Microsoft Introduces Copilot Bot for Telegram Users

Microsoft launches Copilot bot for Telegram, allowing users to chat and ask questions.

  • Microsoft launches Copilot bot for Telegram, allowing users to chat and ask questions.
  • Copilot can handle text requests, perform searches, suggest movies, and more.
  • Free beta version available, with a limit of 30 interactions per day.

Microsoft has introduced an official Copilot bot within the Telegram messaging app, allowing users to interact with the AI chatbot for various tasks. This bot, currently in beta and free to use on both mobile and desktop, lets users chat with Copilot just like any other conversation on Telegram. Verified with a checkmark and the username @CopilotOfficialBot, it ensures authenticity.

To start using it, users need to search for @CopilotOfficialBot on Telegram and verify it’s the official bot. Sharing your Telegram phone number with Microsoft is necessary. Copilot can handle text requests, perform internet searches, suggest movies, create workout routines, assist with coding, translate conversations, and provide quick facts.

Microsoft’s Copilot for Telegram is part of a broader trend where AI companies offer access to their language models through messaging apps. While Copilot for Telegram is currently limited to text requests and cannot generate images, it can search the internet for information. Users are limited to 30 interactions per day.

Microsoft has been expanding its Copilot features across various platforms, including business applications, PCs, and Microsoft 365. For those seeking more advanced capabilities, a paid version offers access to the latest AI models for $20 a month.