Microsoft has announced the launch of a beta version of Outlook.com promising where users can try out new products and give the company feedback on it.
‘Recent advances in programming, design, and artificial intelligence have enabled our engineers and designers to improve the Outlook.com web experience in several areas—and we’re eager to get your feedback. If you enjoy being a part of what’s next, just click the Try the beta toggle, rolling out to all users in the next few weeks. You can test drive our new experience and switch back to the regular web experience any time.’ – Microsoft.
Some of the new features include
- an upgraded search tab to see read and attach files and images much faster
- a quick suggestion feature in your Inbox as you type and an area where all the images you send or receive are stored, as well as preview them and other attachments before sending
- a personalization option to add your favorite people and folders to save the conversations that matter to you the most. Emojis and GIFs also come with the package right inside Outlook
To access Outlook .com beta you will have to wait and get a toggle bar as they are still rolling out this new feature. It will look something like this:
Look out for weekly updates on Outlook.com here.