Tuesday morning, you likely received your first Cortana Daily Briefing email. As highlighted previously in DailyNews, this new Microsoft feature is designed to help users stay in control of their calendars and be intentional about their days.
Within two hours of your workday (as set up in Outlook), you’ll receive a message highlighting outstanding commitments, documents for review for your day’s meetings, and suggested focus time to get independent work done.
A couple of important reminders about your daily briefing email:
- This briefing email is completely private. It is seen only by you. For more information, see Microsoft’s Privacy Guide for Briefing Emails.
- To stop receiving this briefing email, click the “Unsubscribe” link at the top of the message or in the footer.
For an overview of the Cortana Daily Briefing email, watch this 113-second Tech Talk video. If you want more information about Cortana Daily Briefing, click on the link in the Comments section below the video.