Microsoft Could Replace Mail With A New Outlook App

Microsoft reportedly Windows Mail and calendar app clubbing the functionalities into o tool. Microsoft is building a new improved Outlook client. The new app set to be aptly named one outlook is based on the outlook web browser and is code-named ‘Monarch’.

One Outlook was first spotted by Twitter. Some other elements that people interested in typing one Outlook should know. For starters, the app’s description states the ‘underdevelopment’ nature of the project and mentions that users will still need to use the regular Outlook  Outlook web /desktop app to complete functionally. It will not work offline, but one Outlook will require a reliable internet connection.

Without an Internet Microsoft account, The new Outlook app is also currently not functional. It is also termed as only for “brave DogFooders”. Dog food is a common jargon used to describe early access software while it is in the testing and improvement phase. Further confirms that the tool is still under development and is not stable enough for daily use yet.

By the end of this year, While the timeline for the stool going stable and public for everyone is not yet out a report by Windows Central suggests that one Outlook will be a bigger testing program. In 2022 this could point to a mass stable rollout of the new app somewhere.

Microsoft is also working on a completely new revamped version of the Windows operating system. Microsoft’s much-awaited Windows 10 successor could also work on an improved Tablet Mode experience and UI changes among other things. hi

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