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3 New Features in Outlook 2016

The new Outlook for Microsoft Office 2016 offers simplified attachment handling as well as display and functional optimization for mobile devices. Here are 3 features you can look forward to in Outlook 2016:

1. Attachment Handling ~ Whether sending or receiving files, Outlook 2016 has simplified the process of attaching or saving file attachments.

When receiving files, attachments are now displayed with a large icon depicting the file type as well as an action menu for handling the selected file. You can now Preview, Print, Save (or Save All), etc. directly from your email message.

Outlook 2016 Save Attachment Options

When attaching files to your outgoing messages and in addition to the regular "Browse" feature, Outlook now automatically generates a list of your most recently accessed files for you to choose from -- a great time saver for your most active projects.

Outlook 2016 Attach recent file

2. Streamlined Portrait View ~ With much of Office 2016 optimized for use on mobile devices (tablets, smartphones, etc.), Outlook now offers a streamlined view for displays of less than 650 pixels wide.  This is ideal for a portrait view on a tablet, and handy for multi-window multi-tasking on your desktop!

Outlook 2016 Streamlined Portrait View

3. Improved Email Storage for Mobile ~ The previous default of 30 days of email storage could prove to be quite resource heavy for many mobile users. In Outlook 2016, users are now permitted to select from 1, 3, 7 or 14 days of emails storage allowing for a leaner operation and granting access to your most recent requests quickly and conveniently.  

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