Ads take up too much space
I also have an Office 365 Home subscription... can that remove ads for me?
Update January 2018:
We have confirmed that all users whose email addresses have an Office 365 subscription attached to it are getting the ad-free Outlook.com experience. We encourage anyone who would like the ad-free Outlook.com experience to sign up for an Office 365 subscription, which comes with a plethora of additional perks and benefits.
In addition to this, users who would like to have a larger reading surface may find the Reading Pane Off/Hidden mode more preferable. This setting may be found in the Quick Settings panel, under Reading Pane > Hide.
Poco espacio para escribir nuevos mensajes. Mucha publicidad que no se cierra
As an office 365 home subscriber, I also feel ads should be removed from the site. please consider this.
Oscar Abuawad Lorite commented
if you want to use this new interface, you should eliminate advertising on the right side, because it eats a lot of horizontal space. Put it somewhere else.
Implement the option to organize messages in coversations or not (PLEASE)
Jean Weesie commented
need to get rid of the adds.. now not possible
If I subscribe to Microsoft Office there should be no ads inside of outlook.com.
Mary Jane Manners commented
The ad on the right hand side covers part of the email, making it awkward to read.
As I'm trying the beta, I realized there are now 3 columns that open up but an ad pops up on the right. It leaves no room to actually see anything. Maybe after you click "inbox", your inbox can pop up and then only two columns, your mail and the preview. This way there is enough room to view the actual email.
Avinash Gutta commented
please diasable the adds when opened mail box.
Chelsea Walpole commented
I like the framed idea and the preview screen - very much like the desktop outlook - however, I HATE that there is a banner add running vertically down the right side of my screen - it cuts off 30% of the preview pane. Put the ads somewhere else - it looks very cluttered.