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Microsoft Outlook is getting text predictions, 2 years after Gmail

 

Microsoft’s Outlook is getting a new feature that will suggest words and phrases while the message is being composed, allowing users to easily autocomplete emails.

The feature, outlined in an Outlook support document (via The Verge), will work on both Outlook.com and Outlook on the web. As you compose an email, Outlook will sometimes suggest some text which you can accept by pressing the Tab key or the right arrow key. To ignore the suggestion, just keep typing.

Users will also be able to turn off the text predictions by going to Settings – View all Outlook settings – Mail – Compose and reply, and clearing the “Suggest words or phrases as I type” check box under Text predictions.  Read more…

 

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