Microsoft Office app for iOS will soon allow its users to listen to documents when the screen is locked. This is an improvement to the Read Aloud feature, according to the Microsoft 365 Roadmap page.
Last week Microsoft added this feature on the roadmap page and said it will be available for iOS users this month. With just a few weeks to enter May, iOS users are still waiting for this feature that will enable them to listen to documents when their phone screens are locked. According to Microsoft, the dates mentioned on the roadmap page are tentative dates and are subject to change. This means there may be a slight delay in its release. The latest feature will enable you to listen to your document as long as the phone screen is on. The Office app on iOS will pause the audio playback when the display is locked. While you are listening to a lengthy document you will have to keep tapping on your iOS devices at a regular interval to make sure that you get to listen to your document in one go.
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