As reported by Windows Central, Microsoft is working on a new Outlook app for Windows 10 based on Outlook Web. The company hinted at the app at its Ignite conference early last year and announced plans to unify Outlook across platforms.
This application is actually intended to replace mail and calendar in Windows 10. Codenamed Project Monarch, it will take up less space than the existing Mail and Calendar applications.
The difference is that the new web application will have a lot of built-in features like offline storage. Plus, it will finally provide a unified experience for Windows, macOS, and even mobile clients.
Windows Central says Microsoft will offer a beta version of the app later this year, with the final version available to everyone in 2022.