Microsoft Outlook on Windows has been missing a feature that’s available on its iOS, Android, and web counterparts for some time. The ability to use suggested replies within Outlook first appeared on its web version in 2018. The feature has also been available for the iOS and Android versions of Outlook for some time. Now, the feature is finally on its way to Outlook for Windows.
The feature suggests three responses to an email that you can easily choose with a tap. The feature can also suggest attaching a file as one of the options.
Here’s the feature’s description from the Microsoft 365 roadmap:
When you receive a message in email that can be answered with a short response, Outlook may suggest three responses that you can use to reply with a couple of clicks. This capability already exists in Outlook on the web, and in Outlook iOS and Android.?
The feature is currently listed as rolling out this month, but that’s subject to change. Neowin points out that that the feature is already available for Office Insiders in the beta channel.
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