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Microsoft adds functionality that will allow you to use voice to write

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Microsoft recently released a new voice recording and transcription feature in the Microsoft Office app for Android. The feature lets you record and transcribe voice recordings and even lets you review. Microsoft is now releasing some new features in the Outlook app for iOS and Android that will allow you to do more with your voice.

According to a recent post from company blog, the Outlook app for iOS is getting three new voice features. These AI-enabled features allow you to easily schedule meetings with voice commands, conduct natural language surveys, and dictate emails.

To issue voice commands, you can tap the + icon in the lower right corner of the app, then tap the microphone icon to trigger Cortana. After that, you can issue commands like “When is my next team meeting?” or “Set up a meeting with X.” If you want to search for specific emails, you can also use commands like “Find emails sent to X” or “Find emails with attachments from X”.

Microsoft adds functionality that will allow you to use voice

If you’re a Microsoft 365 user, you can also use the new Dictation feature in Outlook for mobile devices. The feature is now available in Work and Outlook for the desktop and allows you to quickly respond to emails or draft new emails. The feature now recognizes the names of people in your contact list, so you’re less likely to make a spelling mistake when dictating emails.

These new voice features are currently only available in the Outlook for iOS app. But Microsoft plans to release them for the Android app soon, adding some great functionality that will be available in Microsoft Office as well.

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