Last year, Microsoft promised users an improved Microsoft Outlook interface, which is faster and more modern. The opt-in Outlook on the web is finally here with us after eight months of rigorous testing. The new updates are dedicated to improving both the personal PC user experience, as well as the business industry. This is excellent news considering the current Microsoft Outlook deserved a few tweaks.
One of the new features is categories and improved search, which will make email organization much more straightforward. Outlook on the web will also feature a dark scene mode and will also allow you to turn the lights on. There is also an overhaul in how users will be viewing the calendar and events. Creating events and reminders has also been revamped into a one-click affair. There is also a feature which syncs Tasks with your To-Do list.
These are just some of the new features Microsoft Outlook on the web brings on board but expect a full range of options for better productivity. The Washington-based technology company announced that the new version would begin rolling out at the end of July.