Clients: Outlook on the web (formerly Outlook Web App) in Exchange 2016
Outlook Web App is now renamed as Outlook on the web, that continues to allow users access their Exchange mailbox, almost from any web browser.
Supported Web browsers for Outlook on the web in Exchange 2016 are Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11, and the current versions of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple Safari.
The previous Outlook Web App user interface has been duly updated and optimized for smart phones, tablets, desktop, and laptop computers. New Exchange 2016 functions include:
- Platform-specific exposure and experiences for phones, mainly for iOS and Android.
- Premium Android core experience using Chrome on devices executing Android version 4.2 or later.
- Email enhancements, consisting of a new single-line view of the Inbox with an effectively optimized reading pane, archiving, emojis, and the capability to undo mailbox tasks like deleting a message or shifting a message.
- Contact linking the capability for users to append contacts from their LinkedIn accounts.
- Calendar has an upgraded and updated look and new functional features, consisting of email reminders for Calendar events, capability to propose a novice new time in meeting invitations, enhanced search, and birthday calendars.
- Search suggestions, recommendations and refiners for an enhanced search experience which helps users with quick search the information they require. Search recommendations try to assume and anticipate what the user’s looking for and returns results, intelligently which might be what the user is looking for. Search refiners are going to help a user more easily search the information they’re looking for by offering contextually-aware filters. Filters might include date ranges, related senders, and so on.
- New themes Thirteen new updated themes with graphic designs.
- Options and choices for individual mailboxes have been overhauled.
- Link preview that empowers users to paste a link into messages, and Outlook on the web automatically creates and generates a rich preview to provide recipients a peek into the contents of the destination. This works well with video links as well.
- Inline video player saves the user valuable time by keeping them subject to their conversations. An inline preview of a video by default automatically appears after inserting a video URL.
- Pins and Flags that allow users to keep important emails at the top of their inbox (Pins) and mark rests for follow-up (Flags). Pins have become a folder specific, easy and methodical for anyone who uses folders to organize their email. Quickly search and manage flagged items with inbox filters or the new novice Task module, accessible from the app launcher.
- Performance enhancements in a number of multiple areas across Outlook on the web, consisting of composing, creating calendar events, loading messages in the reading pane, popouts, startup, search, and switching folders.
- New Outlook present on the web action pane which allows you to click quickly those actions you use most commonly like New, Delete and Reply all. Some new actions or tasks have been added as well consisting of Archive, Sweep, and Undo.