Outlook for iOS is from now on much more functional thanks to its new version, 2.10.0. It has built-in support for add-ons, thus being on par with versions of Outlook for Windows, for Mac and for the web. The idea is that users can do much more without having to leave the application in the search for other specific applications to perform specific tasks.
In this regard, Microsoft points out that Outlook for iOS now transforms the inbox into a task box, which is not to be missed, since today there are already a number of add-ons available, both from Microsoft itself and from third parties, in addition to offering all the documentation available to developers to try to grow the ecosystem of add-ons intended for Outlook.
Evernote, GIPHY, Nimble, Trello and Smartsheet add-ons are now available, as well as Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Translator, although this list will start to grow, both from Microsoft and third-party side. According to Microsoft, these add-ons are available from today for Office 365 customers but will also be gradually deployed to all Outlook.com users.
Those who already have access to the latest version of Outlook for iOS should only go to Settings and then to Add-ons, where you will find a list of add-ons available to activate those you want to use.
It’s only now that the version of Outlook for Android also starts to support the add-ons. In this sense, Microsoft points out that soon will bring them on Android, although it has not given dates or times in which it will bring them. Although it does not mention it, the company has confirmed that it will also bring the complete ones to Outlook for Windows 10 Mobile