Microsoft Windows: Microsoft could soon deploy a new Outlook application for these Windows users
Microsoft is in a frenzy when it comes to revamping its native application according to Windows 11. Since the launch of the new operating system, the tech giant has refreshed most of its native apps such as Notepad, Paint, Media Player, Your Phone and others with a new design and new features. Now the company also plans to roll out a new Outlook app for Windows 10 and Windows 11. According to a report from WindowsLatest, the company may release the public preview of the new Outlook app during Microsoft’s hybrid event for Windows 11.
The report further reveals that the codename “Project Monarch” aims to create a cross-platform messaging app for users and it has been in development for over a year. According to the report, Microsoft may promote the new app as a reboot of the Mail and Calendar app. Currently, Windows 10 and Windows 11 come with a pre-installed Mail and Calendar app based on the Universal Windows Platform (UWP). The app follows a Windows 10 style UI and has its limitations. This is why most of the users prefer to use the Outlook desktop app or the web app.
Microsoft is reportedly adding new Smart Clipboard and Smart Actions features with the upcoming Windows 11 update. According to a report, the tech giant will introduce support for the new features with Windows 11 version 22H2 or Sun Valley 2. new way to paste content between applications.
According to the report, the two features can be grouped together. As of now, there aren’t many details available on the feature yet, but it may show suggestions for actions you can perform with the clipboard item. For example, if you copied a mobile number, the feature might suggest you make a call from Skype or Microsoft Teams.