Outlook for iOS speeds up work with third-party add ins

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Outlook for iOS speeds up work with third-party add ins

Microsoft worked with the likes of Evernote, Giphy (yay!), Nimble, Trello and Smartsheet to connect their services with Outlook and integrate them into the email and calendar experience. The Evernote add-in allows users to save clips from emails directly to project notebook. Starting today, the Dynamics 365 add-in for Outlook is available for Outlook on iOS users with a Dynamics 365 subscription. Microsoft Translator Microsoft Translator provides you with a simple and effective way to translate and read messages in your chosen language. Microsoft is working on making it possible to use add-ins in other contexts, such as writing emails. For example, whenever you receive an email that's not written in your native language, you will be able to translate it without leaving Outlook thanks to the Microsoft Translator add-in. That is probably why Microsoft has taken a third-party approach with Outlook, letting developers code add-ins that tie into the app on mobile devices. Outlook's add-ins, by contrast, are based around intents. The company also notes that Outlook for Android will "soon" get the same functionality.

Add-in support for Outlook on iOS follows the beta debut of apps for Windows and Mac.

The add-ins launching today bring the power of CRM, social intelligence, project management and more-right to your inbox.

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To enable these add-ons, users have to go to settings and activate the ones they want to use.

Add-ins and apps are not available for everyone just yet.

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