Last month, Microsoft released a pretty big update for Outlook on Android and iOS, introducing a handful of interesting features for the app. Those include the ability to schedule Skype calls from within the app, an improved calendar view, as well as the ability to save attachments and files on their Android storage, etc.
Now, the company pushed out yet update for Outlook for Android, introducing a bunch of changes. The most notable feature is the ability to change the start day of the week to Monday or Saturday from the app Settings. Users also get additional options when it comes to email scheduling and more.
Here’s the complete change log for the latest update:
- Don’t want your week to start on Sundays? You can now set it the start on Saturdays and Mondays as well right from the Settings.
- More options are now available when scheduling an email, including schedule to this weekend or next week.
- Flagged messages now have a tinted background, making them easier to spot in your inbox.
- We’ve also worked to reduce background data usage as reported by some users.
Head over to the Google Play Store using the link below to get the updated Outlook for Android app.Android, Microsoft, Outlook