Microsoft Copilot Pro Launches
Microsoft users rejoice! 🎉
Copilot Pro 🔗 is the latest new premium subscription service designed to supercharge productivity and creativity across various Microsoft 365 applications. It’s tailored for individuals who need advanced assistance with tasks such as writing, coding, designing, researching, or learning, and it’s particularly beneficial for power users like creators, researchers, and programmers.
Taking all the latest Key Features I could find, here’s everything you need to know 👇🏻
- Priority Access to GPT-4 and GPT-4 Turbo: Subscribers get priority access to the latest AI models, ensuring faster responses and content generation during peak usage times.
- Enhanced AI Image Creation: With 100 boosts per day, you can create images using DALL-E 3.
- AI-Powered Productivity Tools: Copilot Pro integrates with Word to generate drafts, summarize content, and assist with rewrites; with PowerPoint to generate outlines and design slides; and with Outlook to summarize long email threads and suggest replies.
- Cross-Device Experience: It offers a seamless AI experience across devices, understanding context on the web, PC, apps, and soon on phones
- Enterprise-Grade Security: This is a big one for Microsoft. Copilot Pro fits within the security policy that you already know for your data.
How to Access:
Pretty straightforward. First, you need to have a Microsoft 365 Personal or Family subscription. It’s only $20 per user account.
Then you’ll have Copilot in select apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook.
For tech enthusiasts and AI fans that use Microsoft products, Copilot Pro represents a significant step forward in integrating AI into everyday productivity tools, offering a glimpse into the future of work where AI assists with complex tasks and enhances human capabilities.
While I’m not a Microsoft user, I applaud the rate of releasing these tools and their commitment to pushing this industry forward.
Tweets That Matter
I’ve spent more time than I feel comfortable admitting, thinking about this reddit post. The app is called Rizz and it does one thing: use AI to read a screenshot of a conversation and give you a quick response.
I wanted to rebuild it over the weekend and get in the game. And the more I looked into this, the more competition and copycats I found.
This paints a pretty vivid picture about the first-to-market mentality with AI being a gold rush. Idea turned into product; product turned into profit; and is now so far ahead no one else can catch up.
Why this tweet matters?
If you have an AI idea, don’t hesitate. GET IT LIVE.
This is the reason I’m launching my own projects, iterating and testing, and I want you to do the same.
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Breaking Email Changes You Need To Know
Are you prepared for the big changes coming to bulk email sending Feb 1st?
On my latest episode of The Prompt 🔗, we unpacked the crucial updates that are set to shake up the way we send emails at scale. Here are the key takeaways you need to know:
- 🔍 Clean your email list: Gmail and Yahoo are starting to phase out inactive accounts, so it’s crucial to clean up your email list to avoid skyrocketing numbers of hard bounces.
- 🔒 Authenticate your emails: Implementing authentication methods like DKIM, SPF, and DMARC will help prevent spam and phishing attempts, ultimately enhancing email deliverability.
- 📆 Timeline for changes: The new requirements will kick in come February 2024, and non-compliant emails will start seeing temporary errors. By April 2024, non-compliant emails will be outright rejected.
These changes aren’t just for the big players in the email game – they signal a broader shift in the email landscape that all senders will need to adapt to in the near future. Stay ahead of them and prioritize the experience and safety of your recipients.
Need guidance on navigating these changes? I’m here to help. Reach out for support in embracing these updates and refining your email strategies.