We're constantly on the go, and there never seems to be enough time in the day. Fortunately, we don't need our computers to stay on top of things—our mobile devices get the job done! We're pleased to announce that Dictation for Outlook is now available for iPhone and iPad devices, making it even easier to be productive throughout the day.
With the Dictation feature, you can use speech-to-text to author content in Office with a microphone and a reliable internet connection. Using your voice is faster than typing and simplifies work on-the-go. It also helps capture the right tone by allowing the natural flow of your voice to be articulated on your device quickly and effortlessly!
Microsoft 365 users can now take advantage of the same dictation functionality previously available exclusively on desktop and Word with Office Mobile. Now, you can use your voice in Outlook to respond to email or write new email messages, or in Word to draft documents on your iPhone or iPad. Coming soon to Android. Dictation lets you use speech-to-text and simple voice commands to author content in Office with the simple click of a microphone. Outlook also leverages Microsoft Graph to recognize the names of your colleagues so you can add that personal touch.
Take a look at what we announced today.
Office also features dictation capabilities in Microsoft Word online at Office.com:
Microphone help - Easily check which microphone is being used and if it can hear you.
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