Microsoft Copilot Unveils Enhanced Image Editing and Revamped Interface on Its First Anniversary

Mahek Baid
Mahek Baid February 8, 2024
Updated 2024/02/08 at 10:00 AM

Microsoft Copilot, an AI-powered chatbot, has recently celebrated its first anniversary with a range of exciting updates. These updates include new image editing capabilities and a fresh design overhaul, which are set to enhance user experiences across various platforms.

The Copilot app now features a more streamlined look and feel, with an updated interface that offers improved usability, whether you are using the mobile app or the web version. Additionally, Microsoft has added a carousel feature that provides dynamic suggestions for engaging with Copilot. Each time you open the app, these carousels present new ideas, making your interactions more intuitive and efficient.

Copilot’s “Balanced” mode, which strikes a balance between creativity and precision, has been improved with a turbo boost. The fine-tuned model powering this mode is called Deucalion, and it enables Copilot to deliver richer and faster responses, enhancing your overall experience.

Copilot’s Designer, which is fueled by DALL-E 3, now goes beyond image generation. It is not only capable of creating images but also offers powerful editing tools, such as highlighting objects, adding background blur, and transforming visuals into pixel art or other creative styles.

For Copilot Pro subscribers, the image editing capabilities extend further. They can resize and regenerate images seamlessly within their chat, whether they need square or landscape formats. These features are currently available for English speakers in Australia, India, New Zealand, the U.S., and the U.K. Subscribers of Copilot Pro, which is available for $20 per month, can enjoy exclusive tools for seamless collaboration and creativity, such as advanced image editing and the immersive Designer GPT.

Microsoft has also introduced Designer GPT, an immersive canvas within Copilot. Here, designers, writers, or developers can visualize their concepts, brainstorm, and ideate, fueling creativity.

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