Supercharge your creativity and productivity with Microsoft Copilot Pro
Microsoft Copilot Pro is for power users, creators, and anyone looking to take their Copilot experience to the next level. Get accelerated performance and faster AI image creation in Designer (formerly Bing Image Creator) with priority access to GPT-4 and GPT-4 Turbo, and unlock Copilot in select Microsoft 365 apps.Requires a separate Microsoft 365 Personal or Family subscription.
Microsoft Edge is the best browser for Copilot experiences.
The future of browsing and searching is here with Microsoft Edge, now with the new Copilot built in. Ask complex questions, get comprehensive answers, summarize the information on a page, dive deeper into citations, and start writing drafts — all side-by-side while you browse, with no need to flip between tabs or leave your browser. Just click the Copilot icon in your sidebar.
Bring your Copilot on the go
With the new Copilot app, you can search and access your Copilot anytime, anywhere. Ask your Copilot anything you want, from trivia questions to creating images. Like a friend, Copilot will give you quick and helpful answers, along with suggestions for what to do next. You can even use voice to search or chat, and your history and preferences will sync across all your devices.
Copilot is like having a research assistant, personal planner, and creative partner at your side whenever you search the web. With this set of AI-powered features, you can:
- Ask your actual question. When you ask complex questions, Bing gives you detailed replies.
- Get an actual answer. Copilot looks at search results across the web to offer you a summarized answer and links to its sources.
- Be creative. When you need inspiration, Copilot can help you write poems, stories, or even create you a brand new image.
With the Copilot experience, you can also ask follow-up questions such as, “can you explain that in simpler terms,” or, “give me more options” to get different and even more detailed answers in your search. However, in Copilot, each conversation will have a limited number of interactions, to keep the interactions grounded in search.
Copilot with Bing builds on the existing Bing experience to provide you with a new type of search.
- Beyond generating a list of relevant links, Copilot consolidates reliable sources across the web to give you a single, summarized answer.
- Search in a way that feels natural to how you talk, text, and think. Copilot takes your complex searches and shares back a detailed response.
- In the Copilot experience, you can chat naturally and ask follow-up questions to your initial search to get detailed replies.
- When you open the Copilot experience on the Edge sidebar, you can also search and summarize in reference to the specific webpage you are viewing without changing tabs.
- Copilot can be used as a creative tool. It can help you write poems, stories, or even share ideas for a project.
- Ask questions as if you were talking to a person. This means including details, asking for clarification or more information, and telling Copilot how it can be more helpful to you. Here’s an example: “I’m planning a trip with my friends in September. What beaches are within a 3-hour flight from London Heathrow?” Then follow up with something like, “What should we do when we get there?”
- Ask directly for tips on how to interact with Copilot. Try things like, "What can you do?" "Can you help me with X?" "What are your limitations?" Copilot will let you know when there's something it can't help with.
- Copilot tries to keep answers fun and factual, but given this is an early preview, it can still show unexpected or inaccurate results based on the web content summarized, so please use your best judgment. We’re always learning, and we welcome feedback to help Copilot improve. Use the feedback button at the bottom right of every Copilot page to share your thoughts.
When in creative mode in Copilot, you can now ask Copilot to create a brand new image for you, using only your words. Just say ‘create me an image of’ or ‘draw me an image of’ and finish off with exactly what you’re looking for. Image Creator works best when you’re more descriptive, so get creative and add details like adjectives, locations, or even artistic styles such as ‘digital art’ and ‘photorealistic.’
Here’s an example: instead of typing ‘create me an image of a creature,' try typing ‘create me an image of an orange panda bear wearing sunglasses on the beach, digital art.’
Copilot searches for relevant content across the web and then summarizes what it finds to generate a helpful response. It also cites its sources, so you’re able to see links to the web content it references.
