Yesterday we reported that Microsoft showcased some of the new Fluent Design changes coming to Windows 10 later this year. The company also announced OneNote will be the first app to get Fluent Design elements like command bar flyout.
Now, the company announced that Windows 10 Mail app is getting Fluent Design elements. At today’s session, Microsoft talked about Density and how it will be implemented in Windows 10 Mail App. The current issue is devices with low-resolution can’t see more than 6 emails at a time and it varies if the device has Touch as well.
Microsoft now has announced that with the new Fluent Design users can see 26% more emails in multi-line mode and 84% more in single-line mode. The update is rolling out right now and Windows 10 users can head below to download the latest update from the Microsoft Store.