Microsoft has yesterday introduced their new website for their Outlook web services. This is an opt-in web experience that would allow you to try out their new design and improvements in the Outlook.com beta. The new website’s UI has been inspired by Microsoft’s Fluent Design Language.
Microsoft has mentioned that the recent advances made by them in programming, design, and artificial intelligence were the key drivers for creating this new Outlook web experience. Microsoft has also said that they are testing the Try the beta toggle in older Outlook.com website that would enable users to try out the new one. Try the beta toggle would be soon available for all users.
The new UI for Outlook has a new search bar and you will also be getting the preview of files and photos in the conversation directly. When you are typing a mail in the new Outlook experience it will be showing you Quick Suggestions for adding information easily. The update also offers more personalization that allows you to use a variety of emojis and GIFs in your messages. You can see all these from these images above.
How do you feel about this new Outlook.com beta experience? Are you seeing the Try the beta toggle in older Outlook site? Comment Below.