Microsoft plans to optimize the upgrade of the Outlook app on the iOS side in the coming weeks. If you’re an iPad user, the new Outlook supports split-screen views and can open the mailing list while browsing your calendar. The new version also supports drag and drop, allowing users to drag links or text from the browser window into Outlook’s draft email.
In addition to the optimization for the iPad, IOS End Outlook finally gets the Do Not Disturb feature. The feature is currently available on the Android platform and can customize working days and working hours on the iOS platform. If you don’t want to answer work emails 24/7, Do Not Disturb mutes email notifications as planned, or even select options like Until Tomorrow.
IOS side Outlook is also integrating LinkedIn, where you can contact an account and see potential matches in your contact card in Outlook, which is expected to improve the lack of profile picture for email contacts outside your organization or Microsoft account.
Apple Watch’s Outlook Dial Interface
If you need to move a lot of email, the new feature from Outlook Mobile will be very useful. Microsoft plans to launch a referral folder to help iOS users move some email to the specified folder. If you always move messages from specific contacts, you’ll be recommended to move to the specified folder in advance in the new release.
The updates will be available in the coming weeks, but Microsoft has also promised to “quickly preview” new Outlook features on iOS and Android at next week’s Ignite conference. The conference will also unveil a future roadmap for Mac Version Outlook, in which Session promises to “promote a new user experience for early tasters.”