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From new apps in Microsoft Teams meetings to Endpoint DLP—here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in November

This month, we’re thrilled to announce that many of your top requested features – like background noise suppression in meetings – are coming to Teams and other Microsoft 365 services.

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Football season is here! Outlook helps you track the games that matter

Football season has started, and keeping track of the games you care about can be challenging. Outlook’s Interesting calendars help you stay on top of your favorite teams, sports and games.

Increase your productivity with an enhanced people experience in Outlook on the web

Go beyond a person’s basic contact details with a deeper, more intelligent people experience in Outlook on the web. Improvements released today help you better understand where a person is within the organization, the projects and people they are working on as well as the emails and files you have exchanged with one another.

Follow the Summer Games in Rio with the new Outlook Interesting calendar feature

Use the new Interesting calendar feature to add your favorite Summer Games events to your Outlook calendar.

Outlook helps you focus on what matters to you

Outlook is expanding the availability of two new experiences to do just that—Focused Inbox and @mentions. These new experiences add to several recently released features, all aimed at helping you take control of your mailbox.

Stay on top of your travel and deliveries with Outlook

Outlook now has new experiences that help you stay on top of your travel plans and package deliveries.

Sell smarter and faster with the new Salesforce Lightning for Outlook add-in

The Lightning for Outlook add-in is the latest solution from Salesforce and Microsoft’s strategic partnership, making mutual customers more successful.

Make Starbucks your new meeting room with the new Starbucks for Outlook add-in!

Building strong relationships is key to being successful in business. Strong relationships grow by developing personal connections, which are best made face-to-face in an informal, friendly environment, over a cup of coffee. Starting today, we are making it easier for you to do business while building that personal connection through the new Starbucks for Outlook add-in.

A deeper look at Outlook for Android Wear

Today, we are introducing the Outlook watch face for Android Wear. With the Outlook watch face, you can quickly see an overview of your day’s schedule along with key details on where you need to be next. Staying on top of your day has never been easier.

Bringing Outlook Mail and Calendar to Microsoft HoloLens

Today, we are thrilled to bring the first holographic email and calendaring apps, Outlook Mail and Calendar, to Microsoft HoloLens.

New editor coming to Outlook 2016 for Mac

Welcome to the new editor in Outlook 2016 for Mac.

Using Windows Live Mail 2012 with Outlook.com? Time to update your email application!

Earlier this year we introduced a new Outlook.com and began rolling out an exciting new email and calendar experience to users worldwide. If you currently use Windows Live Mail 2012 to connect to Outlook.com, it’s time to update your email application to enjoy a seamless transition to your upgraded account.

Outlook on the web makes going on vacations less stressful

Outlook on the web makes it easier to clear your calendar before you head out and will automatically decline meetings—if they are set for a date in which you are gone—while you are away from the office.