Microsoft is currently working on releasing some new features and improvements to Outlook for Mac users. The new features will provide more control for users over their emails.

Microsoft is working on adding schedule email option which basically help users schedule an email to be sent at a later time. With this new option users will need not turn on their desktops or laptop to send the email.

Along with the Schedule Email feature the company is also launching a Read  and Delivery Receipt feature  which helps users in getting notified when their sent email has been read and delivered by the recipient.

In other features the company is also adding support for templates which enable users to write emails quickly by replacing the required fields right from Outlook. Drag and Drop Emails features to the Outlook Calendar is another new and important features which is also being added.

Currently the company has not given any time frame as to when these features will be rolled out to Mac users but we presume they should be made available sooner than later.

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