Microsoft has released a new preview build of its Outlook for Mac app to the Insider Fast ring, bringing a range of fixes. The update mainly focuses on cosmetic and security fixes.
Microsoft has added Outlook as a member of the suite of apps included in the Office Insider Program on iOS. The other included apps are Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote; you can apply today.
Microsoft has released Focused Inbox for Outlook 2016 to all users in the First Release program of Office 365. The feature first appeared in March and is already available on other platforms.
A brand new build has dropped for Office Insiders on Windows in the Slow ring. Part of the April feature update for Office 2016, it brings improvements to Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook and more.
"Groups in Outlook offers huge improvements over traditional distribution lists", Microsoft said, announcing that its group conversations and content features are launching on Mac, iOS, and Android.
Microsoft today announced a new Preview program for Outlook 2016 for Mac, which is open to everyone, as opposed to the Office Insider Program, which requires an Office 365 subscription.
Outlook.com Premium's current promotional price won't change until June 30. Previously, a price hike was expected for March 31. Also, six more regions were recently added to the service.
Previously exclusive for US customers, Outlook.com Premium is now available in Canada, UK and Northern Ireland, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, and Ireland. This comes before the March 31 price hike.
After releasing the features to Office Insiders a couple of weeks ago, Microsoft has now announced that Outlook 2016 officially has Add-ins, as well as support for Apple's new Touch Bar.
A month after Touch Bar support was added to the rest of the Office 2016 suite on Macs, Microsoft is today adding the feature to Outlook for Office Insiders who are on the Slow ring.
Microsoft formally announced its latest updates to Outlook Mail and Calendar for Windows 10 today, which that will bring some much-anticipated features - such as Focused Inbox - to the platform.
Amazon has silently added support for Microsoft's calendars to its digital assistant. Users can now use Alexa to check on their schedules and edit meetings by using voice commands.
After a year of first being discovered, Outlook.com Premium is now out of preview and available to all US customers. You can get it for $19.95 per year until March 31, when it will increase to $49.99.
Microsoft has started to introduce the "Focused Inbox" feature to a select group of users running a public or preview build. Focused Inbox prioritizes emails based on your frequently used contacts.
Cortana can now proactively remind you to complete tasks that you said you'd do in your emails - such as "I'll send you that report tomorrow" - without you having to ask for a reminder.
Earlier today, Microsoft announced that it's bringing Outlook Add-ins to mobile platforms, including iOS and Android. We've now learned that it's coming to Windows 10 Mobile as well.
Microsoft today announced that Add-ins are coming to the Outlook mobile apps, starting with iOS, with Android support coming soon. There's still no word on whether the Windows 10 app will get them.
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After unveiling the new Outlook.com in May 2015, and promising to upgrade all users by the end of summer 2016 "at the latest", Microsoft now says it's "in the final stages" of the migration program.
After revealing its plans in September to bring Focused Inbox to its Outlook Mail app on Windows 10, Microsoft is finally preparing to introduce that feature to Windows 10 devices from next month.
After having long been a pain point for users, Microsoft has updated its web services, such as Outlook.com and OneDrive.com, with the ability to disable Skype notifications.
A new update to Microsoft Outlook for iOS brings some long-awaited features, closing some gaps and increasing its integration to the OS on one of Microsoft's most successful apps for the platform.
Microsoft has added several accessibility tools for Office 365 subscribers which can make your content more consumable for those with various visual, hearing, mobility, and cognitive disabilities.
Calendar.help gives Cortana the ability to arrange meetings automatically within an email conversation using natural language. Those interested can sign up for an exclusive preview starting today.
Microsoft has announced a new service destined for small business owners. Dubbed, Outlook Customer Manager, it lets entrepreneurs and employees better keep track of clients, tasks, and deals.
Microsoft today took to Twitter to announce the availability of the Outlook Mobile app on Amazon's Fire OS. This includes support for Fire tablets and the Fire Phone, but not Fire TV.
Microsoft announced today that it will be bringing a new scheduling assistant to Outlook Mobile. Available today for iOS, the feature will be coming soon to both Android and Windows 10 Mobile.
Focused Inbox for Outlook is a familiar feature to Android and iOS users, but it has yet to arrive for those on Windows 10 PCs and Mobile. Microsoft has now announced that it has started rolling out.
Microsoft has quietly opened up Outlook.com Premium to the public. The service will cost $19.99 for the first year, and it's open to all US users with the new Outlook.com service.
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At Microsoft's Ignite 2016 conference today, the company confirmed that a number of new features are coming to Outlook Mail for Windows 10, which were previously exclusive to iOS and Android.
Moscow is removing Outlook and Exchange Server from 6,000 systems - and hints at plans to remove Windows and Office from up to 600,000 PCs and servers - as Russia focuses on domestic IT solutions.
Today is the first day of Microsoft's Ignite 2016 conference, where the company announced a number of new features for Office 365 users, including some for businesses and some for everyone.
Microsoft today announced new features that will be coming to Outlook.com, as long as you're lucky enough to be on the new Outlook. You'll be able to send files from Google Drive and Facebook.
Microsoft has released a significant update to the calendar features in its Outlook app on iOS and Android, with some improvements that may well be familiar to users of its outgoing Sunrise app.
After promising to shut down Sunrise Calendar on August 31, Microsoft has confirmed that the app will continue to survive for the time being until Outlook can be updated with new features.
It's been over 15 months since Microsoft originally announced its plans to upgrade Outlook.com. This week, it said that almost 90% of active users have been upgraded - are you one of them?
Microsoft says an error message stating that Outlook.com upgrades would not be completed until the "first half of 2017" was itself an error, adding that 90% of active users have already been migrated.
Following Uber's lead, DiDi has partnered with Microsoft to release a new add-in for Outlook which will enable employees to book a ride while eliminating the hassle of cash payments and paperwork.
Some users are reporting that they are seeing an error message when attempting to share their calendar which says that the upgrade to the new Outlook.com should be finished by early 2017.
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Microsoft says that all Outlook.com users will be upgraded to its new service, built on Office 365, "by the end of summer at the latest" - nearly a year and a half after its original announcement.
"CRM and email have traditionally been disconnected tools", says Microsoft - but now, it's bridging that gap with the launch of the Salesforce for Outlook add-in, available now from the Office Store.
The new add-in lets you schedule meetings at your local Starbucks store and easily send eGift Cards from your inbox - and for a limited time, you'll also get a $5 eGift Card for yourself if you do so.
The Outlook team has updated Outlook for Android Wear to include a fairly interesting watch face centered around the wearer's calendar, and provides a flexible ability to personalize the watch face.
Xiaomi and Microsoft have entered into a deal where the Chinese manufacturer will pre-load Microsoft's Office and Skype apps on its devices. There are now more than 75 Android OEMs who are doing this.
Microsoft will remove Sunrise Calendar from app stores on August 31, but the app will still work after that date. The Sunrise team will continue to focus on the Outlook apps for mobile devices.
Microsoft recently updated the Outlook app for Android, which adds support for Android Wear smartwatches. The new feature will allow users to read emails without opening their phones.
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Microsoft has announced the integration of Wunderlist, Facebook, and Evernote for the Outlook app on both iOS and Android, introducing a feature called Calendar Apps for Outlook.