Microsoft celebrates one year of Outlook.com

Outlook.com logoMicrosoft recently celebrated Outlook.com's one year anniversary, revealing that the email service has seen more than 600 changes and improvements based on user feedback since the launch of the preview. Microsoft is also thanking those who have been using Outlook.com and providing feedback, since the email service would not have grown without input from its users.

"You've been a tremendous help in making Outlook.com a better service for all of us-and the world's fastest growing email service-so we want to take a moment to say thank you. Your feedback has been key to delivering over 600 additions, changes and improvements, packaged in 34 feature releases in the last year," Microsoft stated in an official blog post.

Microsoft has also released several videos showcasing the service. In the first video, Microsoft highlights Outlook.com after one year. In the second video, Microsoft showcases social network integration with the email service while the third video showcases Outlook.com's SkyDrive integration.

In the next set of videos, Microsoft shows off how Outlook.com works well with the company's Office productivity suite, especially with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint via Office Web Apps. In the second video, Microsoft showcases Outlook.com's ability to view and share videos directly from the email inbox. In the third and final video, Microsoft shows off how you can integrate your calendars with the email service.

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