Outlook for iOS adds support for third-party extensions

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Microsoft launched a serious replace to Outlook for iOS at this time that, for the primary time, brings add-ins to a mobile version of Outlook. Whereas Microsoft prefers the phrase “add-ins,” these are primarily third-party extensions for Outlook.

Microsoft labored with the likes of Evernote, Giphy (yay!), Nimble, Trello and Smartsheet to attach their companies with Outlook and combine them into the e-mail and calendar expertise. As well as, Microsoft additionally constructed its personal integrations with Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Translator. Support for extra of those extensions is on its manner. The corporate additionally notes that Outlook for Android will “quickly” get the identical performance. To enable these new features, merely head into the Settings menu and look for the add-ins option.

The corporate additionally notes that Outlook for Android will “quickly” get the identical performance. Outlook for Home windows, Mac (in Insiders) and the net already support add-ins anyway.

For now, you have to be an Workplace 365 buyer to entry these third-party integrations, although. Support for Outlook.com customers is coming quickly.

You could find a full walk-through of how all of the presently out there add-ins will work in Outlook in Microsoft’s announcement, however I feel we will all agree that Giphy support might be a very powerful addition right here.

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