Microsoft is revamping the Outlook experience on iOS.
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Microsoft Office apps are getting a new identity as part of a major overhaul.
Microsoft is reportedly planning to ads to the Mail app in Windows 10. Yikes.
I'm still researching and experimenting with alternatives to Google Inbox. But I learned something interesting.
Microsoft To-Do gets integrated into Outlook.com.
Co-author your Office documents with people from your LinkedIn network.
Microsoft looks to integrate all its products with a prominent and consistent search experience.
With Google killing off Inbox, I'm searching for simple email clients for the PC/web and mobile. And my first option is an old favorite.
Microsoft starts testing a modern Outlook for Windows experience with Office Insiders, and Office 365 users.
Microsoft is adding a clever new dark mode to Outlook.com designed to help reduce eye strain.
In a support forum post, Microsoft said that it will finally release a Dark Mode for Outlook.com. Someday.
Microsoft is adding a Do Not Disturb feature to Outlook on Android and iOS, so you can ignore all those email notifications whenever you want.
Microsoft adds new inkling abilities to the Outlook Mail app in Windows 10 as it gears up for dual-screen devices.
Microsoft's haphazard way of updating Outlook across its many supported platforms is undermining the product.
Microsoft is introducing major security updates to its flagship Office 365 products, launches new File Restore, encryption features for OneDrive and Outlook.
Microsoft's Immersive Reader is getting updated with a new Picture Dictionary feature, along with other improvements on OneNote, Word, and Outlook.
Microsoft's new design for Outlook.com is being enabled by default for all users in the coming weeks.
Microsoft is bringing Cortana to Outlook's mobile apps with new integration as the company looks to catch up to Google and Amazon.
With Microsoft Office and OneDrive now supporting some key iOS multitasking features, it's time for a check-in.
Outlook.com's new look is finally coming to Outlook Calendar today, but Microsoft still needs to redesign Outlook Contacts and Tasks.
Ending months of speculation, Microsoft confirmed today that it will bring Outlook.com Premium features to Office 365 Home and Personal.
While we often get hung up on how the products and services look, how they work is arguably of even greater importance.
Microsoft announced a major update to Outlook on Android and iOS, adding several top-requested calendar features.
Did you seriously put your trust in Microsoft consumer offerings? OK, I did too. But maybe it's time to think differently.
Microsoft web page claims that Office 365 Personal and Home include "everything in Outlook.com Premium." They don't. But they should.
I'd been thinking about switching back to Outlook.com from Gmail/Inbox, so I figured I'd give the Outlook.com Beta a whirl.
The Outlook.com Beta is an opt-in program that lets users get early access to new features on the web.