Fluent Design touches on Microsoft account’s homepage

By: Robert Neagoe
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Fluent Design Microsoft account

Managing your account from the Microsoft Account page is easy and helpful as it allows you to set up your privacy settings and much more. You can also keep track of your reward points from shopping online. Users recently reported some issues with signing in to their Microsoft account. We have published an article on this topic. If you are unable to sign in to your Microsoft account for any reason, feel free to read our article and fix it.

Your Microsoft account dashboard has a new design

The Microsoft account online dashboard has been redesigned with some Fluent Design touches. A new animated card-style design has been introduced and looks attractive. It allows direct access to your personal settings, connecting devices, subscriptions, as well as Microsoft Rewards points right on the home page.

The light animation and shadow effects are activated when you hover your mouse across the cards. This Fluent Design looks more lively and does not affect the loading time of the page. You can see how it looks like on the GIF here:Fluent design touches on Microsoft account dashboard

This new design should already be available to everyone so you can check it out by signing in to your Microsoft account. If you encounter any issues whatsoever, let us know in the comments below. Enjoy!

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