Send by Microsoft, is the newest e-mailing app around
Microsoft has unveiled a new messaging application called Send. Send is mainly designed for in-and-out emails, helping co-workers to send quick short notes which hardly need the format of a formal letter. Send is already available for iPhones in the United States as well as Canada; and the same is also to be made available for both Windows Phones as well as Android Phones. This application works perfectly for people with Office 365, business as well as school mail accounts; and in the next few months Microsoft experts intend to make the app, more broadly available.
Among numerous beneficial features like short and quick messaging experience, Send also allows the user to reach out to all their co-workers, as well as have the conversation stored in Outlook. Conversation can also be started by simply tapping on the contact, and quick replies can easily be chosen by swiping the already available responses.
However, Send does not display all mails, but only the ones started in the app. Microsoft is also taking necessary initiatives to bring more IT controls in the application. But for present, features allowing conversation from anywhere just by using email id, or user name, seems to be the best, making work more convenient!
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