Microsoft Outlook new features | 8 updates for Outlook 365 Desktop and Outlook Web for 2021

A step-by-step tutorial on Outlook new features 2021. These top 8 new features in Outlook 365 Desktop and Outlook web include new features in Microsoft Teams and Outlook integration, Outlook and OneNote integration, Outlook Board View, and other new updates. Both Outlook 365 Desktop and web are being continually updated in 2021, so stay tuned for even more new features later in 2021.

For Outlook Boards, if you have Targeted Release for your tenant (Formerly “First Release”) it is there. Details here:

✅ More Microsoft Outlook Board view details:

✅ Additional New Outlook Features:

✅ New features in Microsoft Teams and Outlook video:

✅ Outlook quick tips video playlist:

✅ Top 20 Outlook tips and tricks 2021:

📝 Table of contents
0:00 Introduction
0:11 Share to Teams from an Outlook message
0:54 Start meetings earlier or later by default
2:00 Default Team meetings in Outlook
2:20 OneNote Feed in Outlook for the web
3:01 Highlight Outlook message word to add a note
4:10 Customize your Outlook web toolbar
4:43: Outlook Boards View in calendar
9:48 Enable Microsoft Teams meetings by default in Outlook meetings

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30 replies on “Microsoft Outlook new features | 8 updates for Outlook 365 Desktop and Outlook Web for 2021”

I’m using Outlook for work and we have a closed network, so I cannot use my Google Suite. I remember MS offered Office communicator, but they have no updated chat feature, or is that the Teams feature now?

Would be Ideal to be able to see your email on the board that's built in outlook and be able to respond as well, aside from just being able to use all the other apps. Would be even better to be able to add your teams chats to the boards.
I feel those two things combined with the other apps would make the boards feature mush more useful and Productive. Majority of the time is spent in emails so having it accessible with the other apps all on one screen without having to jump in and out of others would be the ideal solution to maximize productivity.

I feel like the web version of Outlook is starting suffer from feature bloat. There are jus too many menus all over the place. I can't think of a time when I'm actually going to use most of it.

That’s nice. Now if someone can tell me how uninstall outlook then reinstall it because for the fourth time in 5 years, the stupid software keeps corrupting the .ost file and I cannot open it. I am tired of reading AT&T’s server. It is so antiquated.

Does anyone know when signatures in the Outlook Desktop App will start being synced between devices for Outlook O365 users? I read an article about it a year ago saying that it's just around the corner, but I still haven't seen it in action ☹️

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