Microsoft is working on a new Outlook program that will replace the existing ones for Windows and Mac computers. It will be 100% web-based and will have fresh OS integrations.
Under the codename “monarchMicrosoft is working on its project “Un Outlook” (One Outlook) Introduced by the company already in September, that is, a single customer replaces existing applications, as reported in Windows Central.
This new customer will be distributed as a single product, for both Windows and Mac, and will rely on a web system rather than a program or app. It will also include Mail and Calendar in Windows 10.
One Outlook, Microsoft prototype. Windows Insider Photos
According to the aforementioned medium, Microsoft wants this new customer to feel as original as possible in the operating system, while supporting functions like “Offline” storage or notifications.
The company will begin rolling out a preview version of this new customer later this year, replacing Mail and Calendar on Windows in 2022.
The app leaked in an early case and even Microsoft advises employees that it is currently designed for “brave dog food lovers”: Dogfood is a term that Microsoft and other software companies use to test and use old versions of your own code.
Despite the leaks, estimates indicate that This won’t come until next year.
Windows Central estimates that there will be a preview of this new One Outlook first and that it will gradually move to its new look. On the Internet and everything is integrated, by 2022.