Microsoft Outlook Soon Get Gmail-Like Text Prediction
Microsoft Outlook Soon Get Gmail-Like Text Prediction, Apart From Email Scheduling Feature
Now The Microsoft Outlook appears to set a soon getting a new feature its will make composing emails a little easier. In The Both of the Outlook on the Web and Outlook.com will get a text prediction feature is similar to what is already present in Gmail, a Microsoft support document has revealed. This type, Outlook its will suggest words or phrases, much like Gmail. There is no fixed release date for the feature but it is expected sometime this month. In The Additionally, the company is working on a ‘send later' feature as well.
Microsoft Support Page
The Microsoft to its support page, are described what the text predictions feature is and how it will work. The Users its will get suggestions for words or phrases as they compose their mail. In This case the text prediction seems suitable, there will be two ways to accept the suggestion, by pressing the Tab key or the right arrow key. These suggestion can also be ignored by just continuing to type. Doing so will make the suggestion disappear. These company states this feature will come to both the Outlook on the web app and Outlook.com.
Microsoft Company says this feature can also be turned off by going to Settings > View all Outlook settings > Mail > Compose and reply > Text predictions, & uncheck the Suggest words or phrases as I type check box. As of now, the Text predictions option is not available in the settings menu. In according to the Microsoft 365 public roadmap, the feature is currently marked as “In development” and will release in “May CY2020”.
The another feature is Microsoft company are working on, one of which is ‘Send later' for Outlook on the Web. Its will allow users to schedule they want to send an email message. It is also currently “In development” and will release in “Q2 CY2020.” Feature has also been available in Gmail for quite a while now.
Microsoft Reply All Storm Protection
Microsoft Company are also introduced a Reply-All Storm Protection feature for its Office 365 users. This feature aims at helping IT teams reduce the impact of reply-all mail storms that are occur due to the negligence of employees and put pressure on email servers. Its can also lead to a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.