I’ve been on a bit of a quest lately to help rip Outlook (the software … you know, 2016, etc.) out of users hands. It is what they know and think they need … but they don’t, and it is inferior. Outlook on the Web is where all the action is happening, no OST, less viruses and phishing risks and uniform wherever you go. I delivered a presentation a few weeks ago and I plan on recording a version to share … in the meantime, here’s the deck.
But what folks don’t seem to be familiar with … is that Outlook on the Web is a modern app and can be “installed” into your browser as an ‘app’ and pinned to your taskbar even. In this brief video, I show my (inbox zero, remember 😉 mailbox in Edge Chromium (Beta, but that isn’t for much longer) … and I followed up with Google Chrome, if you can stand it. 🙂
About the video
This brief video shows how to ‘install’ Outlook on the Web as an app so you can stop using Outlook software (2016, 2019) and enjoy the best email experience possible, consistently, everywhere.