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Microsoft Redesigns Outlook Notifications for the Apple Watch

Softpedia Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Microsoft Redesigns Outlook Notifications for the Apple WatchMicrosoft has just released a new version of Outlook for iOS, and this time the focus isn’t on the iPhone, but on the Apple Watch. The updated Outlook for iOS introduces a refined design for notifications on the Apple Watch, making the information overall easier to read. The subject line and calendar appointment details are now displayed right within the notification. Michael Palermiti, head of Outlook for iOS, announced the update on Twitter, explaining that the email and calendar reminders notifications are “completely redesigned.” With this update, Microsoft Outlook reaches version 3.24.0 on iOS, users can download it right away from the App Store. “Stay calm, cool and collected with our improved Apple Watch notifications. See important emails, reminders and know where your next meeting is at a ...
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