Microsoft Power Platform: AI Copilot will build apps with GPT-4

The buzz around OpenAI’s recent launch of GPT-4 has led to numerous discussions about the potential applications of AI in various industries. As one of the biggest investors in OpenAI’s parent company, Microsoft has been quick to integrate OpeAI’s innovations into its products, such as Bing search, Edge browser, and Office 365. While it remains unclear how long it will take for AI to fully replace office workers, one thing is certain – it can be a powerful tool to assist them.

Microsoft Power Platform Copilot Developing apps with OpenAI’s GPT-4

Recently, on March 16th, Microsoft announced the release of its latest innovation – Power Platform Copilot. This new feature of Microsoft Power Platform leverages the power of GPT to provide AI-powered assistance in developing apps for Power Apps, Power Virtual Agents, and Power Automate. By simply talking to GPT and describing the app they want to create, developers can have Copilot build it in seconds and suggest tips to improve it. In this blog post, we’ll explore the potential of Power Platform Copilot and how it can revolutionize the way developers create apps with the help of AI.


Power Platform Copilot is revolutionizing the way developers create apps. With its intuitive interface and AI-powered capabilities, developers can simply describe the app they want to create using natural language, and Power Apps will build it. This not only includes writing code for the UI but also creating the data table and business logic. For example, if a user wants to create a worker onboarding app that gets new worker data and shares training content and learning modules, Copilot can create the app in just one step.

This innovative feature of Microsoft Power Platform is a game-changer for developers, simplifying the app development process and allowing them to focus on building great apps.

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Power Platform Copilot offers users an unparalleled level of customization and flexibility in app creation. With its easy-to-use interface, users can interact with Copilot to make changes to their apps, such as adding new columns to the data table or filling it with sample data.

Copilot is also equipped to suggest improvements to the app in case of any problems during the creation process. This innovative feature empowers users to build apps that meet their unique needs and preferences, with the added benefit of AI-powered assistance. With Power Platform Copilot, creating customized, high-quality apps has never been easier.


Power Platform Copilot is revolutionizing the way firms build and integrate AI-powered solutions. With GPT support already integrated into Power Virtual Agents, users can connect their bots to a wealth of data, enabling them to generate answers to customer queries.

This feature enables firms to provide Q&A support to customers by connecting bots to knowledge bases and Q&A databases for various products. Additionally, firms can use Power Virtual Agents to build robots for internal use, such as common content queries for HR based on current policies and terms. With the launch of Power Virtual Agents Copilot, users can now describe their robot’s process in natural language and build it in a dialogue, rather than creating it one by one.

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Furthermore, the integration of Power Virtual Agents into Power Apps provides even greater flexibility and integration options for users.


Copilot will automatically generate the flow of the process and suggest ways to improve it. Additionally, users can customize the process by talking to Copilot and adding or modifying steps. For instance, if a user wants to create a process that automatically sends an email to customers who have recently made a purchase, they can describe the process to Copilot using natural language.

Copilot will then create the flow and suggest improvements. The user can then modify the flow as necessary to meet their specific needs. With Copilot, Power Automate becomes even more accessible to users with little or no automation experience.

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The addition of the Azure OpenAI service in AI Builder means that users can now use GPT models to generate text content in Power Automate Desktop. This feature offers immense convenience, especially for those who deal with text-heavy tasks such as report writing, email drafting, and more. With AI-powered content generation, users can save time and effort while still producing high-quality content.
This latest update underscores Microsoft’s commitment to integrating AI into all its products and services, providing users with innovative and efficient solutions to their everyday tasks.

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