Poll: Do you have the new Outlook.com?

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Microsoft dropped the “Preview” tag from its new Outlook.com experience over six months ago, but many users still haven’t been switched over. Microsoft has promised that all users will be moved over “by the end of summer,” which here in the northern hemisphere is only a few weeks away, and called an inference that the rollout might not be completed until next year “incorrect.”

To be honest, I’ve had the new Outlook.com for so long I forget what the old one looks like (I was in an early preview program and have had it ever since), but to recap, the new experience brings a new refreshed look, powered by an Office 365 infrastructure, pinned emails, and lots more. Here’s a sizzler video posted by the Outlook team way back in May of 2015:

So are you on the new Outlook.com? Take our poll below and let us know where you stand:

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One last note, in Microsoft’s denial of an extension of the rollout to next spring, they did mention that shared calendars may be a sticking point. Are you using shared calendars, and have you received the new Outlook.com? Tell us your experiences in the comments below.