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Unveiling the Redesigned Microsoft Copilot: A Game-Changer

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Microsoft has released an update for its AI-powered assistant, Copilot, which is set to be showcased during the Super Bowl weekend after a four-year hiatus. The update has given Copilot a more streamlined appearance. Over the past few months, Microsoft has introduced several AI projects, such as integrating its AI chatbot with the Bing search engine, as well as the launch of web and mobile apps.

All of Microsoft’s AI services have been consolidated under the brand of Microsoft Copilot. Now, Copilot has a fresh new look. Keep reading to learn more about the latest updates.

"Microsoft Copilot has been redesigned and improved."

Microsoft Copilot revamped! Here is what the new-look AI tool can do

Microsoft recently announced significant updates to Copilot, its AI-powered assistant, on the web, Android, and iOS platforms. The new Copilot experience features a more streamlined look and feel, along with a new carousel of suggested prompts that showcase the assistant’s capabilities.

Yusuf Mehdi, Executive Vice President and Consumer Chief Marketing Officer at Microsoft, revealed that the company has seen remarkable growth in Edge and Bing share, thanks to Copilot’s 5 billion chats and 5 billion images created to date. As Copilot becomes Microsoft’s singular experience for people seeking AI-powered assistance, the company is introducing further image-creation capabilities.
The Designer feature in Copilot allows users to customize the images generated by the tool by providing inline editing options that can be accessed within the Copilot chat itself. By using this feature, Copilot users can highlight objects, enhance their colors, blur the background, or apply artistic filters on the images – all without leaving the workflow. This feature is free of cost and can be easily accessed by all Copilot users.

If you have a subscription to Copilot Pro, you now have the ability to resize and regenerate images without leaving the chat. You can easily switch between square and landscape images. Additionally, Microsoft is introducing Designer GPT within Copilot, which provides users with an immersive canvas to bring their ideas to life.

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