As online writing assistants dominate – especially during remote work – Microsoft has decided to up its assisted writing offerings. This new feature will use Microsoft’s Tone Detection system currently in development. The Tone Detection is a part of Microsoft Editor and is similar to services such as Grammarly. Tone Detection will give real-time advice on grammar, punctuation, geopolitical references, formality, and communication enhancement.
Tone Detection will be disabled by default on all Outlook accounts and easily enabled through the settings options. This new feature will help users better communicate – especially individuals writing in their non-native tongue.
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