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Microsoft today pushed out a new and a major update for its Outlook on iOS and Android. The latest update brings some major new features for users on both platforms. With the latest update, users would now be able to create recurrent events apart from checking their subordinates or colleagues availability before scheduling meetings.

iOS users would now be able to manage events like adding message while responding to a meeting invite. The update also includes support for shared and delegated calendars by syncing and editing shared calendars from Office 365 and accounts.

iPhone users will also now be able to share their calendars right from the phone along with the option to manage shared invitations. The shared calendar update is just started to roll out and should be available for Android and iOS users in the coming days.

Setting your status as free or busy or marking events as private is an additional features is already available on iOS and will soon be making its way to Android. Users will also now be able to schedule or facilitate offline group meetings by a new service Meetup which is now available as a calendar app in Outlook for iOS and Android users. You would need to sync your Meetup account in the app to see all the upcoming Meetups on your calendar.


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