Microsoft finally decided to integrate its digital assistant Cortana with mobile Outlook, and the company is currently testing it in-house, which will soon appear in the beta and public release of mobile Outlook if all goes well.
Microsoft has been slowly adding more e-mail intelligence to its digital assistant Cortana, but it has not previously integrated it directly into the mobile version of Outlook.
But this situation will soon change. Informed sources said that Microsoft is currently testing small Na in the iOS version of iOS and Android.
Condensed Xiaona will allow users of mobile Outlook to listen and speak e-mail. This is useful for traveling users.
Microsoft is testing the small Na directly integrated into the mobile version of Outlook, which supports Bluetooth, you can read out information loudly. The user can issue something like "What's my email?" Or just read the information from a particular contact.
Microsoft is currently testing Hina's integration internally, and if the feedback is positive, the feature will appear in the beta and public release of mobile Outlook.
Just a few weeks ago, Javier Soltero, Microsoft's director of mobile for Outlook, was transferred to the Kona digital assistant. He will report directly to Harry Shum, Microsoft's director of artificial intelligence and research. Soltro joins Microsoft when Microsoft acquired Acompli's e-mail application.