At Microsoft, we take our commitment to responsible AI seriously. Copilot is being developed in accordance with our AI principles. We are working with our partner OpenAI to deliver an experience that encourages responsible use. For example, we have and will continue to partner with OpenAI on foundational model work, we have designed the Copilot user experience to keep humans at the center, and we have developed a safety system that is designed to mitigate failures and avoid misuse with things like content filtering, operational monitoring and abuse detection, and other safeguards. The waitlist process is also a part of our approach to responsible AI. We'll be taking user feedback from those with early access to Copilot to improve the tool before making it broadly available. Visit the Bing blog for the latest on our learnings and progress.
Responsible AI is a journey, and we'll continually improve our systems along the way. We're committed to making our AI more reliable and trustworthy, and your feedback will help us do so.
While Copilot works to avoid sharing unexpected offensive content in search results and has taken steps to prevent its Copilot features from engaging on potentially harmful topics, you may still see unexpected results. We’re constantly working to improve our technology in preventing harmful content.
If you encounter harmful or inappropriate content in the system, please provide feedback or report a concern to Copilot by opening the menu at the top right corner of a response, and then clicking the flag icon. You can also use the feedback button at the bottom right of every Copilot page. We will continue working with user feedback to provide a safe search experience for all.
Copilot aims to base all its responses on reliable sources - but AI can make mistakes, and third-party content on the internet may not always be accurate or reliable. Copilot will sometimes misrepresent the information it finds, and you may see responses that sound convincing but are incomplete, inaccurate, or inappropriate. Use your own judgment and double check the facts before making decisions or taking action based on Copilot’s responses.
To share site feedback or report a concern, open the menu at the top right corner of a response, and then click the flag icon. You can also use the feedback button at the bottom right of every Copilot page.
You can now chat with Copilot on your phone in the Microsoft Edge app to get answers from the web, create written content, gather trip planning ideas, and more - all generated by AI. You’ll also soon be able to access your chat history, share and export chats, and ask questions about the content you’re viewing such as summarizing a page or asking for recipe substitutions. These capabilities will start rolling out to Edge mobile soon. Each conversation will have a limited number of interactions, to keep the interactions grounded in search.
Copilot in the Edge app also supports audio interactions—just tap the microphone icon and you can ask Copilot your question and hear a voice response.
To share feedback or report a concern in the Edge app, tap and hold on the response and then select either thumbs up or down option for feedback. We welcome your concerns and will continue to work with user feedback to the improve the Copilot in Edge app experience for all users.
You can now chat with Copilot with Skype to get answers from the web, create written content, gather vacation planning ideas, and more—all generated by AI. You can chat with Copilot in Skype in a one-on-one conversation or add it to a group with your friends, family, or colleagues.
When Copilot is part of a group in Skype, it can only access the chat when mentioned using @Copilot. Copilot will also refresh its memory and start over with every new mention.
However, there a few key things to remember:
- When summarizing a conversation, Copilot may get your pronouns wrong. If this happens, you can tell Copilot to correct your pronouns using @Copilot in the message.
- Copilot does not support audio or video interactions in Skype, and it will not access or participate in any audio or video conversation.
- Copilot aims to base all its responses on reliable sources, but AI can make mistakes, and third-party content on the internet may not always be accurate or reliable. Use your own judgement and double check the facts before making decisions or taking action based on Copilot’s responses in Skype.
This is a preview experience, and we are consistently working on providing all users with a positive Copilot in Skype experience. To share feedback or report a concern, right click on your response for desktop or tap and hold on your response for mobile, then select Report a Concern.
Visual Search allows you to input images into Copilot and ask questions about them. You can ask questions about images that are difficult to describe, for example; get a recipe for a dish you don’t know the name of, identify a dog breed you don’t recognize, and much more. To use Visual Search, click on the camera icon in the input bar in Copilot, upload a picture from your device or provide a website link, and ask away!
