AI in Microsoft Outlook?

When you have to enter a date in Microsoft Outlook (e.g. when creating a new appointment), you don’t have to use the little calendar or enter an exact date. You can enter “tomorrow”, “next week”, “next Tuesday”, “in 2 days” and so forth. ( enter without quotes)

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Forget talking to ALICE -Outlook’s gone natural!

Cheers,

Vaibhav

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  2. […] unknown wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptWhen you have to enter a date in Microsoft Outlook (eg when creating a new appointment), you don’t have to use the little calendar or enter an exact date. You can enter “tomorrow”, “next week”, “next Tuesday”, “in 2 days” and so forth. … […]

  3. […] unknown wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptWhen you have to enter a date in Microsoft Outlook (eg when creating a new appointment), you don’t have to use the little calendar or enter an exact date. You can enter “tomorrow”, “next week”, “next Tuesday”, “in 2 days” and so forth. … […]

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