The Outlook app on Android and iOS is after all getting the new app integration that we knew was coming, thank you to Microsoft’s acquisition of Sunrise, the most productive rattling calendar app in the world that Microsoft is killing. Within the subsequent model of Outlook, you’ll be in a position to attach to Evernote, Fb, and Wunderlist accounts, making your Outlook calendar a spot for managing more than one apps and duties.
When you used Sunrise in any respect prior to now, this integration might be acquainted. In case you are new, smartly, that is the fundamental concept. With an integration or “Calendar App,” you attach Outlook to different apps, like Evernote, Fb, and Wunderlist. As soon as hooked up, you'll be able to see such things as Wunderlist or Evernote pieces with due dates on your calendar, however you'll be able to see different to-dos with a easy contact. With Fb hooked up, your Fb occasions will seem for your calendar, however also are shortcuts to the occasions within the Fb app.
That is what your Outlook calendar menu will appear to be with integrations:
Those integrations have been the rationale I liked Sunrise such a lot and used to be so mad when Microsoft introduced that they have been killing it off. In the event you use a large number of apps that every one have occasions or due dates as part of their stories, Sunrise used to be an app that would deliver all of them beneath one space. Now, Outlook is doing it. Perhaps it’s time to take a better take a look at Microsoft’s all-in-one app.