For starters, Copilot lets me add a large number of accounts and track the status of each. Let me tell you what this means.
Currently on my Copilot app, I have automatically connected to 2 credit cards, 2 checking accounts, and 1 savings account. For most American banks, these are done online, which is to say that through this app, I can connect to my banks and after that, everything is automated. I don't have to manually track these accounts ever again. If I have expenses or income on any of these accounts, Copilot sends me a notification and I get to categorise it however I'd like.
P.S. If you have other accounts like Stash, Robinhood, or even PayPal, you can track these automatically as well.
I can also connect offline accounts: these are non-American banks that aren't listed on the app. These would include bank accounts I have back home, cash, or any other type of finance I'd want to track. These don't update automatically-- you would have to manually update them since you're manually entering them. But other apps don't even let you do this.
The best part about Copilot is the fact that I get to link all my online and offline accounts in one place. There's less digital-running around for me to do.