How to disable Link Preview in Outlook Web. It allows users to manage their email efficiently and has a very elegant user interface. Today, we’ll be discussing the Link Preview feature and showing you how to disable it in Outlook Web if you don’t like it.
What is Link Preview in Outlook.com
If you’ve ever copied and pasted a link into an email, you may have noticed that your email client automatically pulls data from the linked webpage and displays it. This feature is called Link Preview.
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It may be useful to have a preview of the web page before clicking the link or landing on that page. However, this may make the email body look bad. Therefore, follow the steps below to disable this functionality in Outlook Web.
Disable Link Preview in Outlook Web
Open Outlook.com, and log in to your account. Then, click on the Settings gear button on the top right corner and select Options. In the Options page, scroll down to Reading Email section and uncheck the box next to “Link Preview.”
Navigate to Mail > Layout > Link preview on the next page. Otherwise, click here to go there directly.
By default, the “Preview links in email” checkbox is ticked. To disable link preview, simply uncheck the box and hit “Save.” If you’re looking for the link preview in your account settings, you can head over to the same place and reverse the changes.
If you’re an Outlook Web user, you can check out these tips and tricks to make the most out of it.
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