CnBeta reports that the new email client is optimized for Retina displays and supports Apple's native pop-up alerts and OS X Notification Center.
Here's a Google translation of their observations:
1. Office and other platforms more unified, modern interface UI: First, the interface has been redesigned, using a simple, modern style, returning to the Retina screen brings full support. Style and feel with Windows (and the iPad version) Office more unified, user-reducing strangeness when converting office platform, you can see the use of the Ribbon toolbar, compared to the old version, the bottom of the strip into a task switcher, more intuitive and easy use, and add a lot of Office 2013's features and functions.
2. An important improvement is combined with the cloud more closely, the new Office for Mac can easily access the accounts of cloud file sharing, seamless collaboration in a multi-platform multi-device environment. During office documents do not feel completely different in multi-platform switch under editing. At the same time the ability to easily share documents with enterprise environments rest of the team.
3. We can see that the next generation of Microsoft Outlook for Mac has undergone major improvements. Improve the efficiency of the user schedule management and team communication aspects, increasing the online archive Online Archive support, support for push mail and notification alerts, schedule management, increased Propose new time (recommendations of the meeting time), calendar weather, open the synchronization function classification name and color, can easily manage the classification, Outlook for Mac, Outlook for Windows, OWA can get exactly the same experience.
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