This week, the Microsoft 365 Roadmap site added several new features, such as newsletter support in Outlook, viewing Teams meeting transcriptions in OneDrive for Businesses, and more.
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Microsoft has announced that it has added the new Dictate feature to both the new Outlook app for Windows as well as the Outlook web app, allowing people to use their voice to write email messages.
Members of the Microsoft 365 Insiders program can now check out some new and automatic typography features and improvements that have been put in both the Word and Outlook apps for Windows.
Microsoft has revealed a list of new features that it plans to add in the new Outlook for Windows ap for the next year, including offline support, dictation, an Outbox folder, and more.
The update, posted as an extended video on the Microsoft 365 YouTube channel, went over some of the features in the new Outlook for Windows along with a timeline for its deployment.
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Microsoft is now offering a less specific "end of 2024" date for replacing the Mail and Calandar Windows apps with the new Outlook for Windows, but the statement makes things even more confusing.
A newly updated post in the Microsoft 365 Message Center now says the company could possibly change its plans for replacing its Mail and Calendar app with the new Outlook app in September 2024.
The new alert was released via the Microsoft 365 Message Center. Businesses don't need to do anything right now, but they could get a notification on their Mail and Calendar apps in the future.
Microsoft wants to bring the classic Calendar look and feel of Outlook for Windows to the new client. In case you haven't been following, the company debuted the new Outlook client in March.
Office Insiders that are on the Beta Channel version 2304 or above can check out the new Accessibility ribbon in Outlook on Windows that offers users a way to make your emails more accessible.
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The new Gmail account support for the new Outlook for Windows app will be joined in the near future for Yahoo and iCloud accounts, along with a way to connect the Outlook mailbox with an IMAP account.
Microsoft has fixed an annoying Windows Outlook bug that was leading to the messing up of the user-selected Calendar and Meetings timeslots. Thankfully for them, the issue has now been fixed.
Microsoft will soon introduce a new feature to Outlook Calendar, helping you work uninterrupted. The tech giant is currently working on it, but you will not have to wait very long for its arrival.
Microsoft has begun testing a new UX enhancement called link unfurling in Outlook. It allows email recipients to do more with a link through rich actionable cards, without leaving Outlook.
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Microsoft has rolled out a very nifty capability to Snipping Tool in the latest Windows 11 Dev Channel build 25211, enabling the application to automatically save any screenshots that you take.
Microsoft has launched new features for contacts on Outlook Web App including self-updating contacts for enterprise users, contact categories, a new contact editor, and an upgraded People hub.
Microsoft has begun rolling out the new One Outlook for Windows app to all Office Insiders. Over the past few months, the company has also added new features on top of what it introduced in May.
Microsoft has today begun rolling out full integration of To Do within Outlook for Windows. To Do was previously an independent app which was the product of its acquisition of Wunderlist in 2015.
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To ensure that important content doesn't get buried in your inbox, Microsoft has announced a new Notifications pane in Outlook. It'll show all the notifications that specifically focus on you.
Microsoft has rolled out its revamped "One Outlook" app to Office Insiders in the Beta Channel. Although it lacks feature parity with the existing offering, there are a bunch of new capabilities too.
Microsoft has recently published an advisory on one of its portals, encouraging customers to wait for the officially released version of the leaked Outlook client, with more features in tow.
Microsoft is developing a new feature that will help Outlook users stay connected with all the updates focussed on them. The company says the feature will be available for the general public in June.
Microsoft seems to have let out a mockup of a redesigned Outlook client in the latest Office Insiders release notes for Windows. It is not clear if the image is of the upcoming unified Outlook app.
Calling it the biggest update to Outlook for Windows since 1997, Microsoft is rolling out some enhancements to the client which "dramatically" improve performance in shared calendars.
Microsoft has acknowledged an issue with Outlook on the desktop that causes trouble with viewing and composing emails. We can confirm the bug based on our testing. A fix is in the works.
The Microsoft 365 roadmap was recently updated, indicating that suggested replies are finally coming to Outlook for Windows, as well as GCC customers. Meanwhile, Teams is getting better file sharing.
A Microsoft Ignite session titled 'The Evolution of Outlook' details the firm's efforts to leverage a shared architecture, like React, to unify Outlook across platforms, including for Windows.
Microsoft has acknowledged that a "recent update" is causing Outlook outages. It is not clear if the problem was caused by the latest cumulative updates. Users can use the web app in the interim.
Microsoft has announced a host of features that are coming to Outlook on various platforms, bringing improvements to time management and task management. Most of the features are rolling out now.
Outlook will now let users choose to automatically restore open windows when the app is closed accidentally. The feature is rolling out to Insiders running Beta Channel version 2006 of the app.
Microsoft has announced that it is increasing the limit of 500 shared folders in Outlook for Windows to 5,000 for most customers. The change is available on the 1904 and 1905 versions of Outlook.
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.