Microsoft 365 Copilot, a new AI assistant that can generate content and answer queries, is coming to OneNote in November. OneNote is a popular note-taking app that is part of the Microsoft 365 suite of productivity tools.
Copilot in OneNote will be able to perform various tasks, such as summarizing notes, creating lists and plans, rewriting text, and acting as a chatbot. Copilot will appear as a side pane on the right-hand side of the app and will be accessible from the home ribbon section.
Copilot was originally unveiled earlier this year and has been tested by some Microsoft 365 Enterprise customers in apps like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Microsoft plans to charge $30 per month per user for access to Copilot once it launches on November 1st for certain business and enterprise plans.
Microsoft is also planning to bring Copilot to the consumer version of Microsoft 365 at some point next year. OneNote is expected to be one of the first apps to get Copilot on the consumer side, as it is widely used by students and consumers. OneDrive, the cloud storage service, is also getting a big overhaul with Copilot integration in the future.