Microsoft Outlook was a great email app for your iPhone, but recent changes include more ads to try and push you to subscribe to Microsoft 365.
Microsoft Outlook on the iPad has a new feature that improves multitasking, drag and drop support. The feature makes it easy to attach files, images, and contacts into Outlook.
An update to Outlook for Mac is rolling out now. The update brings a new look that's in line with the upcoming Big Sur update. It also is faster and includes several other improvements.
A recent post from Microsoft explains how it's improving search within Outlook on iOS and Android. Several new features are on the way that utilize Microsoft Search to show better results.
Multitasking on iPad just got a bit easier thanks to Split View support for Outlook on iOS. You can now drag and drop text into a message and view content side-by-side.
Microsoft is giving Outlook for Mac a fresh coat of paint and you can test it right now if you're on the beta testing team.
Microsoft Outlook is available across several Apple devices, and Microsoft is adding new features to make it easy to stay in touch with people no matter what device you're on.
If you plan to use an iPhone with your Microsoft services, you'll want to set up your Outlook calendars. Here's how to get up and running.
The Outlook app's redesign, which first began rolling out weeks ago, is now available for everyone on iOS.
Microsoft today is rolling out its latest major update for Outlook on iOS, bringing a complete redesign with bold blue hues throughout.
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