Outlook allows users to synchronize signatures between Windows PCs

Microsoft is going to make it possible to exchange email signatures between Windows devices. A sync feature should be released in June, then store the email signatures in the cloud.

Microsoft has a development roadmap for Office 365 online , and one of the features mentioned there is called Signature cloud settings . The description shows that Microsoft wants to make it possible to make signatures available via the cloud on all computers that the user logs into. This only applies to Windows computers.

According to the roadmap, the synchronization feature should be released next month; it is currently under development. A more precise release date has not been mentioned by Microsoft.

It was previously announced that Outlook will have an autocomplete function, similar to what Google has built for Gmail. This feature automatically suggests predictive suggestions in an email, allowing users to complete words and phrases.