Microsoft's feature roadmap for Microsoft 365 has revealed that Outlook will support text predictions similar to Gmail's Smart Compose this month, in addition to the ability to schedule e-mails.
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Microsoft has once again shared the changes it made to the Microsoft 365 suite of products over the past month. Many of the changes were mentioned at Ignite, like the new dark mode for OneNote 2016.
Microsoft has begun testing integration of Google services, including Gmail, Drive, and Calendar into Outlook.com. The feature seems to only be available for a limited number of users for now.
Microsoft is rolling out a new feature for Outlook users on the web, letting users see their calendar and tasks from To Do side-by-side with their e-mail inbox, removing the need to open another tab.
Dark mode, one of Outlook.com's newer features, was a tad lacking in terms of customization upon release. This seems to now be in the process of being rectified with the introduction of themes.
Microsoft has announced that the updated Outlook experience, first announced at last year's Ignite, is now ready for prime time and will start making its way to customers this month.
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Another month is coming to a close, and Microsoft is once again highlighting the updates it has made to its Microsoft 365 suite of products, including tighter LinkedIn integration and much more.
Microsoft has announced a number of new smart features for Outlook.com. These mostly aim to make meetings easier to follow along, with features such as time and location suggestions.
Microsoft has detailed the changes made to Microsoft 365 during this past month, as well as announcing some upcoming features. These are aimed at helping users stay in their workflow.
Microsoft has announced some changes which will be making their way to the Outlook app for Windows as well as to Outlook.com, promising to help users get things done faster and more easily.
After almost a year of testing, Microsoft is ending the Outlook.com beta program, and today, it's starting to roll out the all-new redesign to everyone. The new design includes a dark mode.
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In the coming weeks, Microsoft will update all Outlook.com accounts to the new Mail experience. Also, both Calendar and People will receive new beta experiences that will be available to everyone.
Microsoft today announced support for email addresses in 15 Indian languages in several of its products, including Office 365. However, a third party is required to register an address.
A much-requested feature, Skype integration is coming back for Outlook.com users who were enrolled on the website's long-running beta. More improvements are expected in the coming months.
Users have been playing with the new experience that is the Outlook.com beta, with new features slowly being added a bit at a time. Now, Microsoft has added Calendar to mix, offering a new look.
Outlook.com's premium email service, which launched to the public in February, has apparently been quietly discontinued. Existing Premium users can renew, but there will be no new memberships allowed.
Today is the International Talk Like a Pirate Day, so users of the new Outlook.com beta can now choose to celebrate the occasion by switching to pirate speak. Don't like an email? Throw it overboard!
There is an issue preventing the sending and/or receiving of messages by Outlook.com users located in Europe. The problem started at 7:20 AM UTC and is currently being investigated.
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Microsoft is inviting Outlook.com users to test its new user experience, promising faster performance, new 'smart inbox' features, and enhanced emoji and GIF support, with more improvements to come.
Microsoft today announced the availability of its Immersive Reader feature for Outlook.com, Outlook on the web, and the OneNote app for Windows 10. It's meant to help people read more efficiently.
Outlook.com Premium's current promotional price won't change until June 30. Previously, a price hike was expected for March 31. Also, six more regions were recently added to the service.
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Microsoft is rolling out the latest update to its Skype extension for Google's Chrome browser, offering deeper integration for the communications platform across more of your web experiences.
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Cortana can now proactively remind you to complete tasks that you said you'd do in your emails - such as "I'll send you that report tomorrow" - without you having to ask for a reminder.
After unveiling the new Outlook.com in May 2015, and promising to upgrade all users by the end of summer 2016 "at the latest", Microsoft now says it's "in the final stages" of the migration program.
Microsoft has quietly opened up Outlook.com Premium to the public. The service will cost $19.99 for the first year, and it's open to all US users with the new Outlook.com service.
Microsoft today announced new features that will be coming to Outlook.com, as long as you're lucky enough to be on the new Outlook. You'll be able to send files from Google Drive and Facebook.
It's been over 15 months since Microsoft originally announced its plans to upgrade Outlook.com. This week, it said that almost 90% of active users have been upgraded - are you one of them?
Microsoft says an error message stating that Outlook.com upgrades would not be completed until the "first half of 2017" was itself an error, adding that 90% of active users have already been migrated.
Some users are reporting that they are seeing an error message when attempting to share their calendar which says that the upgrade to the new Outlook.com should be finished by early 2017.
Microsoft says that all Outlook.com users will be upgraded to its new service, built on Office 365, "by the end of summer at the latest" - nearly a year and a half after its original announcement.
Microsoft announced in February that it was starting to upgrade users to its new Outlook.com experience, built on Office 365. So far, over 175 million have been upgraded - but there's some way to go.
After first announcing its major upgrade to Outlook.com last May, Microsoft has now brought the new version of its webmail service out of preview, and will roll it out worldwide in the coming weeks.