Anmol Mehrotra


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22nd February 2021 8:18 AM EST
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Last year, Microsoft announced Text Predictions for Microsoft Word, which uses a machine learning model to make suggestions based on the text entered by the user. Shortly after the announcement, Microsoft made the feature available to 50% of beta channel users Available

Now, it looks like Microsoft is ready to make the feature available to everyone, according to a recently published entry on Microsoft 365 Roadmap, Text Predictions will be made available to Microsoft Word users in March, according to Microsoft states that the feature will “Helps users write more efficiently by predicting text quickly, timely, and accurately”

After the introduction, Word users will see greyed out predictions that can be accepted by pressing Tab or rejected by pressing Esc over time, these predictions will get better based on the user’s writing style if you don’t get used to using predictions interested, you can also disable them completely

Microsoft notes that data is not “out of tenant” and no human will see it unless it was donated as part of the feedback mechanism. “Word users can navigate to Help> Feedback for complaints or suggestions Send to Microsoft Earlier this month, Microsoft also started bringing text prediction support to Outlook users

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