Microsoft recently rolled out the Outlook.com beta – a new opt-in outlook web experience program that will enable interested users to try out new innovations in its product.
To access the Outlook.com beta, users need to click on the toggle button – Try the beta, on the top right corner of their inbox. Those who are unable to see it for now, will be able to see it in the next couple of weeks, as per the official blog.
Here’s how it will look.
Powered by Artificial Intelligence, recent programming and design advancements, new updates that beta users will be able to try, include –
- Responsive and faster web experience – This includes a “modern conversation style” interface, a new look with “upgraded search feature”, that previews and attaches files and photos right in the user’s conversation list.
- Smarter inbox with new design – Users will get “Quick Suggestions” for places and improved photo experience that will facilitate easy preview and management of the photos and attachments added or sent in mail.
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- A personal touch to communication – Beta users will get easy access to popular emojis and GIFs and they will be able to personalize inbox with favorite people and folders.
According to the blog post “Microsoft will be adding more features in the coming months, including updates to Calendar and People.”
Users will have the option to switch back to the non-beta Outlook.com at any time.