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How can we improve Outlook on the web?

it fine i like the old one better (old version)

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      • Why Name commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Keep it streamlined, simple, and PROFESSIONAL, at least as an option! Cartoonish...

      • Steven Thomson commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        don't like new outlook on web. its untidy, overbusy, doesnt render well in chrome. not as compact or clean as before. too many circles

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        highly dislike when people change things. Just keep it the same and we will all be happy!!!!!

      • Mariëlle Stolp commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Having problems inserting images and attaching documents (pdf). So I decided to switch back and could no longer access my mail because "there was a problem with my mailbox"... Fortunately switching back from the extremely slow loading calendar worked. But please don't release for testing when it's so extremely and obviously full of bugs.

      • Marcus Baer commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I think that the new Outlook was made into a big deal, and I was excited to try it out, but when I did, I didn't notice any changes. Everything still looks the exact same, it's the same unorganized, cluttered mailbox and confusing sidebar. So, things should be cleaned up a bit and simplified, or at least make it seem that way. How? Easy: a flat web design. This may sound useless, however, if it looks more modern and sleek, as well as clean and orderly (using white backgrounds and black/grey consistent fonts), this will make it at least seem easier to use, as well as draw more people towards Outlook. Another thing thta may prove useful to many is providing a digital "tour" of the website to point out some of the new helpful features. This will help because, as I said earlier, I could not see almost any difference between the old and the new. In fact, at one point I thought that I was in the old platform when I was really in the new one. I at least HOPE that I was not the only one who saw this, and it would have been nice to see the difference (via the tour).

      • Michelle Andrews commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Main reason is when I type new email the screen keeps flashing and when I need to make a change I could not just direct the mouse to the point I needed to change had to backspace and erase the whole thing then make correction and retype the rest of the message back in.

      • ali commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        its looks like it is old and not new. it also does not like that nice. reminds me of old emails and very confusing

      • Sophie commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I feel like it looks a lot less modern than the old one and I'm not a fan of how the attachments within each email display on the homepage - looks really old and not aesthetically pleasing at all.

      • Navneet commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        The previous one was more compact and hence more pleasant to the eyes.

      • John Rau commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Pleae be sure to provide all users the option to opt in/opt out of the new layout. It is awful, makes G-Suite look like a more premium service, and is missing many of the features organizations look to MS to provide.. at least as of now. Why can't I publish calendar URL's (not share) in the beta view, but can in the classic?

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