Outlook redesign now publicly rolling out on Windows and the web

Alongside the new ribbon design heading to Office Online today, Microsoft is pushing out a redesigned Outlook on the web and Windows. Initially previewed in June, the updates are largely focused on search, simplifying the ribbon, and additional options to personalize your inbox.

The biggest emphasis is on giving users the ability to customize their experience, Microsoft says. You’ll be able to toggle features on and off, including the new ribbon. A dedicated “Coming Soon” opt-in toggle will let you decide whether you want to try new major feature updates as they become available, allowing you to switch them off as needed.

Here’s the full rundown of what’s new, from Microsoft:

These updates will first be available for Outlook for Windows users on the Targeted Monthly Channel and Targeted Release program “in the next few weeks.” The experience is also rolling out to Outlook on the web for Targeted Release organizations that haven’t blocked the toggle.

Vía Windows Central – Apps https://ift.tt/2NQrjL7


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