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Outlook for iOS updated with the ability to create, edit and delete groups

Earlier this year, Microsoft announced that they will integrate Office 365 Groups experience directly into Outlook apps across platforms. They started with the ability to view your group list, read and reply to group conversations and few other features. Show More Summary

Google Testing 3rd-Party Email Access in iOS Gmail App

Google is allowing people to use their non-Gmail email service within the Gmail app for iOS. Apple's own iOS email app and Microsoft's Outlook email app both already support multiple email services, as does Gmail on Android handsets....Show More Summary

Gmail iOS app trialling access to third-party email accounts in beta program

If you prefer the Gmail iOS app to Apple’s Mail app and wish you could use it for non-Gmail accounts too, you may be in luck. Google is currently trialling access to Outlook, Hotmail, Live, Yahoo and others in a new beta … more…

Gmail on iOS trials third-party email accounts

One of the worst things about Gmail for iOS is that unlike its Android counterpart, it doesn't support third-party accounts. If you also use Outlook or other providers for any reason, you'll still have to depend on one of its rival apps. Show More Summary

Microsoft revamping Outlook for Mac to look more like iOS version

Microsoft is working on a major redesign of both Outlook for Mac and its Windows counterpart. The aim is to simplify the user-interface, bringing it more into line with the iOS app. The iOS app was redesigned back in July. Key changes are a single-line ribbon and a smaller set of default commands shown … more…

Outlook for iOS and Android is adding your most requested calendar features

Outlook is adding several highly requested calendaring features—including syncing shared calendars to your phone, and managing and RSVPing to recurring events. The post Outlook for iOS and Android is adding your most requested calendar features appeared first on Office Blogs.

Can’t send email on iOS 11? Apple working on fix for Outlook.com and Exchange mail accounts

Whilst the launch of iOS 11 yesterday has been mostly plain-sailing, there has been one issue flagged up regarding some email accounts no longer sending messages in the Mail app. This bug was found by testers during the beta period but has not been fixed as of the latest iOS 11.0 public release. more…

Outlook’s all new search experience is now available for Insiders on iOS

Back in July, Microsoft revealed all new search experience for Outlook mobile devices. This new search experience is now available to try for Office Insiders on iOS. As part of the new search experience, Microsoft has added a dedicated tab in the simplified navigation bar. Show More Summary

Microsoft brings Outlook add-ins to Android devices

Back in February, Microsoft first announced that they are bringing add-ins to their mobile apps. Following the release of add-ins on Outlook for iOS, Microsoft today announced the availability of Outlook add-ins for Android devices. For now, add-ins will work with Outlook.com and Office 365 commercial email accounts. Show More Summary

Latest Office Insider update for iOS brings improved real-time collabration, alerts of shared files and more

Microsoft today released a new Insider update for Office apps on iOS. This update is a preview of the September 2017 feature update for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for iPad and iPhone and weekly updates for Outlook for iOS. It includes...Show More Summary

Microsoft Redesigns Mobile Outlook App for Android and iOS

3 months agoTechnology / Mobile : Phone Scoop

Microsoft has released an overhauled build of its Outlook mobile email application for both the Android and iOS platforms. The update targets several specific functions of the app to smooth over performance. For example, the new app makes it much simpler to switch between email accounts or folders within email accounts thanks to a redesigned nav bar. Show More Summary

Microsoft releases new Outlook for iOS and Android: Redesigned conversations and account switcher

The best email client for iOS and Android devices is Microsoft Outlook. It's a consolidated email, calendar, and contact solution that keeps getting better with regular updates.

Outlook for iOS updated with redesigned navigation, conversations, and more

3 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Microsoft has today announced an update to its Outlook app for iOS that brings a variety of changes and improvements. The two new headline features are redesigned conversations and navigation, while an improved search will be coming soon. more…

Outlook’s mobile makeover includes a much smarter search, powered by Microsoft Graph

Microsoft today unveiled a redesigned version of its popular Outlook mobile app for iOS and Android, which most notably includes a more intelligent search feature, powered by Microsoft Graph, along with other changes to navigation and conversations. Show More Summary

Redesigned navigation, conversations and search in Outlook for iOS and Android

New Outlook experiences make it easier for you to communicate, collaborate and manage your time while on the go. The post Redesigned navigation, conversations and search in Outlook for iOS and Android appeared first on Office Blogs.

Nimble Launches Add-in for Microsoft Office 365 and Outlook, Delivering Social Business Insights on People and Companies

3 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

PRESS RELEASE: Nimble, the pioneer of Social Sales and Marketing CRM, today announced Nimble Smart Contacts App, a new freemium add-in for Microsoft Office 365, Outlook desktop and iOS that delivers instant social business insights on people...

Microsoft's Outlook mobile apps help you edit your contacts

Believe it or not, Microsoft's Outlook app for Android and iOS hasn't let you add or edit contacts -- you've had to turn to your PC or the web for that. At last, though, common sense prevails. As of now, you can add and edit your Outlook.com and Office 365 contacts through the iOS app (Android and Google contacts are "coming soon"). Show More Summary

Outlook for iOS and Android gets the ability to add and edit contacts

Microsoft today announced the ability to add and edit contacts right from Outlook mobile apps on iOS and Android. With this new feature, users can add and edit contacts for Outlook.com and Office 365 accounts. Microsoft is also planning to add support for Google contacts soon. Show More Summary

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