According to the reports that we have gotten from our sources, it appears as if Microsoft is making plans to introduce a dark mode to the Outlook.com web mail service. During Halloween in the previous year, the software giant had at first introduced a temporary dark mode and since that time it has been for months working hard to have a more permanent dark mode feature included in Outlook.com. And finally, the company has begun teasing the arrival of the dark mode any time from now.
An Outlook.com team member gave an explanation as a way of providing feedback in a post saying that, “One reason for the delay is our insistence that we deliver the best Dark Mode of any leading email client (you’ll understand when you see it, I guarantee). “The sneak preview you saw last year at Halloween was a prototype that required a lot more work to be ready for prime time.” The software giant stated that it has redesigned the colours as well as the codes over and over again – in its own words “multiple times” – and it is finally in the concluding phase before introducing the new theme in Outlook.com.
Our sources report that a dark mode for Outlook.com has been one of the most sought after features for the Microsoft web mail service and this they confirmed having presented a list on the Outlook.com feedback sites. It was six years ago that Microsoft initially introduced Outlook.com as a way of replacing its Hotmail web service which at the time was aging, and now Outlook.com has about 400 million active users. Ever since then, the software giant has been making some modifications to the web mail service, updating its features and just a few months ago, in March precisely, the company released a new design for the mail service.