If you need to combine content from multiple documents together into one, you can ask Microsoft Copilot with Graph-grounded chat to pull data from multiple places and tie it together in a new document you can work with.
Ask Copilot, “Look at [doc1] and [doc2], identify 3-4 common themes, and then pull them together in a new doc.“
If you have a sensitive meeting that you don’t want recorded or transcribed, but you still want to use Copilot for Teams, you can now use Copilot without transcription in the meeting options. This way, you use Copilot during your meeting, but Teams won’t make a transcription of your Copilot usage after the meeting.
If you’re looking for the best way to draft an email in Microsoft Outlook, Copilot can provide coaching and make suggestions for tone, clarity, and reader sentiment.
Select the Copilot icon from the toolbar, and then choose Coaching by Copilot from the tool bar.
*Now available in classic Outlook for Windows.
If you’ve already formatted tables in your Microsoft Word doc, you don’t need to format every new table you generate with Copilot. Now, when you select Visualize as a table from the Copilot menu, the new table you generate will use the formatting you’ve already set for your existing tables.
If you have data in your spreadsheet that you want to visualize more clearly, you can ask Copilot for Excel to create a compelling chart from it with a single prompt.
Ask Copilot, “Create a chart showing the profit margin for each product category for the last three years.“
If you’ve made notes in Microsoft OneNote using the audio recording and transcription features or, you can ask Copilot for OneNote to create a summary and have the information arranged how you want it.
Ask Copilot, “Create a summary of the notes on this page. Arrange the information chronologically in bullet points.“