New features will be available through the toggle toggle that the company is adding, allowing users to test new features and gather reviews and feedback from them. Users can easily opt in and test new features if they wish, which means there is no need to commit to using these features until they are completed and released to all users.
Microsoft announces changes to Outlook experience for Windows and web platform
The first is the new changes to Outlook for Windows, with Microsoft introducing a simplified Ribbon that the company announced last June. In addition to the new interface, this new change allows the application to display appropriate content on different device sizes. Next, users can easily add and remove unnecessary elements and features on the Ribbon, or to hide these features.
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Some other parts of the user interface also have minor changes. The Folders item will now list groups as separate items from email folders, so when users collapse the list of items remains visible.
The list of messages is also refined to help users easily read the content of the messages, the headers of the messages are displayed louder. There are also buttons right on the message header that make it easier for users to compose and reply to incoming messages.
Finally, the calendar in Outlook is getting smarter and easier to use. Users can easily add mandatory or optional meeting attendance, meeting times, and Outlook will have meeting location suggestions available based on the status of meeting rooms available during that time period.
In addition to Outlook for Windows, web-based Outlook is also rolling out and adding a host of new improvements, one of which the company announced in June. This includes a smarter search box, which displays a list of users who have interacted recently or who interact more often. In addition, users can also easily search for files in the inbox through a separate tab instead of navigating through all received messages to find a specific file as before.
Giant Microsoft also added a series of smart answers to Outlook, saving users time and headaches to come up with the right answer. The Smart Reply feature will be suggested based on the content of the message received by the user.
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The Favorites section in your inbox lets users add more people and categories to their folders, so they can keep up to date with messages from specific users or about specific topics.
Web-based calendars also receive a number of new enhancements, providing information about the availability of meeting rooms, similar to the Windows app. In addition, Microsoft also redesigned the event icon to make it easier for users to identify the types of events on their calendar.
The company also makes managing groups simpler, with the addition of several new features that make it easier to discover related content. Email categorization is also easier, and the new Files tab allows users to view documents that have been used and edited recently. Visit the Groups tab to quickly view information about group members and group admins.
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Finally, to use and experience the above features, users must activate the added toggle bar on Outlook on both the web platform and the app for Windows. The feature will be available to all users after the testing period, but at this time there is no word on when Microsoft will start rolling out the new feature to users.
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