Microsoft is working on a new organizational feature for Outlook, named Spaces. Twitter user WalkingCat revealed the new tool in a leaked video over the weekend, and Outlook Spaces looks like it’s designed to allow users to collate emails, notes, files, documents, calendar appointments, and to-do lists into online spaces. It looks like it will be useful for students or businesses that are planning projects.
Microsoft has not yet officially unveiled Outlook Spaces, but some have managed to access the new service at the company’s site. Spaces looks like an early example of Microsoft’s Fluid Framework for Office. Fluid takes the idea of documents and turns them into a cloud app that multiple people can contribute to with graphs, tables,…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts