Microsoft Outlook gets summarized cards on flights and packages

Jun

29

2016

Microsoft announced today added a new feature to the e – mail application hers Outlook Outlook for Windows platforms and Android and any OS that will increase the benefits of the application of e – mail and calendar application.

Outlook and works upon the arrival of an email from a trip or book Fendi or expelled or package automatically to display a quick summary reading card containing the most important details as well as containing ordinary letter to all information and data.

Microsoft said in a blog post published on its official website from start to include the feature on the site Outlook.com and Outlook for Mac OS from Apple, with provision for application on Windows platforms and Android and any OS as well as e-allocated to the system of Windows 10 and Calendar applications.

He said one of the company officials about the user get a reminder and an alert can be relied upon to stay informed on flights that are, as the user can request a taxi from the upper through Outlook to get to the airport on time.

And worked Google Inc. over the years to provide such a possibility on flights within the application of e-mail Gmail through a special interface, along with its later detects Google Now Google Now cards that provide information about flights and booking hotels and car rental packages and parcels.

Microsoft is currently in the process of re – update to Outlook e – mail service across the various platforms, following its acquisition in 2014 on Acompli , and its intention to close the Calendar application Sunrise at the end of August / August next.

Microsoft also announced today its intention to enter feature writing through e-ink applications Office Word, Excel and PowerPoint package for iPhone phones over the next month, and users can OneNote application on the Mac inking mail using tracking Trac iPad panel system.

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