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Copilot for Microsoft 365 Introduces Auto-Complete and Text Prompt Rewriting

Microsoft improves Copilot with auto-complete, prompt rewrites, and a new interface. Team leaders can create custom prompts.

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has announced updates to its Copilot for Microsoft 365, a service designed to help users craft more effective text prompts. The enhancements include an auto-complete feature for text prompts, akin to functionalities in Google's Gmail and smartphone messaging. This addition aims to simplify user interactions with the AI, enabling faster and more efficient communication.

Introduction of New Features and Interface Updates

The new auto-complete capability is complemented by a feature that rewrites existing text prompts to better suit the chatbot's operational framework, improving the chatbot's response accuracy. Additionally, Microsoft is rolling out a new interface called “Catch Up” for Copilot for Microsoft 365, which provides personalized insights and recommendations based on the user's recent activities to enhance productivity.

Moreover, team leaders in will now be able to create, publish, and manage custom-designed prompts through Lab, tailored to their team's specific needs. This update highlights Microsoft's commitment to offering flexible tools that cater to various workplace environments.

Insights from the Work Trend Index and AI Skills in the Workforce

According to Microsoft's fourth annual Work Trend Index, conducted with LinkedIn, 75% of knowledge workers are now using in their daily operations. The survey, which included 31,000 participants globally, also indicates that 55% of company leaders are concerned about filling open roles.

The demand for AI skills is growing, as shown by a 142x increase in LinkedIn members listing AI skills like Copilot and ChatGPT on their profiles. Additionally, there has been a 160% rise in non-technical professionals taking LinkedIn Learning courses to improve their AI skills. Microsoft is leveraging this trend to promote the use of Copilot for Microsoft 365, aiming to increase the service's adoption and license sales. These updates and insights demonstrate Microsoft's continued effort to integrate AI into workplace productivity tools, aiming to enhance operational efficiency and improve the work environment.

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