The text prediction feature is on its way to Outlook email service similar to the Smart Compose feature in Gmail. Microsoft seems to want to provide more benefits to Outlook email service users, as the support page data indicates that a feature is expected to launch text prediction and provide suggestions to users when writing E-mail based on artificial intelligence technologies. Users will be able to…
Text writing prediction is on its way to Outlook email, similar to Gmail’s Smart Compose feature.
Microsoft seems to want to provide more benefits to Outlook email users, as the support page data indicates that a text prediction feature will be launched soon and provide suggestions to users when writing email based on artificial intelligence technologies.
E-mail service users will be able to accept suggestions by clicking on the text, clicking on the side arrow, or reject the suggestions made by completing typing in a normal way.
Microsoft plans to launch the feature this month, bringing new benefits to the many Microsoft 365 subscribers it provides. It may also come with the “send later” feature for e-mail, which will allow users to schedule e-mail sending dates to suit them.
The move comes from Microsoft similar to what Google provided to users of its Gmail service with the Smart Compose feature.