The 12 Days of Copilot – Day 11 Microsoft 365 Copilot in Microsoft Whiteboard – HLS Show Me How

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HLS Show Me HowNew.png  What is Microsoft 365 Copilot in Microsoft Whiteboard?

Microsoft 365 Copilot is a feature that helps you create and present engaging and interactive whiteboard sessions with your audience. It uses artificial intelligence to analyze your voice, gestures, and content, and provide you with suggestions, feedback, and insights to enhance your presentation. You can use Copilot to plan your session, get real-time cues, and review your performance.

What are the benefits of using Microsoft 365 Copilot in Microsoft Whiteboard?

  • You can save time and effort by letting Copilot generate an outline for your session based on your topic and goals.
  • You can improve your delivery and engagement by following Copilot's tips and prompts on how to use your voice, gestures, and annotations effectively.
  • You can get instant feedback and analytics on your session, such as how well you covered your key points, how clear and confident you sounded, and how your audience reacted.
  • You can learn from your experience and improve your skills by reviewing Copilot's summary and recommendations for your session.

How do I use Microsoft 365 Copilot in Microsoft Whiteboard?

  • To use Copilot in Whiteboard, you need to have a Microsoft 365 subscription and a compatible device, such as a Surface Hub or a Windows 10 PC with a microphone and a touch screen. You can start Copilot from the Whiteboard app by tapping or clicking on the Copilot icon on the toolbar. Then, you can follow the steps below:
  • Select your topic and goals for your session. Copilot will generate an outline for you, which you can edit or customize as you wish.
  • Prepare your whiteboard canvas with the content and tools you want to use. You can add images, text, shapes, stickers, and more. Copilot will also suggest some useful features, such as templates, ink-to-shape, and ink replay.
  • Start your session by tapping or clicking on the play button. Copilot will listen to your voice and watch your gestures, and give you cues and tips on the screen. For example, it might remind you to speak louder, slow down, or use more gestures. You can also ask Copilot for help or feedback at any time by saying "Copilot, what do you think?" or "Copilot, how am I doing?"
  • End your session by tapping or clicking on the stop button. Copilot will give you a summary and analysis of your session, including your strengths, areas for improvement, and audience reactions. You can also review your session recording and replay your whiteboard animations.
  • *(the preceding description was written by Microsoft 365 Copilot in Word)

In this final 12 Days of Copilot session I take you through some of the uses of Microsoft 365 Copilot in Microsoft Whiteboard.   


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