You asked and responds; Microsoft answers your questions

A few weeks back the team opened the floor for questions about the newly launched email service. Yet again, Neowin responded with over 180 replies to the thread and thousands of views, and now the team is ready to share their answers.

The Outlook team took your feedback to heart and they want you to know they appreciated the feedback by saying the following:

Before we get to the video, a few relevant pieces of information:

  • We read every question, comment, bug report, feature request and general piece of feedback. We filed the feedback, requests and bug reports accordingly. Some of these have been fixed already (captcha issues, login issues for Office 365 users, and others) and some you’ll see out soon enough. We take all this very seriously, especially given how passionate and knowledgeable this community is.
  • We told you we wouldn’t comment on future releases. Lots of you asked about future releases :)
  • We saw lots of questions around the same topics, so we grouped those into more general responses in order to answer as many questions as possible. Some answers to these general responses fall into the “we can’t comment on future releases” bucket.
  • Lastly, while we know video is appreciated, it takes us a long time to get back to you guys. So next time around we’ll work on a different format so that we can answer your questions on the spot. We’ll work with Brad Sams on the best way to do this.

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Neowin would like to thank the team for all their hard work and taking the time to get to the bottom of our questions. We know that a considerable effort was made by the team to answer your questions and greatly appreciate them taking the time to interact with the Neowin community.

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