Microsoft has upgraded Outlook and provides a Dark Mode, which it calls an influential result from the users.
This is the feature, which toggles the color scheme due to which the background will change to black and the text color will become white, which is designed to avoid excess strain on users eye during using the application in dark and making the user of the app more pleasant in less-light.
A lot of applications such as Gmail, Twitter, and YouTube, have as well adopted the same feature.
Currently, the newly introduces dark mode is accessible on the web app of Outlook, and right now it is in its beta version, which can be easily activated just by toggling the switch accessible on top of the inbox. The mode is as well toggle in between individual emails by clicking a button available on top of the email.
A representative of Microsoft has first revealed the news in the Outlook feedback forum of Microsoft, as a response to a hugely supported user request to incorporate dark mode to the company.
The post read, “While we came up with the newly design Dark Mode, we have a debate on its existence in Outlook.com as an independent theme.” We came to an end with the decision that the way a lot of people would expect themes to work and the manner of function of Dark Mode is different at a fundamental level.
As well as, we thought that there would be a dark version of the entire accessible theme in future, so having a separate switch to toggle between the dark mode and its counterpart will be very facilitating. Alongside, this will be very consistent with a lot of other applications as well that has their own dark mode.
The company has not shared any scheduled date about the release of dark mode for desktop and mobile version of Outlook.