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Microsoft today announced that it has begun rolling out Office Delve, an intelligent search feature, for its Office 365 business customers.
Previously codenamed Oslo, Delve taps Microsoft’s “Office Graph” machine learning database to show your most relevant documents. The service employs a card interface reminiscent of Google Now and Flipboard.
Delve currently pulls in content from email, OneDrive, SharePoint and Yammer. Microsoft plans to add support for email attachments, OneNote and Lync “over the coming months.”
Microsoft first unveiled Office Graph back in March. The company says Delve is the “first of many experiences” it plans to release that hooks into the social graph.
➤ A milestone for Office Delve [Microsoft Office blog]
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