Outlook on the Web Brings New Features Aug. 3

Microsoft is releasing a new ‘look and feel’ for Outlook on the web. Designed to improve collaboration and productivity, the new Outlook web app experience will become the default experience for users beginning August 3. This default setting will be turned on for all users by the end of September.

While some users have already experienced the new design by choosing it in the toggle when it was released last year, there are others who opted to stay on the legacy interface. This legacy experience won’t be available after August 3.

Outlook is so much more than email and calendaring. Click here to learn more about the many features of the new design and how you can use Outlook on the web to improve collaboration, organization, task management and workflow.

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