WinBeta recently revealed details that Microsoft was planning to bring Cortana integration to Microsoft’s Windows 10 Office apps for Windows Phone. Recently, Windows Blog Italia has posted several screenshots that give you an idea of what to expect from the new Windows 10 Office app for Windows Phone. The images displayed here are early design images and in no way represent the final Office app for Windows Phone.
According to Windows Blog Italia, Cortana responds to commands such as “open,” “edit,” “search,” and “share,” in the Windows 10 Office app for Windows Phone. As expected, Cortana only responds to commands in English at this time, with other language support expected to be added later. Based on the images from Windows Blog Italia, below are some options available in the Windows 10 Office app for Windows Phone:
- Open a file looking folders in your phone (using the File Picker System)
- Send feedback via e-mail (smiley face)
- Add other accounts to see the documents
- About page
The above image has some helpful hints on how to use the Windows 10 Office app for Windows Phone. It should be noted that these are early design images for Windows 10 Office app for Windows Phone and are in no way representative of the final design. So for now, it looks like we will just have to wait and see what will become of the Microsoft Office app once Windows 10 is released for Windows Phone.Further reading: Microsoft, Windows 10, Windows Phone