Dating back to 1996, Microsoft Outlook was one of the very first webmail services to be launched as the internet was still coming into its own. Now, over 20 years later, Outlook continues to be one of the most popular email services available. Over its decades-long history, Outlook has become more sophisticated, streamlined and user-friendly. Now, Microsoft is rolling out new Outlook updates that will offer even more features for users to improve the platform and promote ease-of-use.
Microsoft first announced its plans to update Outlook’s design back in June, and some changes have already been rolled out. The new changes are primarily focused on improving the appearance of the platform, making navigation easier, improving searches and allowing users to customize their experience. Microsoft is rolling these updates out periodically over the next several weeks and users can test out new features before officially making the switch to the updated version.
If you’re on the Targeted Monthly Channel for Outlook, you might have already seen some of these updates rolled out. Consider toggling over to the newest version of Outlook to try out a few of the newest Outlook features for yourself. While any change to familiar platforms can be difficult to get used to, the new updates for Outlook promise to offer a number of great benefits to users.
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