Microsoft Outlook Update: Microsoft officially launched a new Outlook for Windows app at the start of 2023. One might belive that the consumers are excieted for the new update but it is the exact opposite, many users have expressed that the classic Outlook app is much better. Since,it offers features not yet available in the new version.
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Microsoft Outlook Update: Upcoming Features in New Outlook
Earlier this week. Microsoft has announced a lengthy list of features in a blog update. This annoncement stated that everything mentioned in the list will be added to the new Outlook app during the next year.
Here is the list that Microsoft Outlook Update to be working on exclusively for updates:
- Automatic Capitalization
- Breakable Header in Message List
- Conditional Formatting
- Drag and Drop Emails and Attachments on Desktop
- Inline Replies
- Preserve Deleted Meetings
- EML File Support
- File Tab in Outlook Search
- Reorganize Folders
- Secure Meetings
- Support for MSG Files
- Offline Support
- Outbox Folder
- Image Formatting
- POP3 Account Support
- PST File Support
- Message Reminder
- Secure Save for Attachments (select a folder to save)
- Share Local Files from Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Shared Calendar Information for Work Accounts
- Teams Tab in Search
The blog also highlights recent improvements already available in the new Outlook for Windows, such as Gmail, Yahoo, iCloud, and IMAP account support, ICS file support, better options in message list selection, immediate actions, sorting by sender or subject line, scheduling in different time zones, improved table styles, better folder list experiences, searching folders without read mail, flagged or directly sent to me, and reminders pane.
User Feedback and Future Outlook for New App
Microsoft adds that they have received feedback on the functionality of the new Outlook app and are committed to enhancing it, “from focused optimizations to large platform investments.” The new Outlook app will eventually replace the classic version, which currently hosts mail and calendar apps in Windows 10 and is expected to be retired by the end of 2024.