Microsoft launching this handy tool on Outlook in November
Microsoft, is all set to introduce a new feature on its Outlook application next month. Since, typing long emails on a smartphone is a hassle, Outlook is back with its predictive-text feature to help you send your mundane emails a lot more conveniently.
The company posted the announcement on Office 365 Roadmap, that the new addition will be available on Android and iOS from next month.
Just as it is rolled out, users will need to enable it using their phones, by visiting App Setting and switching on the text predictions toggle. Saving time and reducing the chances of errors, senders can easily facilitate themselves using the AI feature and delivering emails faster.
Outlook, after Smart Compose tool’s launch in 2019, has decided to join the suit with its direct competitor Gmail, a little late.
“The online video streaming platform, YouTube has rolled out a new feature that is going to make it easier and faster for its users to find their required content,” the company wrote in a blog post.
Furthermore, Microsoft previously introduced the Outlook extension on Google Chrome browser so as to make it convenient for users to perform their respective tasks without switching tabs.
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