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Fernanda Richnak

Fernanda is a Product Manager on the Outlook team. Her work centers on building delightful user experiences that improve Outlook for Windows and Outlook for the web. She is currently focused on first-party and third-party integrations that help users complete core tasks without having to leave Outlook. In her spare time, she can be found playing tennis, enjoying the Pacific Northwest outdoors, reading, and spending time with her family.

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New location for key functions and direct access to other Microsoft 365 apps in Outlook

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There's a new place to access key Outlook functions! You can also customize this area by pinning other Microsoft 365 apps, allowing you to launch them directly from Outlook.

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Automatically restore windows in Outlook 

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We're pleased to share with you a new feature: the ability to automatically restore windows that were open when Outlook last closed.

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Automatically shorten links for OneDrive & SharePoint files 

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Check out our new feature: the ability to shorten links for OneDrive and SharePoint files. We’ve made these updates to improve the readability of links.

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Create slides in Portrait mode on PowerPoint for iOS

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When creating and editing slides and presentations on your iPhone or iPad, you can now do so in Portrait mode.

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Transcribe and Ink experience in OneNote on Windows

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Focus on the content and rely on OneNote to record presentations or lectures as well as your notes, and easily refer back to them later.

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Get fast and fluent with Office on iPhone

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Check out updated experiences that help you do more with the contextual command bar and ribbon palette in Office apps on your iPhone.