Microsoft is adding text prediction feature to Microsoft Word in March. The new element will work same as Google Docs’ Smart Compose feature, utilizing AI to foresee what words an author will need to accelerate their work document. Microsoft initially declared a beta of text prediction a year ago, yet Neowin noticed it’s presently on the Microsoft 365 roadmap to reach all Word users on Windows.
Word will feature grayed out predictions when users are composing a document, and the suggestions can be acknowledged by pressing the Tab key or dismissed by hitting Escape. Text prediction feature can likewise be disabled by Word users.
Microsoft began rolling out similar feature in Outlook for Windows this month, permitting users to compose emails quicker. These Gmail-like text prediction iniitially released to Outlook on the web a year ago, along with the feature to allow users to schedule emails.