Microsoft is internally working on a new Outlook for all platforms, also known as “One Outlook”, codenamed “Project Monarch” and later this year will have all the functions of an e-mail Clients and calendars for Windows, macOS, iOS and iPadOS as well as Android and the web in a single app.
One Outlook for all platforms
As early as January 2021, journalist Mary Jo Foley reported on “One Outlook” for the ZDNet website, and editor Zac Bowden recently published the first screenshots of the new Outlook App released, said to come from an internal Telegram group of developers.
The images are said to be from the closed beta, which will soon be made public and will later be available for the following platforms:
Windows 11 and Windows 10
But the web interface of Outlook.com should not only adapted, but also expanded. “One Outlook” is intended to bundle all the functions of an e-mail client and a calendar in a “web app” interface on the desktop. The implementations for Windows 11 and Windows 10 should make the beginning, before macOS, iOS, iPadOS and Android will follow later.