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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I'm interested to know if this actually went through UAT and who honestly felt these look better than the previous icons? I appreciate this was done for scaling but some of us don't need to scale and would prefer to stick with the visually mature design. It's just like the office colour schemes again but at least that retains the legacy design.

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    Not just Outlook. All the MS Office icons are now very ugly and distracting. I understand Microsoft did this for scaling but at the very least allow us to retain the legacy so we can pick what icons to use (like the office colour scheme)

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    Seconded. I understand the new icons are for scaling but visually it feels like a big step back. I hope the design team get told off as it's not the sort of quality I would expect from a company of Microsoft's size. Bring back the old design team.

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