Microsoft has revealed a lot of information about the new update of their Outlook for Web app. According to officials, the company is currently working on a new Outlook for Web feature called Text Predictions. The new Text Predictions feature to combine with multiple tools that will suggest the users some predictive texts just like a keyboard or smartphone.
The new text prediction feature will be activated while composing a new email through Outlook. Once available, users just need to press the tab button or right arrow key to add the predictive text in the email’s text section.
The suggestions of the Text Predictions feature could be seen in a lighter color which you can add by using the arrow key and tab key to the main content. The same feature that you are using on Google’s Gmail by Google app.
Just like the Smartphone’s Keyboard, if you don’t want to include the predictive text to complete the sentence, you can ignore it by keeping on typing. You don’t need to do anything else, just keep on typing and the predictive text will be disappeared itself.
Google has also released the same update for the Gmail web app called Smart Compose. According to Microsoft’s official report, they are currently working on this feature, it is not yet fully developed for the public. The feature will be available by the end of this current month.
Let’s see how you can turn on the Text Predictions feature on the Outlook for Web app. The following steps will show you how to do so.
How to Enable Text Predictions?
To enable the Text Predictions feature, users will have to go to the Settings page from the top of the page.
From the settings menu, select the view all Outlook settings option. From here, select the Mail option.
Now, select Compose and Reply option where you will see the Text Predictions option. Turn on the Text Predictions toggle button by clicking on to it.
You’re done! You have enabled the Text Predictions feature on the Outlook for Web app.
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