After announcing a multi-billion dollar investment in OpenAI earlier this month, Microsoft said it plans to add ChatGPT technology to all of its products.

Microsoft announced the launch of a premium product for Teams messaging powered by ChatGPT on Wednesday. Meetings will be easier with the AI-powered chatbots that hit Silicon Valley.

According to the company, the premium service will increase to $7 per month in June and $10 per month in July. Owned by OpenAI, the ChatGPT app creates automatic meeting notes, recommends tasks, and helps create meeting templates for Teams users.

Chatbots that can compose prose or poetry on command are at the forefront of generative AI, a space that more and more tech giants are pouring their resources.

ChatGPT announced on Wednesday a $20 per month subscription plan that gives subscribers faster responses and priority access to new features and improvements.

Additionally, to help earn revenue from Salesforce Inc, Microsoft Corp. Now adds artificial intelligence capabilities from ChatGPT maker OpenAI to another of its products, Bloomberg reported on Feb. 2.

According to the details, it is a customer relationship application. With Viva Sales, Microsoft will be able to generate email responses for customers who use OpenAI products to create text. Viva Sales connects Microsoft Office and video conferencing programs with customer relationship management software.

AI tools, including OpenAI’s GPT 3.5, will delete data from client records and Office email software. This information is then used to generate emails with personalized text, pricing details, and promotional information.

The Viva Sales app, originally released in October, works with Microsoft’s Dynamics account management program and with programs from rival Salesforce. It’s free for users who sign up for Premium Dynamics and $40 per user per month for Salesforce customers.

In early January, Microsoft struck a $10 billion investment deal with OpenAI, adding products and systems from the AI ​​research store to computer programmers and cloud software.

Among other things, Microsoft plans to use ChatGPT to improve its Bing search engine, and its executives have talked about broad consumer and commercial uses of OpenAI’s work, according to the report.