Microsoft is working on a new organizational function, which was to debut in the first instance, as part of the Outlook. This function, which is currently known as a “Outlook Rooms”, allowing users to pull together their events on the calendar, to-do lists, e-mails, Notes, files, documents, and other information in a single project area.
To see a video of the Outlook Areas it was posted on Twitter by the Walk of the Cat (@h0x0d) over the weekend. It is not clear when or if Microsoft plans to add this feature to the Outlook of what is happening in the video, but for now, it only seems to work when users are signed in to their Microsoft work, or school email accounts.
When I click on the https://outlook.office.com/spaces while signed into my Microsoft account, I get a message that says “Under Construction.” As for the Cat comments made on Twitter some of them are in a position to get the Spaces to work in by accessing and using DevTools in the browser.
Spaces pulls together documents, emails, and events with the help of the search terms that you entered. In the upcoming issues, we will be using the AI to help in the detection and the grouping of the items in the Roomsof it ,” says one test form for a Cat posted on Twitter.
I’ve asked Microsoft for more details on if and when the Areas come back to Outlook. No word back so far.
Microsoft has been working on for the past few years, in a variety of organizational instruments targeted at improving personal and organizational productivity.
I’m curious to see how this new Outlook, the Spaces tool, you will be placed on the use of Microsoft is around “A Project For” knowledge management. The Project is For the service, Microsoft has announced that in the Light of last fall, is designed to be in the area of information about the user data, including contacts, calendar events, and other activities of the information by using their existing Office applications such as microsoft Outlook.