Outlook - Draft an Email with Copilot Tutorial

Discover how to draft emails effortlessly with Copilot. Whether you're using the desktop application or the web version of Outlook, Copilot makes it easy to compose messages. Just click the Draft with Copilot button or use the slash symbol in the message body. Start using Copilot today!

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Copilot can help you easily draft emails
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directly from the button on the ribbon when
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you are in the message composition window,
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and this whether you are using the desktop
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application or the Outlook version for
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the web to request drafting via Copilot.
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Draft with copilot button or enter the slash
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symbol directly in the body of the message.
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In the Copilot window,
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I expressed the desire to draft a
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thank you e-mail for an invitation
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received regarding the Innovation Fair.
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Thanks to the small button
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at the bottom left,
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I take the opportunity to specify
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the editorial details of the message
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related to the length of the text to
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generate or the tone to use, Short,
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medium, long, formal, neutral, etcetera.
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I can then generate my draft.
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Once the proposal is displayed by Copilot,
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I can keep,
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delete or generate another proposal.
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In my case,
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Copilot drafted a message related
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to a future event whereas the
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fair took place last week.
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So I will provide some additional
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information to Copilot specifying that it
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is a past event and validate with Enter.
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Copilot takes my details into account
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and offers me a second draft that
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correctly refers to a past event.
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At anytime,
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I can change the previously expressed
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prompt and navigate through the history of
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editorial proposals generated by Copilot.
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This e-mail is intended for
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a partner I know well.
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I want a less formal and friendlier text.
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Again, I express my wish.
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Copilot does the rest.
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Finally, I would like to inform my partner
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of the need to discuss during a meeting
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that I plan to schedule next Tuesday,
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so I asked Copilot for an additional
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paragraph on this subject.
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After reviewing the final output,
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I decide to keep the draft.
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All I have to do is fill in the
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recipient and the subject of the e-mail.
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If, despite everything,
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I wish to intervene on the message,
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I can do so manually or call on
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Copilot again using the slash or
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the dedicated button, for example.
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Modify the tone or the length
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of the previously kept draft.
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Here I will ask for a longer
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text in poem mode.
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The result, even if it is not very
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professional, is quite convincing.
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Feel free to also explore express your
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needs to copilot for Outlook in order to
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save time on writing your emails daily.

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