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Back in September when Apple formally launched iOS14, Microsoft said they would be supporting several features of the updated OS, including offering widgets for their apps.
Microsoft already released a photo widget for OneDrive, and today WindowsUnited has noticed that a Calendar Widget is now also available for Outlook on iOS 14.
To access the widget, update to the latest version of the app, press and hold on a blank space on your home screen, search for Outlook and select which size of widget you wish to use.
Read about all the other iOS14 features Microsoft is planning to support in our earlier post here.
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