Microsoft Set To Release New Pop-out Feature For Outlook Mail App Next Week?
Microsoft is set to release a new feature for its Outlook Mail app that will pop-out an email window for better editing and readability. While it is not clear when the Redmond tech giant will release the pop-out feature, it could be released through an app update or via a newer build of Windows 10 Redstone next week.Advertisement
Details about the new Mail update are not revealed yet, but user @gus33000 posted a screenshot on Twitter unveiling the new button incorporated in the Outlook Mail interface. The user also mentioned that the new button is likely to be used for received mails, too, reports Softpedia.
Microsoft is keen on improving the look and function of its existing apps. And it is no wonder why the company is geared up to enhance the two best apps in Windows 10, Calendar and Outlook mail. Apart from having a neat design, the objective is to integrate a cleaner user interface.
Observing the demand of Outlook mail app, Microsoft is working upon the possibilities of having multiple Windows support to help them work in Outlook Mail. Users at MSPowerUser confirmed that they could successfully test out an advanced version of Outlook Mail that already uses the pop-out feature.
Indeed, the new feature will boost the functionality and productivity of the Outlook Mail app that will give other mailing apps a run for their money. We can soon expect the multiple Windows support for Outlook Mail, which is expected to release with next Windows 10 update, Mobipicker reports.
Earlier, the tech company experimented with this new mail pop-out feature in previous versions of Windows 10, but the feature was abruptly called off without any explanation. Now that Microsoft has decided to introduce it in the next Windows 10 update, the question is: how can the email pop-out option work?
It enables users to write emails in a Compose window detached from the rest of the app. Once the feature releases, only Microsoft insiders can access it. Gradually, it will then release to the rest of the world.
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