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- by Ben SummersWe’re very excited to announce the public preview of Copilot extensibility and other updates about our features and capabilities from across the Microsoft 365 platform. The post Ignite 2023: Ushering in the era of Microsoft Copilot extensibility […]
- by Joey GlockeIntegrate your app into Microsoft’s Copilot and Teams in minutes with API message extensions and create your own intelligent app with the Teams AI Library. The post Building the next era of AI: Teams AI Library and […]
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