Windows 11 build 22000.132 brings a new, unified Snipping Tool, and updated Calculator, Mail and Calendar apps that are receiving a refreshed UI. These are rolling out to Dev channel users.
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According to a new report, Microsoft is working on building a new Outlook app for Windows that's meant to replace the existing Mail and Calendar applications. It's coming next year.
Last week, Windows Insiders on the Fast ring started seeing all-new icons for various apps. Now, the new Fluent Design icons for the Mail & Calendar apps are rolling out to non-Insiders.
Microsoft's Calendar app in Windows 10 seems to be set for a big visual update, as new screenshots reveal new Fluent Design changes. The whole app seems to have had a complete visual overhaul.
Microsoft has spent the last few months updating everyone to the new Office icon sets, and now it looks like native Windows 10 apps will follow suit with icon makeovers in the style of Your Phone.
Microsoft is updating the Windows 10 Mail app for Insiders on the Release Preview ring, finally bringing dark mode to the panel where users actually read their mail, which was previously white.
Microsoft seems to be enabling an improved design for the Windows 10 Mail and Calendar apps, which includes a redesigned sidebar for Mail and a new dark mode for more components of the UI.
The Windows 10 Mail and Calendar apps are getting an update for Insiders, and it seems to improve the dark mode by applying it to more elements of the UI, such as the message composer.
Windows Insiders are reporting that they're seeing advertisements show up in the Windows 10 Mail app. According to a report, the new ads are only there for those that don't pay for Office 365.
The Windows 10 Mail app was updated with inking support for Insiders in the Fast Ring in June, adding the ability to draw on email messages. The feature is now rolling out to all Windows 10 users.
Microsoft is rolling back its decision to force users of the Windows 10 Mail app to open links in its own Edge browser, and it will provide users with the option to use a different one.
Microsoft has updated the Windows 10 Mail app for Insiders in the Fast Ring, introducing inking capabilities in the composer, but the feature doesn't seem to be available for everyone yet.
At Microsoft's Build 2018 conference today, the company announced that the Mail app in Windows 10 is getting a new Fluent Design element called density, which adapts to different screen sizes.
In a new Skip Ahead build that was released earlier today, Microsoft noted that it will begin testing a feature that will force Windows 10 Mail users to open links in the company's Edge browser.
Microsoft today announced that a number of features that were previously exclusive to Outlook and Office 365 users will be available to Gmail users in the Windows 10 Mail and Calendar apps.
Outlook Mail and Calendar app grabs People App integration and ‘save all' attachments in the latest update pushed out to Insiders in the Fast Ring on Redstone 2.
After users began reporting that their Gmail account no longer worked on Windows 10 Mobile, Google has now confirmed that the company has fixed the issue on its end.
If you are an Insider running the latest Redstone builds, then today you will have an update that adds features to Mail and Calendar, including the ability to open an email in its own window.
A new update to the Windows Mail app has added a toggle switch for Conversation View, within the app's settings. The update is currently rolling out to Windows Insiders with the latest build.
Microsoft's first-party app family - Photos, Maps, Mail and Calendar, Groove and Movies & TV - has been highlighted in the latest video in Microsoft's '10 reasons to upgrade' campaign.
Several core apps for Windows 10, including Mail, Calendar, Calculator and several Office apps have received some updates and under-the-hood improvements ahead of the general release.
Microsoft has just released a new build for Insiders on the 'fast' ring, and it's a little rough compared to previous versions, but there's a quick fix for one of the issues you may encounter.