Microsoft announced on Monday that its payment service would be integrated with Outlook in an attempt to better integrate invoice payments and invoices in emails. It was one of the modifications to Outlook that the company said would allow developers to better interact with users.
The Microsoft Pay system would allow users to make payments through emails without having to switch to other applications. Microsoft said initial payment partners include Stripe and Braintree, while Zuora billing service and billing services, including FreshBooks, Intuit, Invoice2Go, Sage, Wave and Xero, would also be among the companies that work with the new capacity. of Outlook. Microsoft Pay will be extended to some Outlook.com users in the coming weeks, while more users will receive capacity in the coming months.
In addition, Outlook will get customizable cards for actionable messages that help contain notifications and conversations. in a message The new card format can be added to emails, bots and computer chats, Microsoft said.