Maintaining a healthy work-life balance (opens in new tab) can be difficult, especially when notifications pile up on your smartphone, which is why Microsoft is rolling out a new update to its email service (opens in new tab).
according to a new article (opens in new tab) on Microsoft 365 (opens in new tab) roadmap, the software giant has updated its email client (opens in new tab) with new settings that make it easier to manage email notifications on mobile devices.
These new settings are now rolling out to smartphones running both Android and iOS, allowing Outlook users to keep track of the things that are important to them and ignore those that aren’t.
Upgrading Outlook for hybrid work
in one separate post (opens in new tab) On the Microsoft 365 roadmap, Microsoft announced that it will be adding working hours and location settings to Outlook (opens in new tab) later this summer.
Are you still working from home? (opens in new tab) or back in the office as part of your company’s hybrid work (opens in new tab) You will soon be able to add your working hours and location to Outlook. This allows your colleagues and others to know exactly when to reach you, so they don’t have to worry about disturbing your free time.
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While this feature was originally added to the Microsoft 365 roadmap last December, it will finally be generally available starting June this year.
By enabling users to more easily manage their notifications and letting others know where and for how long they want to work each day, Microsoft gives employees the tools they need to thrive in a hybrid workspace.
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