With Google revamping its online tools like Gmail, Google Office tools, and more, more companies have also been doing the same to provide a better online service for both professional and home users during the pandemic period. The recent to join the list is Microsoft, who will be making major changes to Outlook, which is one of their most popular email tool to be used around the world. As per the update, the company is working on a totally new Outlook app that will be replacing the default Mail and Calendar apps for Windows operating system.
The new client has been codenamed “Monarch” and will be based on the Outlook Web app for the browser. Microsoft is carrying forward the “One Outlook” vision which tries to deliver a single Outlook client across PCs, Mac, and the Web. It has been done with the view to replace the existing desktop client with one app based on web technologies. The new platform will provide the same experience regardless of users using it on the Mac or Windows operating system.
While an early version of the Project Monarch has already been leaked, it will not be released as a stable version until next year. However, Microsoft has the goal to replace the default Mail and Calendar apps on Windows 10 in 2022. The new email client will offer multiple functionalities and will also add a lot of new features and options for the users to use. The final version will have a lot more changes and optimizations as well