Microsoft has released a new Office Build for Office Insiders on Android. The new Build 16.0.12130.20112 brings a new feature to Outlook such as Actionable Messages, Secure Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions and more. Moreover, with this new build installed, Office users will be able to read and reply to Outlook messages from their Galaxy smartwatches. You can read the official changelog below.

What’s new

Outlook

Actionable Messages

Quickly act on actionable messages when senders include the appropriate markup.

Android Outlook Actionable Messages

Tablet Search Experience Update

See more! Searching for items is now an optimized experience with a two pane layout for tablets!

Add RSVP From Notifications

Know the places you’ll go! Now you can see the meeting location and time in the notification when someone sends you an invitation to a meeting as well as RSVP.

Android S/MIME 2

Secure Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (S/MIME)

S/MIME on Outlook mobile adds another layer of security and trust to your mobile experience, allowing you to have greater confidence with your email. With S/MIME, users can digitally sign and encrypt their emails, which ensures senders and receivers have the right credentials to view content on their mobile devices.

Android S/MIME 3

View Group Calendars

Trouble keeping track of group calendars? You can now view your list of Joined Groups in the Calendar sidebar and select to overlay a specific calendar(s) with your personal calendar.

android groupcal

Create Meetings and Appointments on Group Calendars

Ready to get together? Create meetings and appointments on group calendars!

Android Outlook create event on group calendar

Galaxy Watch Support

See all your messages and act on them on the go with the all new Outlook app on Samsung watches!

Android Watch Outlook Email Notifications

Word

There are no new features to highlight at this time.

Excel

There are no new features to highlight at this time.

PowerPoint

There are no new features to highlight at this time.

SourceMicrosoft

Comments