Microsoft has been neglected its Outlook email service for years. The email service failed to compete with other popular services in terms of new features.
Microsoft has been testing the new Outlook on the Web experience for months. However, both individual and enterprise users are eagerly waiting to see the new features.
Today, we have a piece of good news for you. Microsoft plans to roll out the new Outlook on the web experience in late July. We are going to get a quick overview of some major features coming your way soon.
Microsoft revamps Outlook for Web
You can now easily categorize emails in your inbox. You can organize, find and tag emails messages in your inbox.
Sometimes, your eyes may get tired by looking at your PC’s screen for hours on end. Dark mode comes to the rescue in those situations.
Now you can tag a group, contact, or category as a favorite in your Outlook account. Your Outlook mobile app is also going to sync your selection.
New message tab
Previously, many people had to repeatedly jump between the reading and writing pane while composing a message. Microsoft understood the discomfort and added a new writing tab at the bottom of the reading pane.
Time management features
Microsoft added new features in Outlook that help its users to effectively manage their time throughout the day. Now Outlook helps you to stay organized by creating event and meeting reminders.
Moreover, the calendar search feature allows you to look for a keyword, person or location.
Snooze your emails
Most of the times, we don’t want to see an email at the top of our inbox and you wish that it should disappear. Outlook now allows users to snooze those emails to read them later at some time.
Month view option
We always want to keep track of our events so that we don’t miss anything. Now you can see a big picture of the events with the month view option.
Microsoft added some new features in order to streamline your online meetings. You can either create a new online meeting, join an ongoing meeting, or see the number of attendees.
Microsoft encouraged its users to provide their feedback to improve existing features and design.
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