Microsoft is planning to bring all of its Outlook web users over to the new Outlook.com by the end of the summer. The rollout has been fairly staggered so far, with many people still not moved over to the new interface.
However, responding to a user on Twitter, the Outlook team made it known that everyone should expect to be using the interface in the next few months.
@BrettHowse We're thinking 2016! Everyone will be migrated over by the end of summer at the latest.— Outlook (@Outlook) July 13, 2016
While this isn't exactly surprising, it's good to know that Microsoft is still on track to getting everyone over to the new web app.
The new Outlook.com is meant to bring the web app closer to the Outlook desktop app, adding new features like themes, automatically adding flight confirmations, and more.