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Microsoft recently began deploying HTTP/3 across Exchange Online front-door servers. Microsoft 365 customers can expect latency reductions of up to 67% when using services like Outlook.
Microsoft announced the rollout of a new My Day pane that lets users access Calendar and To Do from within the Outlook tab. It also allows users to drag and drop emails for creating tasks and events.
If you've ever pinned emails in Outlook for the web, you'll now be able to see them easily in the Outlook mobile apps. Microsoft is also expanding the languages supported for suggested replies.
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.
Outlook's suggested replies feature will now also show suggestions for OneDrive files depending on the email content. It only works for the English language and is rolling out for Outlook on the web.
Microsoft is rolling out the 'Send later' feature for Outlook on the web. The feature has been present on the desktop for a long time and is making it to enterprise and personal account holders.
Microsoft's new project management tool, Outlook Spaces, is now available in beta for Outlook on the web. The feature is currently called Project Moca and integrates with other apps like To Do.
Microsoft today showed off more progress on its Fluid Framework, adding it to Office.com and the Outlook Web App. It also said that it's going to be making it open source on GitHub.
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.
Microsoft has begun serving ads for its Edge browser in Windows Search. The ad provides a download link for the browser. However, it thankfully does not show up if the browser is already installed.
Leaked screenshots on Twitter show off new Inbox tabs for Outlook on the web. These tabs include ‘Promotions', ‘Newsletters', and ‘Social', in addition to the current ‘Focused' and ‘Other' tabs.
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.
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.
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.
While users of Office 365 for business and education have had to use the service-specific portal to sign in, they will soon be able to kick off the authentication process via Outlook.com instead.
Microsoft will be bringing a dark theme to Outlook on the web "very soon". The firm already offers dark themes in its desktop Office apps as well as its native Windows 10 Mail and Calendar apps.
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.
Neowin member Ian S. has posted a number of screenshots and detailed new features coming to 'Outlook on the web', the new name for the Outlook Web App and Outlook.com.