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Now Cortana rolls out to Skype

Microsoft | Oct 18, 2017 | Master3395

But if you are in Norway you still have to wait.

It's over a year since Microsoft talked about Cortana to Skype. Now the function is finally rolled out for all non-beta tests, but if you are in Norway you have to wait even longer.

Proactive Skype with Cortana
This means that Skype receives support for automatic answers, because Cortana understands the context for faster answers to typical questions.

Another new feature is answers that can be obtained only at one touch, including movies and restaurants if the conversation is about typical things assistants can answer.

The assistant now backing in to Skype can also create calendar alerts.

Write to her
Cortana will appear at the top of your contact list when it is rolled out to Norway (Cortana in Windows 10 is still not in Norway, and it took a long time before Apple's Siri came here, but you can trick around).

From there you can write to her and get answers and perform tasks assistants can. Currently, only text is supported and not voice control.

She is rolling out now, but initially in the United States for the Skype apps for Android and iOS.

Keywords: cortana, microsoft, skype

Sources: Microsoft

Author: Master3395

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