Outlook Mail for Windows 10 updated with a new interactive notification system
Outlook Mail is a good tool to have if you want to save time or just make things easier for yourself. Those who already use this feature will be pleased to learn that Windows released a new update for Outlook which includes multiple new features bound to make it even better, such as the new interactive notification system which allows Windows 10 users to get things done faster than before.
All the options you usually get with mail facilitators such as mark/flag/archive and so on are now interchangeable and can be set on two buttons provided by this new update, so you won’t have to trade the essentials for the newer features.
There are other features added with this latest update, including @mentions which allow users, especially those on Office 365, to mention someone directly from an email. While not everyone will see this as something useful, they can integrate it into their daily email usage, some if not many will be thankful for such a feature. There is also a pop-up feature that allows users to make a pop-out window of their email or composing page.
The 17.7466.40627.0 update comes for Windows 10 users that are part of Microsoft’s Windows Insiders (Fast Ring) program and can be easily downloaded and used at your earliest convenience if you meet the above-specified requirements.
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