Microsoft is allegedly working to replace its native Outlook apps for Mac and Windows computers with a progressive web app sporting features like local storage, caching and more.
If you have a Hotmail or Outlook email account that’s set up in Mail on iPhone or iPad, then you may have been running into this issue since the releases of updates to iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. You repeatedly get a pop-up message asking you for your email account password. Guess what? You’re not alone.
If you’ve been using the keyboard shortcuts we’ve listed for Microsoft Office apps like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, then these shortcuts for Outlook are for you.
You might prefer to use Outlook as your email app on Mac or simply use it for certain accounts or business. If so, these keyboard shortcuts for Outlook can have you organizing your inbox, sending and receiving emails, and formatting text quickly.
When Apple announced that iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 would allow users to select a default email app other than Mail, many were elated. While there’s nothing specifically wrong with Mail, some people just prefer a different app with other features.
If you’re one of those people and want to change the default email app on your iPhone or iPad, we’ll show you how. Then when you tap to open an email address or a link that lets you send an email, you can use your preferred app automatically without any extra steps.
Microsoft has confirmed that its all-new Outlook for Mac app will launch soon, and with a major redesign along with it.
iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 added the ability to set your default email client and browser apps. It permits your favorite third-party email or browser app to launch instead of Apple's stock Mail and Safari apps anytime you click an email or web link. This requires not only support from developers who have opted to implement the feature, but also approval from Apple. Several email clients have added support for this capability, including Gmail, Outlook, Spark and Hey.
Microsoft has updated its Outlook email client for iPhone and iPad with the ability to ignore unwanted email threads that folks on other platforms have been able to do for a while now.
Rich text formatting features have been strangely absent from mobile Outlook so it goes without saying that fans of Microsoft's otherwise excellent email app for iPhone and iPad can now style their emails with bold, italics, underlined, inline links and more.
Microsoft today pushed an update to the native Outlook app for iPhone and iPad which brings support for iOS's side-by-side Split View multitasking mode on iPad. This makes you more productive by making it easy to open multiple emails at once on your Apple tablet.
Ukrainian developer Readdle has released an update to its Calendars productivity software bringing improvements including native Exchange integration and multiple account support.
The Outlook desktop app that ships as part of Microsoft's Office suite can be quite cluttered but now Mac users will be able to install the Outlook.com web app into macOS, Chrome OS, Windows and other platforms that natively support Progressive Web Apps (PWA).
Microsoft is rolling out some improvements to its Outlook mail/information management application for the Mac. Outlook for Mac beta testers will soon see an overhauled design and significant performance improvements in the next iteration, according to The Verge.