Microsoft Copilot Rolls Out Trio Of Updates Across Its Platform

Microsoft Copilot has just rolled out new updates to the platform and we’ve covered them all for you below.

The changes include an innovative design for the homepage, a brand new option for editing done across images produced through AI, and a combination of Microsoft Designer. Lastly, users can benefit from a new section for video highlights across Edge.

The brand new update and collaboration are created to ensure navigation runs smoother but it might take some time to get used to this innovative change.

At the same time, we’re seeing in-app picture editing offerings that rid the need to use new programs or software. So what that does is save users time and also save up on their expenses. Furthermore, users can benefit from the latest in video highlights that ensure the overall user experience for those watching videos is at its peak while little effort is made on the part of the user.

The latest Copilot homepage is created keeping user-friendly design options in mind. This comes with a wide array of suggestions in the form of prompts that highlight the system’s offerings.

Meanwhile, Inline editing options for AI pictures ensure a super convenient means for accessing tools for design through a simple click of a button. And in the end, it just makes it so much more simpler to ensure all the AI pictures are customized the right way, without exiting the app.

By this means, we’re saying hello to a huge array of editing options that enhance hue, make backgrounds blur, and even incorporate filters through seamless means.

Last but not least, the video highlights feature makes use of AI to provide the best video highlights that feature timestamps as well. This ensures viewers skip particular segments that people might be interested in. So at the end of the day, we’re saying hello to compatibility of a new kind through both Vimeo and the YouTube app.

The features ensure great accessibility as they’re up for grabs in languages like English while also being offered in India, Australia, the UK, and the US.

But one of the biggest advantages is that they’re free of cost for everyone and work across a wide range of platforms like Chrome, Safari, and Edge. If you’re interested, you can install Copilot even on your mobile devices, either Android or iPhone and take advantage of these benefits today.

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