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Copilot for Microsoft 365 Dev Blog

Welcome to our dev blog for the tyGraph Copilot for Microsoft 365 Power BI reports! Here we will outline the latest changes and layout upgrades. To get the latest report version, check out this article: Update from a Power BI Template App

Here we list incremental changes, but you can find a complete outline of each report page in our Product Guide


March 2024

We are excited to introduce a new Power BI report experience that provides valuable insights into the adoption and licensing of Microsoft Copilot for Microsoft 365. This report offers a detailed overview of Copilot usage, allowing organizations to analyze trends and make informed decisions to optimize their Microsoft 365 investment. Refer to the Product Guide for more details.


Enabled Licenses

Total purchased Copilot licenses for the organization.

Assigned Licenses

Number of licenses assigned to users.

Available Licenses

Number of licenses purchased but not yet assigned to users. 

Prerequisite Licenses 

The following licenses are a prerequisite to Copilot add-on license.

  • Microsoft 365 E5
  • Microsoft 365 E3
  • Office 365 E3
  • Office 365 E5
  • Microsoft 365 A5 for faculty
  • Microsoft 365 A3 for faculty
  • Office 365 A5 for faculty
  • Office 365 A3 for faculty
  • Microsoft 365 Business Standard
  • Microsoft 365 Business Premium

High Probability Adopters

These users rank within the top 5 percentile for activity levels across Excel, Word, OneNote, PowerPoint, Whiteboard, and/or Loop within the given report period.

Active Users

Number of users that have interacted at least once with Copilot in the reporting period.

Inactive Users

Users that have not interacted at all with Copilot in the reporting period.

One-time Users

Users that have only used Copilot once since they were assigned the license.

Adopted Users

These are influential users who are accessing Copilot for Microsoft 365 consistently, frequently, and on a broad level across Microsoft 365 applications. Any person who uses Copilot more than one day per week, three times per week, and in at least one application per week.

Adoption Consistency

Number of users who interact with Copilot on a regular basis throughout the week. Remember, consistent engagement leads to higher adoption and higher productivity!

Adoption Frequency

Number of users who engage in heavy interactions with Copilot throughout the week. Unlike consistency, which emphasizes regular usage patterns, frequency accounts for users who may interact intensely with Copilot, even if their usage is not consistent throughout the week.

Adoption Breadth

Number of users who utilize Copilot across multiple experiences throughout the week, including applications like Office apps, Teams, and Copilot chat. This metric reflects the diversity of usage scenarios where Copilot is integrated, highlighting its versatility and widespread adoption among users across various productivity tools.

Copilot Experience

The type of Copilot used during the interaction. For example, M365 Chat experience on Bing and Teams. M365 Apps refers to the copilot experiences in apps like Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, and more.

Copilot Interactions

Microsoft 365 AppFeatureDescription
WordDraft with CopilotGenerate text with and without formatting in new or existing documents. Word files can also be used for grounding data
ChatCreate content, summarize, ask questions about your document, and do light commanding via Chat.
PowerPointDraft with CopilotCreate a new presentation from a prompt or Word file, leveraging enterprise templates. PowerPoint files can also be used for grounding data
ChatSummary and Q&A
Light commandingAdd slides, pictures, or make deck-wide formatting changes.
LoopCollaborative content creationCreate content that can be collaboratively improved through direct editing or refinement by Copilot.
OutlookCoaching tipsGet coaching tips and suggestions on clarity, sentiment, and tone, along with an overall message assessment and suggestions for improvement.
SummarizeSummarize an email thread to help the user quickly understand the discussion.
Draft with CopilotPull from other emails or content across Microsoft 365 that the user already has access to.
TeamsChatUsers can invoke Copilot in any chat. Copilot can summarize up to 30 days of the chat content prior to the last message in a given chat. Copilot uses only the single chat thread as source content for responses and can't reference other chats or data types (for example, meeting transcripts, emails, and files). Users can interact with Copilot by selecting pre-written prompts or writing their own questions. Responses include clickable citations that direct users to the relevant source content that was used. Conversations with Copilot take place in a side panel that allows users to copy and paste. Copilot conversations will disappear after the side panel is closed.
MeetingsUsers can invoke Copilot in meetings or calls within the same tenant. Copilot will use the transcript in real-time to answer questions from the user. It only uses the transcript and knows the name of the user typing the question. The user can type any question or use pre-determined prompts; however, Copilot will only answer questions related to the meeting conversation from the transcript. The user can copy/paste an answer and access Copilot after the meeting ends on the Recap page.
CopilotAllows users to access data across their Microsoft 365 Graph and leverage LLM functionality. Copilot can be accessed in Teams and when signed-in to Bing with an active directory account.
CallsCopilot in Teams Phone uses the power of AI to empower you to work more flexibly and intelligently, automating important administrative tasks of a call, such as capturing key points, task owners, and next steps, so you can stay focused on the discussion. Copilot in Teams Phone supports both voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and public switched telephone network (PSTN) calls.
WhiteboardMakes meetings and brainstorm sessions more creative and effective. Use natural language to ask Copilot to generate ideas, organize ideas into themes, create designs that bring ideas to life and summarize whiteboard content.
OneNoteDraft with CopilotUse prompts to draft plans, generate ideas, create lists, and organize information to help you easily find what you need.

Source: Microsoft Copilot for Microsoft 365 overview | Microsoft Learn