Outlook.com turns one, has had more than 600 changes and improvements
Microsoft is celebrating Outlook.com’s one year anniversary today, revealing that the email service has seen more than 600 changes and improvements based on user feedback since the launch. Microsoft is also thanking those who have been using Outlook.com and providing feedback, since the email service would not have grown without input from its users.
“You’ve been a tremendous help in making Outlook.com a better service for all of us-and the world’s fastest growing email service-so we want to take a moment to say thank you. Your feedback has been key to delivering over 600 additions, changes and improvements, packaged in 34 feature releases in the last year,” Microsoft stated in an official blog post.
Microsoft takes great pride in Outlook.com’s craftsmanship and attention to detail, stating that any type of feedback from users is vital. Microsoft has made over 100 updates to help improve performance, reliability and stability in Outlook.com as well. Microsoft welcomes more feedback from those who use the service, stating that feedback is necessary to ensure a truly personal experience.
“Some of the feedback is asking for major, prominent new features. But more often, it’s for a whole range of smaller things that might not be as noticeable, but when you add them all up, become a huge part of what makes Outlook.com the email service that’s truly personal,” Microsoft adds.
Microsoft has also posted up an infographic highlighting 12 features of Outlook.com. Check out the infographic hereFurther reading: Microsoft, Outlook