Outlook for Android is making it easier to find all your contacts, files, and more. See our blog post at Navigating Outlook for Android and iOS – Microsoft Community Hub
Users will see changes to the tab bar at the bottom of Outlook for Android, a new Floating Action button, search will be renamed Feed with a new Icon, and Contacts and Files will be found under the “More” button.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 100570.
Outlook for Android is making it easier to find your contacts, files, and more. A new, customizable navigation bar at the bottom of Outlook is your destination for Mail, Calendar, Feed, Contacts and Files, in whatever order works best for you. The Floating Action Button also gets an update to make creating new items even easier.
When this will happen
These changes are available now in Android Beta.
We will begin rolling out to production late October and plan to complete rollout by mid-November.
How this will affect your organization
There is no admin-level control of this change. Admins can learn more about these changes and why they are happening in our blog post at Navigating Outlook for Android and iOS – Microsoft Community Hub
Message ID: MC450188
Cloud instance(s): Worldwide (Standard Multi-Tenant), GCC, GCC High, DoD
Platform(s): Android, iOS, Online, US Instances, World tenant