Microsoft Releases New 'Send' App for Short Emails

Microsoft Releases New 'Send' App for Short Emails

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Microsoft has released 'Send' a new app for in-and-out email. There are no subject lines, salutations, or signatures. Just quick, short messages.

You see only the messages started in Send—not your entire email inbox. But since Send is based on email, you can message anyone with an email address. No additional sign up steps and the people you message can respond from anywhere, even if they don’t have the app. 

"Imagine you’re walking into a big presentation and someone asks you to find out if your colleague will be attending. Chances are, you don’t have your colleague’s phone number, but you will probably have their email address—especially if you’ve been emailing with them recently. You don’t have time to search your inbox, start a new thread, or even type out a subject line. You just want to ask that person, 'Will you be at the presentation?'"

The app works for people with Office 365 business and school email accounts, and Microsoft says it expects to make the app more broadly available in the coming months.

You can download Send from the App Store for free.

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Microsoft Releases New 'Send' App for Short EmailsMicrosoft Releases New 'Send' App for Short Emails
{Anthony} - July 22, 2015 at 4:19pm
Worthless...another entity that will be included in Microsoft's next write off loss of 2-3 billion..... It's almost as if they are fighting BB for bottom spot... #AppleNation
SayingWhatEveryonesThinking - July 22, 2015 at 3:44pm
Both Google and Apple already have this. Wow, Microsoft. Aquire Skype and ruin it, and now this.
Justabrake - July 22, 2015 at 3:05pm
I use GV connect send then my google email This is only for office 365 ......
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