Accessibility updates in Outlook – across desktop, mobile and web




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Video duration: 4:12
Using the principles of inclusive design, we’re making improvements to Outlook to keep you productive if you have a visual impairment. This demo highlights some of the work the Outlook team is doing to make mail and calendar accessible in our desktop, mobile and browser experiences. With a combination of a screen reader, keyboard, and touch; David Gorelik from the Outlook engineering team walks through reading and composing an email, scheduling a meeting and accepting it on the go.

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2 thoughts on “Accessibility updates in Outlook – across desktop, mobile and web

    Judy Kopp

    (December 4, 2018 - 7:32 am)

    Are there instructions for the disabled users available?

    Evan Adams

    (December 4, 2018 - 7:32 am)

    The largest problem with Outlook is for people who are older / loosing their eyesight. On outlook for Mac they have REMOVED a way to make the fonts larger for menus. Yes you can have a larger font when drafting mail, but the menus of email lists are still size constrained and not adjustable. The small font is a major problem and hurts older people from staying in the workforce in a productive way.

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