Microsoft unveiled new plans prospects A feature set to blur the boundaries between traditional emails and more modern chat services.
A post on the company’s roadmap revealed “Outlook for Windows: Feedback,” where users on Windows devices will be able to “like, laugh, cheer, celebrate or drop a tear in response to emails.”
The Email client I hope this allows you to “apply your feelings and see how others react in Outlook emails without sending or receiving incremental emails”, because we’ve all been in a chain of unintended “respond everything”.
Outlook feedback and tapbacks
According to the post, these new tabbacks could arrive as early as this month. Microsoft is currently still in the development and testing phase, and Microsoft still hasn’t released and released this update in Outlook.
Microsoft has already played with feedback in its other communications services. difference Users can actually choose from any number of emojis when a full response isn’t needed.
Microsoft’s upcoming features have been saved in other notes on the site, the same descriptions for web browsers and Macs, as well as iOS and Android, all with the same October 2022 launch target date.
Elsewhere, the company is expanding its reactions to Teams chat users on all devices, unlocking more than 800 emojis.
Despite the popularity of instant messaging-type communication platforms, Microsoft remains committed to trusted email, which continues to occupy its place in external communications and sensitive information.
On the Beta channel, the PC maker plays with cloud settings for email signatures, which are currently limited to Windows devices. This long-awaited feature is designed to preserve signature settings after only one instance, which is good news for hot office workers and users of multiple PCs.