On a new video from WinBeta shows the new feature in action, and we have to admit that it works pretty much flawless. You simply need say “Hey Cortana: Send a text”, then the assistant will launch and asked who do you want to send the SMS text to, and after reviewing the message, you can say “Send” to complete the operation. To send SMS messages, you’ll be able to use your voice, but you can also type the message manually. While there is a missed call notification feature in the latest build of Windows 10, the new functionality to send SMS texts is not available to the public, as trying to send an message to a phone using Windows 10 build 10565 will work, but the text message will never arrive to the recipient. However, we’re expecting to see the new feature when Microsoft releases Windows 10 Threshold 2 to everyone. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.