Announced at Microsoft’s virtual Ignite conference, the company is today introducing new Outlook features for Outlook Web and the Outlook Mobile apps that will help customers better manage their time with new suggested times and free-form board views.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Zac and Daniel look forward to new Windows features in 2021, some of which can be seen in the latest build for Insiders in the Dev Channel. They also talk about a new web powered version of Outlook for Windows and Mac, and a preview of new products being announced at CES 2021.
Microsoft wants to build one Outlook client for Windows and Mac, replacing the existing clients with an app that's powered by web technologies. When ready, this new client will replace the existing Mail & Calendar apps on Windows 10.
If you've hit a snag signing into Microsoft 365 services today, you're not alone. Though the Microsoft 365 outage appears to be on the mend, Outlook.com is still down according to Microsoft's Office service status.
Microsoft has today announced a new roadmap for Cortana features across Microsoft’s three big productivity platforms; Windows 10, Microsoft Teams, and Outlook. Cortana is Microsoft’s “productivity assistant” inside of Microsoft 365, after it pivoted Cortana away from being a traditional virtual assistant like Siri and Google Assistant.
Microsoft continues to show its investment in updating its apps to take advantage of different platforms. Several Microsoft apps will receive updates and new functionality alongside Apple's upcoming OS updates.
Outlook users across the globe are reporting that the Windows app crashes at startup. Microsoft is looking into the issue, but there are a couple of workarounds to try until an official fix is available.
Microsoft announced a whole bunch of new features headed to Outlook across all platforms today. The one thing they all have in common? Helping you save time and (hopefully) create a better work-life balance.