Microsoft has been testing a new location for apps like Mail, Calendar, and To Do on Outlook for the web. Soon, the new look will become the default.
This week saw a wide range of news stories, including initial testing for the Game Pass family plan and Microsoft Rewards rolling out to Vatican City.
Microsoft has launched a new lite version of the Outlook app on Android today, which has been designed from the ground up with fast performance and a smaller footprint in mind.
A new notifications pane for Microsoft Outlook supports customizing which types of notifications you receive. The feature is currently in testing among Office Insiders.
Microsoft is testing a lightweight version of Outlook for Android. Some speculate that the app may be a testing ground for a version that will eventually replace the current Outlook app.
The latest version of Outlook supports Microsoft Editor. The tool can be used to review emails for typos, grammatical errors, and other mistakes. It can also suggest ways to improve writing.
It can be an elaborate gymnastics routine to ensure all apps and services interact well with each other. And when they don't, users wind up with issues like Outlook's current PDF preview bug.
It's always a good time for Microsoft Teams. And that's why, soon enough, Teams will follow you wherever you go.
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