This week Microsoft has been busy by launching a few add-ins for Outlook which will soon be available for all users, no matter the platform they use (Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android). There are going to be some project management tools, task manager MeisterTask, Gif search tool and sticker search tool. Later Microsoft plans on getting add-ins to Gmail on iOS and Android.
For now, let’s see the Microsoft Outlook add-ins which are now available on Android.
The Following List Includes all Add-ins for Microsoft Outlook
- Microsoft Dynamics 365
- Microsoft Translator
- Outlook Customer Manager
It’s been half a year since iOS has been having access to these add-ins, so it was about time for Android to get some attention too.
How Do these Add-ins Appear in Microsoft Outlook on Android?
Whenever you open or interact with an e-mail you will see the add-ins and you can choose to use them or not. You can use Trello to make a project card or send clip e-mails with Evernote.
Microsoft is continuously working on adding more features to Outlook for both Android and iOS. They want to provide users the opportunity of using these extensions in different apps.
In the future, we’re going to see some more add-ins such as Gfycat, JIRA, MeisterTask, MojiLala and Wrike and add-ins for Gmail accounts. Using these extensions will make sending emails much faster and easier.
To enable these extensions, you must go to Outlook Settings and choose Add-ins and tap the ‘+’ sign to enable them.
There’s also more to these apps and in the future, you’ll be able to do more from your inbox, such as find restaurants or set up a cab, but we’re going to have to wait for a while until they are developed.