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Last year Microsoft announced text predictions for Microsoft Word The feature uses a machine learning model to make suggestions based on text entered by the user Soon after the announcement, Microsoft rolled out the feature to 50% of beta channel users

Now it looks like Microsoft is ready to make the feature available to everyone.According to a recent entry in the Microsoft 365 roadmap, text predictions will be rolled out to Microsoft Word users in March Microsoft notes that this feature will help “users write more efficiently by predicting text quickly, timely and accurately”

Once deployed, Word users will see grayed-out predictions that can be accepted by pressing the “Tab” key or rejected by pressing the “Esc” key Over time these predictions will improve depending on the user’s writing style.If you are not interested in using predictions, you can also turn them off completely

Microsoft notes that no data will “leave tenant boundaries” and that no human will see it unless it is “given as part of the feedback mechanism” Word users can access Help > Feedback to send complaints or suggestions to Microsoft Earlier this month, Microsoft also started rolling out text prediction support for Outlook users

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