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Microsoft Updates Outlook Groups for iPhone with iOS 10 Support

The update also comes with changes to group lists, allowing users to sort by recent activity, as well as other minor improvements and performance increases.


Today rolled out an update for Outlook Groups on the App Store. The build adds support for iOS 10, for which the release date was announced just yesterday.

Starting September 13th, and iPad users will be able to use the application on the newest OS. The update also comes with some other changes, namely to the Groups list.

For those not yet acquainted with the app, it lets users engage with teams through file collaboration and photo sharing. Office 365 customers can also create group events, make notes and more.

Outlook Groups v1.10.10 Changelog

As usual, Microsoft has provided release notes for this build, which we've listed for you below:

  • “iOS 10 support: We now support the newest OS from .
  • Groups list now sorts based on recent activity. While on mobile, you want to quickly understand what's new with your groups, and with the sorting of the groups list based on new activity, you can collaborate more effectively.
  • Numerous other bug fixes and feature enhancements so your experience with the app is great.”

Though it's not a major update, those planning to upgrade to iOS 10 as soon as possible will be thankful for the support right out of the gate.

Though sorting by recent activity hasn't been highly requested, it's one of those small additions that will make users lives much easier. It should save time scrolling through lists, which will lead to an increase in productivity.

To get the latest version of the app, you simply need to visit the Outlook Groups page in the App Store and hit update. You can also suggest features using the Outlook Suggestion Box.

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