Microsoft Launches Power Platform Copilot: An AI-Powered Tool for Building Apps without Coding

Microsoft’s latest addition to their Power Platform, Copilot, is an AI-powered assistant that can help developers build apps using natural language. With Copilot, developers can simply describe the app they want to create, and the tool will build it in seconds, including writing code for the UI, creating the data table, and business logic.

For example, if a user wants to create a worker onboarding app that gathers new worker data and shares training content and learning modules, Copilot can create the app in one go. Users can customize the app by interacting with Copilot, such as adding new columns to the data table or filling it with sample data. Copilot can even suggest ways to improve the app if there are any problems during the creation process.

Power Automate Copilot allows users to create any process using natural language, regardless of the complexity of the requirements, without any expertise in Power Automate. Copilot can also optimize and update the process in a dialogue-based manner.

Additionally, GPT support has already been added to Power Virtual Agents, allowing firms to connect bots to knowledge bases and Q&A knowledge bases of various products to provide Q&A support to customers. Users can use natural language to describe the robot’s process and connect it with website content, knowledge base, and other data.

Overall, Copilot is a useful tool for developers who want to create apps and processes using natural language. It can help improve productivity and efficiency while reducing the need for technical expertise.

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