Yes, the conversations you have with Copilot with Bing are saved in the sidebar within Copilot with Bing. We call this “Chat history” and you can view, access, and download each conversation you previously had with Copilot with Bing. For example, if you ask Copilot with Bing for information about the first person to walk on the moon, the conversation you have will be saved in Chat history, which you can return to at any time.
By default, we store Chat history data for 90 days from the last update to the conversation.
There are two settings available in Copilot Settings to control Copilot with Bing data:
- You can turn off Chat history. Note that turning this off also turns off personalization if you have it enabled.
- You can turn off personalization. If you use this setting, you will still have access to Chat history and all future chats are saved, but Copilot with Bing responses are not personalized.
If you are looking to remove chat conversations from your Chat history, you may do so by: (on desktop) clicking on the trashcan icon that appears when you hover over the chat name; or (on mobile) loading a chat from the Chat history page and then tap on “...” on the top right corner. This will remove your conversations that are stored within Copilot with Bing history and the chat will no longer be used to personalize your experience. You can also turn off Chat history entirely, which prevents your search history from being saved as part of these in-product controls.
If you are looking to completely delete your Chat history including the underlying search queries stored in your Search History, in addition to the step described above, you will also need to navigate to the Microsoft Privacy dashboard, click Search History, and delete all instances that appear as “Copilot AI.”
Yes, we keep some of your chat history, including some prompts, to provide and improve the service. Your prompts are maintained in accordance with our Privacy Statement and used to monitor performance, troubleshoot problems, diagnose bugs, prevent abuse, and for other product performance analytics necessary to provide and improve the service. In addition to the controls that have been available on the Privacy Dashboard, we are now providing new in-product controls to view and delete the chats used for personalized answers. Only the data visible in Chat history in product is used for personalized answers.
If you turn on personalization, we will use your chats in Chat history, including inferences we may make from the context of your prior chats, to personalize your experience. If you do not want us to personalize using a specific conversation from your Chat history, on desktop you can remove that specific conversation by hovering over a Conversation title and clicking the trash can icon. On mobile, first open the specific chat by going to Chat history page then tap “...” on top right corner to see the Delete option. You can turn off personalization at any time by visiting the Copilot Settings page through the settings in the top right corner of the page.
You can control what Chat history is used to personalize your experience. If you don’t want Copilot to personalize using a particular chat, delete the chat from Chat history. Once deleted, the chat will not be used to personalize the answers.
Allowing personalization means you’re letting Microsoft use your Chat history to make Copilot with Bing more personalized for you. Copilot with Bing remembers your Chat history and may make inferences from that Chat history about your interests, hobbies, etc., to provide personalized answers.
You may need to turn on personalization to get a more tailored experience with personalized recommendations from Copilot with Bing. In the Copilot with Bing box, you’ll be informed about personalization or asked affirmatively to turn on personalization. You can check your personalization setting using the Settings menu. You can toggle the personalization control on or off at any time.
We’re following our Responsible AI practices and rolling out this feature slowly—as a result, the feature may not yet be available to certain audiences or locations.
You can turn off personalization through the personalization setting in the Copilot Settings menu. With personalization on, you also can control which chats are used for personalization by deleting Chat history that you do not want used for personalization.
Yes, you can turn off personalization of Copilot with Bing within Copilot settings at any time. Turning off personalization won’t turn off Chat history. You can turn off Chat history in Copilot Settings. You can use Chat history without personalization, but you cannot use personalization without Chat history since there is no Chat history available to personalize your experience.
If a user changes personalization consent from “yes” to “no”, we will delete the user personalization profile. We will still keep your Chat history unless you delete Chat history, so you can view your past conversations, but your future Copilot with Bing responses will no longer be personalized.
Regardless of your user settings, Copilot with Bing is designed not to personalize interactions based on some topics to protect your privacy and to prevent the use of potentially sensitive information. For example, we take steps to exclude context from your past conversations that may be considered sensitive, even if Chat history and Personalization are set to “ON” in your settings. Users should use caution in sharing any information they consider to be sensitive with Copilot with Bing.
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