Ending months of speculation, Microsoft confirmed today that it will bring Outlook.com Premium features to Office 365 Home and Personal.
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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.
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.
Your Microsoft account supports multiple aliases, and you can assign one of them to be your primary alias at any time.
Microsoft today revealed several new calendar features that are available immediately in Outlook.com. Here's what's new.
Microsoft reached out to me this morning to discuss a nice change coming to Skype notifications in Outlook.com and OneDrive on the web. These notifications are now much more configurable.
Buried in a set of somewhat confusing announcements last week, Microsoft revealed that it is changing how it supports traditional versions of Office moving forward. Is this the end of Microsoft Office as we know it?
Microsoft quietly extended the deadline for Outlook.com Premium promotional pricing to the end of June. So you have plenty of time to save big on this interesting service.
I'm not sure why Microsoft won't promote this, but you can save big on Outlook.com Premium if you act fast. And the service is now available in many more places than was originally the case.
Yesterday's post about Outlook for Android generated a lot of discussion about that app's shortcomings. Here are some alternatives to consider.
Microsoft announced today that its Skype extension for Chrome has been updated to support Microsoft and third party email and calendar services, as well as Twitter.