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You can chat, add contacts from popular social networks and manage your Facebook and Twitter content.
Add contacts from your Facebook, Twitter, Google, LinkedIn and other networks, and changes such as address updates will automatically update in Outlook.com.
Click the arrow next to
at the top of your inbox.
Then click People.
If you can't see the list of available networks (such as Google, Twitter and Facebook) click Manage, then click Add people.
Click the network you want to add and follow the instructions on the screen.
You can set whether or not other people can find your public Facebook or Twitter account using your email address and/or phone number.
Outlook.com is committed to your privacy and empowering you with control over your information.
Find out more about managing your contact list, including how to add or delete contacts from Groups.
If you see that a Skype friend is online, you can quickly send them an IM straight from your inbox. Just click the chat icon in the top right and select an IM contact in the Start new conversation box.
You can also make Skype calls straight from your Outlook.com inbox.
Find out more about how to use Skype with Outlook.com
Next: You're in control of your privacy with Outlook.com
You can try Outlook.com using your existing Gmail account.
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