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Microsoft Issues Outlook Calendar Tweak for iOS Devices

Users of iPhones and iPad with Outlook can now remove meetings from the Calendar via a single inbox button selection.


File this one under minor update. Microsoft has today rolled out a new version of its Outlook email client for Apple’s iOS. With this latest release, the app has been bumped to version 2.104.0. There is nothing major included here, although a tweak has been made to the calendar experience.

Specifically, iPhone and iPad users with Outlook can now remove a meeting schedule from the calendar. This is for situations where the circumstances of the meeting change before it is held, such as a cancellation or a change in time.

To clear a meeting from the Outlook calendar, simply tap the remove button that now appears in the inbox.

And that’s it, as mentioned, a minor update. Still, one we think is worth grabbing. To do just that, you can download Outlook version 2.104.0 for iOS from the App Store here. Microsoft is continuing to improve the Outlook mobile experience through minor tweaks.

This latest iOS release comes less than two months after Microsoft made sweeping changes to Outlook on mobile. Available for iOS and Android, the update was launched to coincide with the third anniversary of the app on mobile.

New Mobile Experience

Through that major release, Microsoft added the following features:

  • “Create and join a Teams meeting in Outlook mobile:  As customers continue to embrace Teams for collaboration, we are excited to integrate Teams meetings in Outlook. You will soon be able to add an online Teams Meeting option to your calendar events and join a Teams Meeting right from Outlook. Our goal is to introduce this capability to Outlook mobile early in 2019.
  • More Office Lens technology coming to Outlook mobile: In addition to using Office Lens intelligent technology for photos, documents, and whiteboard images in Outlook mobile, you will be able to simply snap a picture of the card, and the contact details will be automatically saved in Outlook. Customers also have the confidence that the images will be used in compliance with their company’s app protection policies and device camera settings will be respected. This feature will start rolling out to Outlook for Android customers in the coming months.
  • Favorite Notifications: There are some people in our lives whose communication should take priority, such as your boss, your significant other, or your kid, and you may want to respond to them in a timely manner. You will soon have the option set your notifications to “Favorites,” so you’re only notified when they send you an email or calendar event. Favorite Notifications are expected to start rolling out to Outlook mobile customers in the coming months.
  • Improved calendar sharing: Today, we are making it easier to share schedules with coworkers and manage room reservations and delegated calendars. It’s as easy as adding a new calendar from the menu option in Outlook Calendar. Simply select Add Shared Calendars: and search for people, rooms, or mailboxes. You will be able to add or view a coworker’s shared calendar or even a conference room that has a reservation calendar. We are rolling out this new Outlook mobile shared calendar experience to commercial customers now.
  • Search in calendar: And if you need to find a specific calendar event, we’re extending search in Outlook mobile beyond contacts, special reservations, deliveries, and files and will soon be adding search to calendar events. The Outlook mobile search experience is designed to help you find what you need even faster. This feature will start rolling out to Outlook mobile customers in the coming months.”
Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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