Outlook will soon be able to write your emails for you

Microsoft is currently working on a new feature for Outlook called text predictions that uses smart technology to to suggest the best word possible while users are typing an email.

In an Office support document, the software giant explains that users can use either the tab key (just like in Gmail’s Smart Compose feature) or the right arrow key to accept Outlook’s text predictions. However, if users want to ignore the suggested text, they can just keep typing and the suggestion will disappear.

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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