New Rules And Some New Features Introduced To Outlook.Com

The software giant, Microsoft Corporation, is introducing worldwide an update for its webmail service Outlook.com. The features that come in with this are expected to enhance the overall emailing experience.

Included as a part of the new update, Microsoft’s web based email service will bring a new Advanced Rules feature – a great way to make multi-action and multi-condition rules in the service user’s mailbox. This helps in improving the organization of emails.

There are some new options included in the Advanced Rules feature in Outlook.com update, like email tallying, time constraints, checking the email status or state (read or unread), etc. It also checks whether an email sender is a person known to the user or not.

The software giant’s webmail service has now added an undo feature. This feature has been seen previously in search giant Google’s Gmail service. This amazing feature allows users to get back to the previous step (one step back) if they unwittingly drop a particular email in a different folder, or delete it. There are some other tasks for which you can use the Undo feature; these are: Flag, Categorize, Move, or Mark as junk, for one particular email or an entire group. All you need to do is press Ctrl + Z (on Windows), or you can click the Undo button.

There is another added feature called the In-line reply which allows users to instantaneously reply to a particular mail or mailing thread without actually launching a new view, mentions the Microsoft official blog post. This actually saves valuable time and enables users to keep track of conversations much more easily.

Here are some of the improvements made in the Outlook.com chat system:
  • Now, users can find conversations that happened recently, and other contacts they are able to chat with, in the bottom left of their inbox. You just have to click once and you can start conversing with other users.
  • In case a user is talking or chatting with a friend on one particular service, but wishes to continue talking on another service, now it is possible to switch over from inside the chatting session you are having.
  • It is possible for users to browse their list of contacts by filtering the particular service they are using (like Skype, Facebook, etc) Users can view the contacts currently available online.
This is the second time the software behemoth is making changes in Outlook.com. The last time brought changes in Outlook.com was back in the month of September. This time the new changes will affect the webmail service positively, improving the way emailing can be done.

For additional or latest information/ issues on Outlook.com, you can visit the Microsoft chat support site. We provide Microsoft chat support as well, so get us there, or call.
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