooking, and more, with the ability for CoPilot Pro users to create their GPTs using CoPilot GPT Builder.

CoPilot Mobile App:
The CoPilot mobile app is now available for Android and iOS, allowing users to access CoPilot on the go. The app includes GPT-4, Dall-E 3 for image creation, and seamless integration with CoPilot on PC.

CoPilot in Microsoft 365 Mobile App:
CoPilot is integrated into the Microsoft 365 mobile app for Android and iOS, enabling users with a Microsoft account to access CoPilot within the app and export content to Word or PDF documents.

With these exciting updates, Microsoft continues to make CoPilot accessible to a broader audience, offering diverse options to cater to individual preferences, creativity levels, and organizational needs. Whether you're a free user exploring CoPilot's potential or seeking advanced features with CoPilot Pro, there's a CoPilot experience tailored for everyone.

 

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Unleash the potential of CoPilot and take your productivity to new heights. RCS Professional Services is here to guide you on the journey to achieving more with Microsoft CoPilot! 

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