This week at Build, we’re introducing a set of features and updates across a variety of devices and platforms and a better blending between web and application environments for users and developers.
New Outlook features—across Windows, Mac, web, and mobile—help you manage your time and keep what matters most front and center.
Millions of people participated in the Outlook.com beta since we introduced it in August. Now we’re bringing all Outlook.com users a fresh new inbox, and more beta features for Calendar and People.
We’re bringing ad-free email, enhanced security, and other Outlook.com benefits to Office 365 Home and Office 365 Personal subscribers.
To provide you with the best and fastest email experience possible, we’re updating Outlook.com to be more intelligent about where your mailbox data is stored.
Outlook is adding several highly requested calendaring features—including syncing shared calendars to your phone, and managing and RSVPing to recurring events.
Add-ins are now rolling out to Outlook on Android, including Evernote, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Translator, Nimble, OnePlaceMail, Outlook Customer Manager, Smartsheet, Trello, Gfycat, JIRA, MeisterTask, MojiLala, and Wrike.
Starting today, you can opt in to the Outlook.com beta—where our engineers and designers deploy their newest ideas—so you can tell us what you think. Together we’ll shape the future of Outlook.com.
Your life is busy, and your time is valuable—so it’s essential to have a calendar that is both powerful and easy to use. Today, we’re introducing several new features that make your Outlook.com calendar more intelligent and helpful.
New Outlook experiences make it easier for you to communicate, collaborate and manage your time while on the go.