Outlook.com is rolling out a new experience for the web on your mobile device. This new experience includes a streamlined search to make it easier to find what you’re looking for, support for right-to-left languages, an account settings section, and the ability to undo actions. Features like photos and attachment previews let you see attached pictures and files without leaving your inbox.
You can opt out of the new experience by turning off the Outlook.com beta toggle.
Note: Currently, the new Outlook.com experience on the mobile web is only available in Mail. Calendar and People will follow. During the first half of 2019, the new Outlook.com experience will become available around the world.
Using Mail in the Outlook.com beta on the mobile web
This is what you'll see in Mail.
From the toolbar, you can open a list of all your message folders , search your mailbox , and compose a new message .
The folder list includes a toggle for switching the Outlook.com beta on or off, a list of your folders, and a link to settings . At the bottom of the folder list, you'll find links to give feedback and to sign out.
The message list contains your messages. There's a slider at the top of the list that you can use to switch between the Focused and Other views of your Inbox, as well as an option to filter messages.
The navigation bar lets you switch between Mail, Calendar, and People.
How do I give feedback?
Tell us what you think by opening the folder list , scrolling down to the bottom of the list, then selecting Feedback. Or, you can visit the User Voice forum for Outlook.com beta on the mobile web.