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Microsoft is introducing a new tool called Microsoft 365 Copilot assistant to OneNote in November. This assistant can perform various tasks like generating lists, creating plans, and rewriting your notes. It’s part of Microsoft’s plan to change how Office documents are created.

Microsoft 365 Copilot will be available for Microsoft 365 customers on specific business and enterprise plans starting from November 1st. OneNote will be one of the apps to get this feature. Over the past six months, a small group of Microsoft 365 Enterprise customers has been testing Copilot in apps like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

While this feature does come with a monthly cost of $30 per user, Microsoft is betting that it will revolutionize how people create Office documents. In OneNote, you’ll find Copilot in the home ribbon section as a side pane on the right-hand side. It can help you summarize your notes, create to-do lists, plan events and meetings, and even act like a chatbot to answer your questions.

Microsoft is also planning to bring Copilot to the consumer version of Microsoft 365 next year. Since many students and consumers use OneNote, it’s likely to be one of the first apps to get Copilot on the consumer side. Additionally, OneDrive will be getting an update with Copilot integration in the future, making Microsoft’s productivity suite even more powerful and user-friendly.

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