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Microsoft today released a new update for its Outlook Mail and Calendar App for Release Preview ring on Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. The update pushes the app to new versionĀ 17.9126.21026.0.

The update comes with a minor new feature for the Outlook Mail on Windows 10 PC and Mobile. The company has released a new option in the Personalization setting which lets users to customize the spacing between the folders and messages as per their requirement.

This latest feature can be visible for Insiders enrolled in Release Preview ring by going to Settings>Personalization>Folder and Message spacing. The Folder and Message spacing brings three different new options like Wide, Medium and Compact.

Based on the requirements of the users they will be able to view the folders and messages by changing the options. If they are interested to have some space between the folders and messages, they can select the “Wide” option.

Simultaneously the other two options “Medium” and “Compact” can also be selected depending on the preference of the users. Below is the screenshot of the new options released by Microsoft to the Outlook Mail and Calendar Application.

Microsoft which is currently busy in optimizing builds for its next major update Redstone 4 (Spring Creators Update) due next month, has also made it a point to keep pushing new features for its core applications for Windows 10 users to test before they are released to general public with the official roll out of Spring Creators Update.

As reported above the latest update to the Outlook Mail and Calendar app is currently available for Insiders enrolled in the Release Preview Ring. If you haven’t yet taken the update then you can download the latest update by clicking the below Microsoft Store link. Do let us know your thoughts on the new feature in the comments below.

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