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Microsoft today announced Outlook.com Beta, a new opt-in program that lets users try new features powered by artificial intelligence and design changes.

Some of the new updates users can test include an upgraded search feature; a new “modern conversation style”; improved management of photos and attachments; and a “Quick Suggestions” feature that analyzes your message and suggests potential information to add, like this:

There are also new personalization features, like favoring people and folders, along with easier access to emojis and GIFs.

Outlook web users can join the beta program by clicking the “Try the beta” toggle at the top right of your inbox.

“Additional enhancements will be rolled out over the next few months, including updates to Calendar and People,” Microsoft noted in a blog post. “Based on your feedback, we’ll iterate, improve, refine, or discard them. At the end of the beta, we’ll bring the best innovations into Outlook.com.”

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