Microsoft Outlook Web will soon support editor proofing emails

Microsoft Outlook Web will soon support editor proofing emails

Microsoft Outlook Web will soon support editor proofing emails

Naija Tech News on October 24th, Microsoft Outlook Web will soon support editor proofing emails After promising to bring two popular Outlook features to Android and iOS, Microsoft once again announced that another feature is coming to the Outlook web email client. The Microsoft Outlook Web client will soon support editor proofing to help users write with confidence.

Editor proofing checks for spelling and grammatical errors when a user writes a message on the Outlook web client. This is a feature that Outlook on other major platforms already offers. While Microsoft has not explained how proofing will work, it will likely work the same way as other Outlook clients.

Currently, Outlook on macOS and Windows supports checking for spelling and grammar errors, underlined with red wavy lines and double blue lines, respectively . By right-clicking on the line, you can see corrections that users may have made in their writing. You can also incorporate these suggestions into your writing, or ignore them entirely. In all likelihood, this is also expected to work on Outlook Web.

Naija Tech News has learned that, according to the roadmap page of Microsoft 365, the editor proofing function can be used in three languages ​​at the same time, which can be selected from the editor settings. However, Microsoft has yet to say which languages ​​will be available.

Microsoft is planning to bring editor proofing to Outlook Web this December.

Microsoft Outlook Web will soon support editor proofing emails

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