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Microsoft Outlook Review Breakdowns

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Media Type Video
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Last Seen 211 days ago
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hotmail 1
msn 2
outlook email 3
outlook 4
outlook calendar 5

Downloads

Dec, 2021
Worldwide
824K

Revenue

Dec, 2021
Worldwide
$4K

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Description

Outlook lets you bring all your email accounts and calendars in one convenient spot. Whether it's staying on top of your inbox or scheduling the next big thing, we make it easy to be your most productive, organized, and connected self. Here's what you'll love about Outlook for iOS: - Focus on the right things with our smart inbox - we help you sort between messages you need to act on straight away and everything else. - Swipe to quickly schedule, delete and archive messages. - Share your meeting availability with just a tap and easily find times to meet with others. - Find everything you're looking for with our new search experience, including files, contacts, and your upcoming trips. - View and attach any file from your email, OneDrive, Dropbox, and more, without having to download them to your phone. - Bring all the apps you love in Outlook, including Facebook, Evernote, Trello, and more. - Open Word, Excel, or other Office document attachments to edit them directly in the corresponding app and attach them back to an email. -- Outlook for iOS works with Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Outlook.com (including Hotmail and MSN), Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and iCloud. -- To make an in-app purchase of a Microsoft 365 Family or Personal subscription, open the app, go to Settings, and tap on Upgrade next to your Outlook.com or Hotmail.com account. Subscriptions begin at $6.99 a month in the US, and can vary by region. With a Microsoft 365 subscription, you get 1TB of storage for each user, access to all features in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, and you can install Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote on PCs or Macs. Microsoft 365 subscriptions purchased from the app will be charged to your iTunes account and will automatically renew within 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription period, unless auto-renewal is disabled beforehand. To manage your subscriptions or to disable auto-renewal, after purchase, go to your iTunes account settings. A subscription cannot be cancelled during the active subscription period. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Privacy and Cookies: https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=521839 Terms of Use: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=530144 Contract Summary: https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-365/outlook/contract-summary

