Microsoft updates OneNote, Outlook Mail and Calendar on Windows 10

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Even though Office 2016 has officially been released to the public, Microsoft continues to polish off its Office Mobile suite.

This morning Microsoft pushed an update to its Outlook mobile apps and OneNote on both Windows 10 and Windows 10 mobile.

While last week’s update added quite a few new features, there aren’t many new features to be found in this build, most likely an update that fixes bugs and lays the ground for more updates.

The changelog in the store says this:

  • Added an option to disable grouping messages by conversation
  • Saving more Mail and Calendar settings across app updates
  • Fixed top crashes and other bugs

But as these changes were implemented in a previous update, we have no idea what is actually added or not.

Download this apps from the links below:

Mail and Calendar
Mail and Calendar
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free
OneNote
OneNote
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free

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