Microsoft's Outlook app is still one of the most popular email options for iOS users, and now the app is getting a bit more helpful new features.
If you choose to use Outlook as your preferred email app on iPhone or iPad, then you already know it has some handy features. Outlook offers a dedicated search tab for finding messages and files easily and a built-in calendar for quick views at your schedule.
In addition to the features you use all the time, you can share your availability with a tap. This is convenient for scheduling meetings or events with others. If you’re new to this feature, we’re here to help. Here’s how to send your availability in Outlook for iOS.
Software giant Microsoft, which today pushed a major design update to its mobile Outlook app for iPhone and iPad, has officially confirmed that it's working on a darkened app interface.
Microsoft's mobile Outlook client for iPhone and iPad is getting a refresh on App Store later today to bring the app visually on par with its Android counterpart, which has a blue header.
If you’ve just set up a Hotmail or Outlook email account in the Mail app on your iPhone or iPad, you may have noticed that some of your emails aren’t there.
You may not realize it but when you initially connect the account, your emails are synced one month back by default.
So, if you have Hotmail or Outlook emails missing from the Mail app, try this quick fix.
Outlook.com comes with an optional Dark Mode feature. According to the Outlook.com team, Dark Mode is amongst, if not the most highly-requested featured for Microsoft's web mail service, which counts approximately 400 million active users. Here's how to switch from the default color scheme to the shades of gray that generate panel contrast.
Hot on the heels off refreshing its Cortana for iPhone app earlier this morning with full iPad support, software giant Microsoft also issued an update to Outlook for iPhone and iPad, bringing several search and navigation improvements to users.
Microsoft is giving its desktop Outlook apps for Mac and Windows computers a major facelift in order to make the productivity software resemble its iOS counterpart more.
Released yesterday, iOS 11.0.1 fixed a problem with the Mail app where Outlook.com, Office 365 and Exchange customers would see their messages rejected by the server.
Apple on Tuesday published a new support document on its website which has acknowledged an issue with the Mail app in iOS 11 where Outlook.com, Office 365 and Exchange customers are seeing their messages rejected by the server.
Two years ago, Microsoft launched Outlook for iPhone and iPad to critical acclaim. Celebrating the milestone, the Windows maker announced it's bringing third-party integrations to your inbox with add-ins in Outlook for iOS.
Not unlike Airmail or Readdle's Sparrow, Outlook brings some of your favorite apps straight to your inbox so you can turn any email into a Trello card, save conversations in Evernote, translate messages in seconds and more.
After adding 3D Touch support for quickly viewing your calendar or composing a new event or email directly from the Home screen, Microsoft's mobile Outlook app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad has gained the ability to protect your emails, contacts and calendars within the app with your fingerprint, using Touch ID on supported iPhones and iPads. In addition, the Outlook 2.2.2 update packs in a few other refinements and enhancements.