1. Microsoft Outlook now lets you end all meetings early to give your brain a rest  The Verge
  2. What Microsoft found when it looked at our brains on back-to-back virtual work meetings  CNBC
  3. New Outlook setting cuts video meetings short to reduce stress  PCWorld
  4. Microsoft: Back-to-back video meetings are making us all more stressed. Here's how to fix it  ZDNet
  5. Microsoft bringing automated meeting break feature to Outlook  MobileSyrup
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Microsoft is allowing companies using Outlook to change default meeting times to finish or start early. This lets employees get a few minutes’ break between meetings.A first step toward ending back-to-back meetings.

Microsoft Outlook now lets you end all meetings early to give your brain a rest - The Verge

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Microsoft researchers have proven that back-to-back meetings without a break can increase stress, so it's building breaks into Outlook.Microsoft researchers have proven that back-to-back meetings without a break can increase stress, so it's building breaks into Outlook.

Outlook builds in breaks to make video meetings less exhausting | PCWorld

Microsoft's researchers studied the impact of back-to-back meetings on our brains, and concluded we need breaks.Microsoft's researchers studied the impact of back-to-back meetings on our brains, and concluded we need breaks.

Microsoft: Back-to-back video meetings are making us all more stressed. Here's how to fix it | ZDNet

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