Windows Copilot, the centralized AI integration tool, is set to introduce third-party plugins, according to Microsoft. The company is currently seeking feedback from developers to shape the future of these plugins for Windows 11. Previously, we reported on the presence of first-party AI plugins that bridge the gap between Bing-powered Copilot and Windows 11.
Microsoft recently distributed a survey titled “Plugins for Windows Copilot: Your Opinion Matters” to qualifying developers. The aim is to gather valuable insights on plugin integration with Windows Copilot. The company plans to conduct interviews with these developers via Microsoft Teams calls, each lasting approximately 30 minutes.
Windows Copilot aims to enhance user productivity by providing a personal assistant accessible from the taskbar. Its features include content rewriting, summarization, and explanation options. Users can leverage Copilot to perform various tasks, from checking the time in different locations to arranging travel accommodations. The tool also incorporates popular Windows features like copy/paste, Snipping Tool, and Snap Assist, making it a versatile platform for ideation, project execution, and collaboration.
The integration of Bing and ChatGPT plugins in Windows Copilot not only expands AI capabilities and user experiences but also presents new opportunities for developers to innovate and connect with their customers. Microsoft invites developers to join the Windows Copilot journey by investing in these plugins, ensuring their contributions are incorporated into the platform.