In the months leading up to its release, Outlook 10 rolled out to its millions of customers and quickly became one of the most popular apps in the Windows 10 Store.
The company had made its point that it could deliver a truly seamless user experience by making Outlook more personal.
That meant using a single login to connect users to one another.
As it rolled out, it introduced some neat features like a new Mailbox, a new app launcher, a redesigned desktop design, and the ability to send and receive email directly from the app itself.
The new Mail app in particular is a big departure from Outlook’s traditional inboxes.
Instead of having to drag and drop messages to a folder or a separate tab on your desktop, you can drag and click any email to open the attachment directly.
The app even includes a new icon for sending and receiving emails that looks more like a folder icon and offers more customization options for the inbox itself.
But there were still a few things that Outlook missed.
For one thing, it missed out on a couple of important features: notifications.
When you use the app to receive email, you get an overview of the current inboxes status.
For example, if you’re logged in to your Gmail account, the inbox icon will be green.
If you’re in an Office 365 group, the icon will also be blue.
Outlook’s default inboxes notification is also a little too quiet.
If I’ve been receiving emails from Outlook, the notifications usually disappear after a couple minutes.
The default inbox notification sound is also not loud enough.
It’s a little annoying that you need to type the name of the email and click “send.”
And when you do type the message, it will sometimes get cut off after a few seconds because of a timeout.
To fix this, you’ll have to open Outlook again and re-send the message.
When that happens, you will receive an update notification and you can re-open Outlook.
But if you did not receive the update notification, Outlook will still keep trying to open your inbox.
Outlook is still one of Microsoft’s top apps in Windows 10, so it’s easy to forget it’s missing important features.
However, that’s the beauty of using Outlook.
It makes it easy to upgrade and change.
With this in mind, we took a look at how to manage our inboxes with Outlook 11 and how to change our inbox settings from Outlook 10 to Outlook 11.
For the first time, you don’t have to create a new Outlook account.
You can create a brand new Outlook 10 account with a simple link on your home screen.
You’ll get an email with the link to create your new account and an account number that you can use to login to Outlook on your new Outlook 11 account.
This new account has a new login screen and no inbox icon, but it has all the same settings and notification sounds.
The first thing you’ll want to do is set up the new account.
First, open up the app and tap on “New” in the upper right corner.
You should see the name change to “New Account.”
You’ll need to enter your email address and password, then click “Create.”
Click “Create a new password.”
Once you’re signed in, the new password is automatically generated.
This means that you’ll get a confirmation email and a link to confirm that you’ve entered your password.
After you’ve done this, click “Finish.”
Outlook 11 has a bunch of new features that we’ll discuss in a minute, but for now, let’s jump right into some of the key changes that we’ve found in Outlook 11: Notification settings and app launcher.
You’ve already seen how important notifications are in Outlook, so let’s talk about them now.
The biggest new feature that Outlook 11 brings to the table is its notification system.
This system allows you to set notifications in real time.
You get to pick which apps to open in your notifications list, what they’ll be about, and what they will sound like.
For some apps, such as Mail, you might want to turn notifications off entirely to keep them private.
But other apps, like the Calendar app, can still be used to schedule notifications.
For this reason, we think that most users should keep notifications turned on unless they really need to be turned off.
To open up your notification settings, open Outlook.
From the home screen, tap the gear icon next to the app that you want to add notifications for.
Then, under “General,” tap the “Apps” tab.
Then click the “More” button.
Then select “Preferences” under “More Information.”
Click on “App.”
Then click on “Prefers.”
In the notification settings menu, you should see a list of all your app’s notifications.
Scroll down until you see “App notifications.”
In addition to all the apps that Outlook has installed, you also want to check the box next to “Show app notifications.”
Click the “X” to close out of your app notifications