Now you can dictate your emails in your iOS Microsoft Outlook!1 min read
Microsoft is reportedly adding voice capabilities in its Microsoft Outlook app that will enable users to write emails, schedule meetings, and make searches using just their voice command. The Cortana-powered voice features will be made available to all iOS devices with the Android version coming soon.
The Outlook mobile app will now contain a new plus sign that lets users activate the voice mode. Outlook users can reply to messages with their voice or write up new emails using the speech-to-text functionality.
Users can also use voice to attach files quickly, as Outlook is using Microsoft Graph to surface relevant documents.
Microsoft is also reportedly launching a Scheduler Microsoft 365 service that helps users to schedule meetings.