Copilot Lab will be available to all Microsoft 365 Mobile users by the end of this month

You can get the best prompts for Copilot on the go, now.

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Copilot lab mobile

Copilot Lab is a platform announced by Microsoft last year, where users, especially organizations, can learn how to work with Copilot better and more efficiently. The hub was released last year, alongside Microsoft 365 Copilot, and since then the Redmond-based tech giant has been updating it with hundreds of prompts.

Because yes, Copilot Lab is meant to be a hub, where you can share ideas and suggestions with other colleagues, such as learning to write prompts and come up with new recommendations on how to work with an AI tool.

Initially available to only to the desktop-based users of the Microsoft 365 suite, the Redmond-based tech giant is bringing it to the mobile app by the end of this month, according to the latest entry in the Microsoft 365 Roadmap.

Copilot Lab will allow users to browse and use suggested prompts in Copilot for Microsoft 365 on mobile platforms.


So, now, you’ll be able to have access a variety of Copilot prompts on the go, so that you can use the AI model at the best of its capabilities in any situations. You’ll also have access to dozens of training videos, and tools to understand how Copilot works. This could be quite useful when preparing for presentations, and checking up those last details.

Plus, one of the best features of this platform is the community. Copilot Lab will bring all of your co-workers together, and you can share ideas or get ideas about how to use the AI model from them. Then, based on your needs, you can access Copilot Lab on your mobile to get the best prompts from your colleagues for platforms such as Word, Excel, or PowerPoint.

Copilot Lab should be available to all Microsoft 365 Mobile users on Android and iOS devices by the end of this month.

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