Microsoft has revealed that Outlook.com is getting a big revamp today. Microsoft is slowly rolling out a huge preview update for the email service.
The new features include Microsoft’s Clutter tool that separates your non-essential email from your most important emails and it will now be enabled by default for all users.
Outlook will also now be able to throw out search suggestions as you type, allowing you to refine your search based on sender, folder, date and attachments.
It’ll also now highlight your search results to make it easier to find key terms. And if you flag emails to read later, you can check them all out through the new Task module in the app launcher.
Outlook is now incorporating add-ins for extra features, as Microsoft announced a few weeks ago at Build.