Mac owners who are heavy power users of Microsoft's Outlook email client might want to check out a new preview program that will allow them to get updates for Outlook before they are released to the general public.
Microsoft has set up a landing page for people interested in joining the Outlook for Mac preview program. It states:
The Outlook for Mac team is preparing a preview program for Mac users to evaluate new features we introduce in Outlook 2016 for Mac - so we can learn from you to keep making Outlook awesome! Please answer this very quick survey to help us get to know you better. If you're a good fit for this program, someone from our team will get in touch. Thanks for your time!
Mac users can already sign up for Microsoft's Office Insider program, which allows Office 365 subscribers to get early versions of Office 2016 for the Mac. They can test them out and provide feedback to Microsoft before they are officially released.
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