Recently, Microsoft announced plans to streamline its cross platform virtual assistant Cortana in a future version of windows 10. The next release will provide a chat based user interface, voice and keyboard support, and features that allow users to view calendars, set reminders, and perform other productivity related tasks.
Microsoft said that as Cortana, a new virtual assistant, enhanced access to these accounts for business and school users,It will remove music, connect home and third-party Cortana application integration, and will end support for Cortana in older versions of windows.
How these updates on Cortana will help users keep up to date, save time and do their best to satisfy them, Andrew Shuman, vice president at Cortana, said in a blog post:
In addition to the new chat-based user interface, the improved Cortana can also identify new commands such as telling me the next task on my calendar and reminding me to send it every Friday at 2 p.m.
For these users in the United States, they will see improved people, email and file lookup capabilities, etc., but users in other countries will not be so lucky. In non-U.S. markets, it will initially be limited to Bing answers and Cortana basic conversations.
According to Microsoft's official information,All these skills to be provided include: calendar, join my meetings, reminders, lists, assistant conversations / chat, Bing replies, alerts, timers, open applications, open settings, people search, media controls, etc.
Microsoft says it Plan to remove all Cortana features and integrations that are not in the list above, but it will continue to add additional features to the experience. Elsewhere, using Cortana in Microsoft 365, such as the Microsoft subscription service line provided by Microsoft as part of the Microsoft office product line, will require you to sign in to a Microsoft account. Microsoft also said it plans to shut down its Android home screen experience: the Cortana service in Microsoft launcher by the end of April.
The changes come as Microsoft refocuses Cortana's focus on businesses, particularly for Windows and Office customers. In addition, he has recently acquired the ability to read email abstracts and send quick replies in Outlook, and has arranged meetings and delivered daily schedules and task summaries. Now, email briefings from Cortana in Outlook can provide the best time to focus, while last year Microsoft launched Center Coach, a PowerPoint service that listens to your words, then provides speed feedback, uses inclusive language, and reuses them
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