Teams - Copilot in Teams Conversations Tutorial

Discover how Copilot in Teams Conversations can enhance your collaborative work. With its integration into Teams, Copilot offers ready-made prompts and the ability to interact with the panel using questions. Find out how this tool can streamline your communication and improve productivity.

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Copilot is fully integrated into teams,
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particularly within conversations,
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be they individual or group.
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Accessing the panel is simply done
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by clicking on the Copilot icon
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located in the upper right corner
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when a conversation is selected.
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From there I can interact with the
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panel using either ready made prompts
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or by entering a question like I do,
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aiming to summarize the interactions
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between me and my colleague.
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But what exactly did we talk
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about in September 2023?
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Copilot instantly summarises
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the content of our exchanges.
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I had reached out to my colleague
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Fred regarding issues requiring
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action on his part.
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Copilot, can you remind me of the requests
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I made to Fred in our conversation?
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Oh yes, it was about a connection
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issue with a USB device.
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Copilot, can you give me a summary
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of the last seven days exchanges?
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Certainly.
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It's quick,
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functional and accurately decrypts
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what we recently discussed
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if the conversation includes
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decision making or pending items.
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I can specify through the suggested
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prompts to get a summary as well.
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Now I wish to get an update on
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a file format issue we faced.
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Lacking inspiration, I turned to Copilot,
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which suggests drafting my message first.
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I can then click on the icon directly
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in the text area and rephrase my text,
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specifying whether the generated
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text should be short or long.
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Or if the tone should be casual,
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professional, or enthusiastic.
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All that's left then is to replace
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my initial text and post my message.
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Group conversations are also well
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catered for, even if they include
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a large number of participants.
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What have we recently discussed
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in the educational team?
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Ah yes, the Copilot project
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and upcoming sessions.
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What are the positive feedback and
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ideas related to this conversation?
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From what I read,
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positive feedback on presentations
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or sessions and compliments for
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the teamwork during the sessions.
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Each message can be general or specific
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concerning only certain participants.
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I can also use Copilot to summarize
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the links present in a conversation.
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I would then have a list of published
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links that are also directly
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clickable during our exchanges.
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Were there any important decisions I missed?
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Let's ask our assistant.
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Oh yes, a change of instructor for a session,
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because Julian has a loss of voice
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in the flow of conversations.
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This is how Copilot can help me get
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to the essentials to stay up to date
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with exchanges among collaborators.

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