Microsoft is adding a clever new dark mode to Outlook.com designed to help reduce eye strain.
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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'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.
Microsoft's personal assistant Cortana could finally be getting some love now that it has a new boss, Javier Soltero.
Outlook.com's new look is finally coming to Outlook Calendar today, but Microsoft still needs to redesign Outlook Contacts and Tasks.
Google's iOS app now lets you use your Outlook account and get the best features of a Gmail account with Gmailify.
Apple's iPhone X came out nearly two weeks ago, and although many of Microsoft's apps are yet to support the new device, Outlook is rolling out support for the iPhone X today.
This week, Microsoft announced add-ins for Outlook Mobile, starting on iOS. This is an important step for Outlook Mobile and for mobile productivity apps in general.
Microsoft announced today that is opening up its Outlook app on Android and iOS to support third-party tasks, events and notes in Calendar. So Outlook calendar on these popular mobile platforms will soon work with Wunderlist, Facebook and Evernote.
Microsoft is now rolling out the updated Outlook.com design that has been in the preview state for many months.
Microsoft announced new adds-in from Boomerang, Evernote, PayPal and Uber that will work across Outlook, Outlook on the web, and, soon, Outlook.com too.