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Reviews

Continues To Improve
SCTVGirl78 on 2022-01-28
I have been using Outlook on IOS daily for at least the last 5 years, and I would give it 4.5 stars but only had the option of 4 or 5 and feel it is better than 4 stars but definitely not a perfect 5. I will say over that time they have made some significant improvements that enable me to do more directly from my phone like sending a copy of an email to One Note and creating a task from an email. I do wish MS would wrap the “To Do” app into Outlook and feature it as a tab at the bottom like the calendar, contacts and mail. I think it’s harder having to go between two apps. I would also like to see the ability to load a signature with graphics, logos, etc. like I have in Outlook online or on my Mac. I know this is likely more of an Apple problem than MS, but it would be close to great if this could be added. Finally, (and this may be my own ineptitude) I would love to be able to select having my contacts on my phone without having them download into the main contacts of my phone. Why can’t they live in the contact folder of the app? I know you can filter which contacts you see but I don’t like having my personal contacts mixed in with hundreds of business contacts when I want to find a friend’s address or update their contact information or see all my personal contacts in a list for cleaning up duplicates, etc. Overall, the app has improved immensely in 5 years and as a traveling sales person it allows me to do much more from my phone than when I started using it and it was just sending and receiving emails.
Still very poor
drjwr on 2022-01-28
Outlook was cobbled together when MS bought Acompli (mail) and Sunrise (calendar). Since then, what’s good is what they inherited; what’s poor is pure MS. After MS bought Acompli and became proud of the “focused inbox” that other developers developed, it then (July 2017) reworked the app into a clunky, busy, shelf apparatus that hides the number of emails in any Inbox and the folders. The sleepwalking engineers also replaced email account names with account icons and suddenly the multiple Gmail accounts, for example, were indistinguishable from each other. Well, duh. Check out the dog-ugly solution. (Notice that the app’s Apple site shows only ONE email account per email client.) The app also became unprofessionally juvenile: e.g., an empty drafts folder says “start writing something fabulous.” Some writing is fabulous, but not emails. We also get the notice, “Nothing left to read, well played” — a junior-high grammar mistake called a comma splice. The calendar purchased from Sunrise did improve when someone at MS finally awakened and gave us a monthly view; but bugs appear too: single, all-day events on the Apple calendar appear as two day events on the Outlook calendar; the overly cutesy forward/backward calendar sometimes fails, and so on. Outlook remains a Hannah Montana app not ready for professional work
Adjusted features could be helpful
HappierForever on 2022-01-28
When using outlook on a browser it offers the option to pin an e-mail to the top of your messages. That feature doesn’t exist in the app or if it does I haven’t found it. When using outlook on the desktop app there’s an option to delay delivery but it isn’t available in the app or again I haven’t found it. The best thing that I would find helpful is if the calendar and e-mail functions were two separate apps!! 🙏🏽 because there are times when I need to check the calendar for availability but I don’t want to open my WORK e-mail. Because I’m setting a boundary for work-life balance and don’t want to get caught up in emails after hours or on weekends. Also if writing an e-mail from the app, there are times when I want to switch to the calendar to check on dates. To do so I have to get out of the e-mail which sends it to drafts. I can check the calendar then I have to go to my drafts to find what I had been writing. This could be simplified if the two features were different apps and we could switch quickly between the two. These are features that would improve my user experience. Honestly I’m only using outlook because it is what my work requires but since it isn’t as user friendly then I usually just don’t prefer it.
Terrible UI, 10 years behind everyone else
Querist on 2022-01-28
The only reason I’m using this is because my employer was strong armed by Microsoft into blocking non-Microsoft apps from accessing the email system. They claim it is for security reasons. I don’t believe it. You can’t set it to list the emails without showing the first two lines on the message, so you can only see four messages at a time. All it does is place a tiny dot next to new messages instead of putting the sender and subject in bold like Apple’s client, so it is hard to see which messages are new. It ignores settings from the main pc client. I turned off the focused inbox because as a university professor it is useless to me, but the iOS client turned it back on. I am a computer science professor. Overall, it gets a D. The only reason I’m using it is because it was forced on us due to Microsoft’s shady tactics to try to gain market share. A standards-compatible email server should be able to work with any standards-compliant email client, but adhering to standards is not the Microsoft way. Don’t get this unless you have no choice. I pity anyone who is forced to use to use this piece of trash email client.
Great email app. One thing could use improvement
SnareyBearey on 2022-01-28
Microsoft has really improved on this app for the iPhone. Less glitchy then the native app for exchange servers. Searching email is great. Love the calendar function, including the ability to respond to calendar invites on the email screen. Love how you can file emails pretty quickly, including the use of a search function for filing destinations. Love the ability to assign a swipe-right or -left as a hot key (I assigned swipe right to file emails). One request would be for intuitive suggestions for filing destinations (my old black berry used to provide this and simply file is my current 3d party software solution for Outlook on my laptop). But even as is, it deserves five stars!
Organize!
micky 275 on 2022-01-28
I absolutely love how you can organize your categories and in which you can set rules to have certain Mais to go into a category. What I would love to see though and I am sure many customers is when a date is entered in an email or if you click on a date that’s in your email that I’ll go directly to the calendar instead of just entering the dates manually. Other than that, I LOVE outlook! And highly recommend it for sure! It is easy, simple and it’s awesome how you can set automations to send out emails at a certain day and time. Keep up the great work guys! You’re all doing fantastic and for keep improving outlook for you customers 🙌🏼
Pushes Teams way too much
Though hinders on 2022-01-28
This was a fine app. It did exactly what it was meant to do - let me see my email and calendar. Recently, though, it’s started pushing other Microsoft products constantly. If I create a meeting invite on mobile, it automatically adds a Teams invite (even though my company doesn’t use Teams). Every single invite I accept opens a drawer from the bottom asking if I want to install teams. It’s incredibly intrusive and annoying, and sometimes even causes chaos at work when people accidentally click the Teams link that was auto-added instead of the Zoom link, and we end up in two different calls.
Great app but lacks some features when compared to the windows version
E J Smoove on 2022-01-28
I’ve used outlook on my windows laptop and my iOS devices. The iOS version lacks a lot of features that the windows version has. I want to keep using Outlook but it might be easier to switch at this point unless they add some things to the iOS app. For example, you cannot access other people’s calendars/schedules on the iOS app like how you can on the windows version. You can create your own calendar but you can’t view anyone else’s in order to schedule meetings. It would also be nice to have a “read all” feature for the iOS app to read everything in your inbox.
Enjoyable app, but needs some improvement
dhdicjsns on 2022-01-28
I use outlook vs the Mail app because my work requires it. I actually love Microsoft products and am an avid supporter and user of MS Office. OneNote is a dream. For Outlook iOS, I just wish I could view calendar and mail simultaneously. Whenever I’m trying to schedule meetings and offer times, I have to exit out of my message and save as draft just to view my calendar. On the iPad app, this is solved by using Split View, but the iPhone can’t do split view.
Delete folder is a pain!
hockeynhuskies on 2022-01-28
I see there was yet another update to fix bugs & performance issues. Did you address the Deleted Folder mess!?! Probably not. Still have to go thru 5 steps just to delete everything you don't want in that folder? Guessing so. What a pain! I went back to XFINITY for my email app on my iPad. At least I can delete the deleted folder with one push of an icon. I don’t have to go thru ridiculous steps just to get that done!

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