In the spirit of cooperation and turning a buck, Microsoft has rolled out a slew of updates for Outlook for Mac 2016 and Office 365 users, based on their feedback.
Ring a Ding
Outlook users on Mac can now schedule emails, and track their delivery.
This means you can request a Delivery or Read Receipt from recipients, indicating your email has been opened or read.
However, recipients can decline to send receipts if they wish.
Make a date
Outlook for Mac also lets you drag-and-drop emails into your calendar, when scheduling events.
The subject of your email becomes the calendar subject, while the body of the email goes into the notes field.
Finally, you can also create email templates, containing information and language that you frequently use with clients. Clever huh?
What else would you like added to Outlook for Mac and Office 365?