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Inline replies in Outlook
When you click Reply while viewing a message in the reading pane, Outlook 2013 displays your reply inline, without opening a new message window. That space-saving feature is especially helpful on laptops and tablets with small screens.
Use Peeks for quick looks at other data
In Outlook 2010, a pane on the right side of the window shows your current calendar—taking up a significant amount of space in the process. In Outlook 2013, you can click or tap the Calendar, People, or Tasks links to see a pop-up view of that data without leaving your Mail view. These Peeks offer full navigation and search tools.
Contact cards provide at-a-glance info
Click or tap any name in an email message or appointment to see a pop-up contact card like this one. If you and the other person are part of the same organization, you can use Lync to send an instant message or make a phone call. The What’s New tab shows updates from connected social networks.