Microsoft is starting to roll out a new Outlook.com beta today. It’s an opt-in web-only beta that is activated through a “try the beta” toggle on Outlook.com, and it should be available to all users within the next few weeks. This is the third design iteration of Outlook.com since it first launched in 2012. Microsoft is updating the Outlook.com design with some subtle changes, including an improved conversation view, and the ability to read and attach files a lot faster.

The new search interface is located at the top of the inbox now, rather than to the side, and it will surface emails and people in its results. Outlook.com’s new interface will also preview files and photos in your conversation list, making it quicker to glance at a…

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