THE Microsoft announced a hot news release for its major software this week, including the browser Edge it's the Outlook. As for the latter, in addition to the iOS version getting major improvements, the macOS app is being redrawn and also get good news, especially with regard to account synchronization.
Microsoft is bringing technologies from other platforms (iOS, Android and Windows) to macOS, making synchronization of Office 365, Outlook and even Google credentials “faster and more reliable”.
As for design, the company is also enhancing Outlook functionality and adding a number of features in the desktop version (so far only available for mobile), such as smart email compositing and highlighting.
In general, the main Outlook window in the new version will allow the user to customize and adjust the toolbar / search, adding useful options (including integration with Microsoft Search) and removing the “old” bar used in virtually all apps in the browser. Office support.
There will also be a new “My Day” calendar view next to the main email screen, which gives you a quick view of your schedule without having to leave the app.
Outlook for Mac news is now available for beta testers enrolled in the Officer Insider (Microsoft testing program); To access the new version, simply tap the "Test Outlook" option in the upper right corner of the app window. Microsoft did not specify when the update would be released to all users, only saying it would be released "in the coming months."
via The Verge