Recently, Microsoft brought off a “Busy Option” in Team, which had nothing but indebtedness from users. The feature made a simple move from what was made to be seen.
Microsoft plans to import three fruitful components in the Outlook mobile client next month to fetch more water from the loch. Starting in February, the company will spice up the platform by adding two new features to Outlook, equally balanced for both Android and iOS users.
Outlook for Android Users
Eventually, a most awaited feature is about to land on the platform;
Outlook will include sending an email as an attachment to another email while devising it.
Currently, users need to jump over multiple hurdles to send an email attachment; the forthcoming feature will completely eradicate the tumult of forwarding numerous emails manually. It also offers users to send all emails with a single tap.
The email forwarding feature is now available for Outlook desktop and web clients. On the flip side, Outlook is bringing improved storage overrun notifications and options for Android next month.
With that feature,
Outlook will pop up a “Clearer messaging” and tidy-up option when users run out of email storage space.
This can’t be considered a significant change in the stream, but you could have warned to look after where you were left to clean up.
Outlook for iOS Users
On the other hand, iOS users are also about to welcome new features;
Outlook will have more customization options next month.
With all these features out of space, Microsoft is also thinking of bringing a coalescing Outlook and Teams, which will likely be released in March 2023.