Disabling Copilot Components in Microsoft 365 | Service Plan Limits

Disabling Copilot Components in Microsoft 365 | Service Plan Limits

If you’re looking to customize the Copilot for Microsoft 365 license to your needs, understanding its 8 service plans and how to disable specific components is essential. This article explores the license’s governance over feature availability, revealing how the disabling of specific components can be achieved. However, the article notes that it is not possible to disable Copilot for each individual Office app since all the "productivity apps" fall under a single service plan. Therefore, they are either all on or all off.

With this knowledge, you can effectively navigate the Copilot for Microsoft 365 license to maximize its benefits towards your goals.

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