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Microsoft brings Clutter's inbox organization to Outlook.com

Billy Steele
May 21, 2015
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The folks in Redmond are hard at work putting the finishing touches on Windows 10, and in the process Microsoft is retooling individual apps, too. Today, the company announced that key productivity features in the Office 365 Outlook app would be available on Outlook.com as well -- with a key addition being Clutter. If you're in need of a refresher, that's the feature that keeps high priority messages front and center while tucking distractions away for later. Over time, it learns from your habits what's junk and what's important, and just like the full app, you can toggle it on/off it you'd like. Of course, Pins and Flags are here too, as other means of keeping your workload as organized as possible.

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There's a new pop out compose window -- similar to Gmail's -- that'll allow you to keep your eyes on another message or chunk of info while composing. The mobile web workflow was redesigned as well, and leveraging both Skype and OneDrive is a few clicks away. Retooled search, new themes, link previews, in-line images and more are all set to hit the web-based email client today for select previewers with a wider opt-in rollout on the way "in the coming weeks." For now, head down below for a quick preview of all the new stuff.

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