Outlook Groups

Outlook Groups

Designed & Published By Microsoft Corporation

  • App Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2015-09-22
  • Current Version: 1.12.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 58.86 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 267 Reviews)
  • Price:
Outlook Groups App Ratings: 4
Based on 267 Reviews

Outlook Groups App Description

Outlook Groups lets you participate on-the-go with your entire team. With an Office 365 work or school account, you can take part in discussions, share photos, notes, and files, and see events.   With Outlook Groups you can: -              Participate in group email conversations -              View and create events -              Share photos and 'like' a message. Or @mention a person or a group -              Work together using the shared team OneNote notebook -              View and co-author Office docs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) -              Discover and join more Office 365 Groups     Use Outlook Groups today to start working better with your team, learn more in our FAQ - http://aka.ms/outlookgroupsfaq.   IMPORTANT: Office 365 Outlook Groups for iPhone and iPad requires an Office 365 Enterprise or Academic subscription license to sign in. Office 365 Home, Personal, Student, and Government plans are not currently supported. Please contact your IT department if you do not know what type of license you have been assigned.

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App Reviews

  • Groups is a good start but need much

    By Mostly penguins
    The Group app works but only if others understand how to use Groups.
  • iPhone X

    By khalid1998
    Please have iPhone X support, it’s already February
  • Great App, all in one place

    By EMacUSCom
    Easy access to group calendar and documents. I would just add day, weekly and monthly views.
  • Needs iPhone X update

    By FranzSF
    Needs iPhone X update
  • Clean UX and offers a group lens on Outlook

    By Rejin Tenjin
    Maybe 4.5 rather than 5, but well done - clean interface with only needed structure that is clean to follow and keeps relevant information in front of you. Well done so far.
  • EMail feature broken

    By geekworld
    When receiving emails to group channels, then you cannot open such emails. Error: We couldn’t open the file Format is not supported Sadly I have nothing positive to report about this app. *update* V1.12.8 - still Error: We couldn’t open the file Format is not supported
  • Crashes

    By WheezyG
    Unusable from my iPad Pro. Crashes upon sign in every time.
  • Email overload

    By tgt23
    My team is struggling to use 365/outlook and stay connected as we travel without overloading our inbox or using terribly outdated apps like okta (due to company security requirements). I was excited and hopeful this app would solve those issues for our most mobile users. Our needs are unmet here: - we need a team calendar to show vacation and PTO but without sending everyone an email with an invite to their personal calendar. -the calendar viewing should allow me to see the group calendar and also individual team members -calendar views should be flexible (day, week, month, etc -calendar and notebook icon keep freezing over and over and over again.
  • Freezes constantly

    By New to lifting
    The calendar freezes, won’t load. Very frustrating. Wish my organization didn’t force us to use this.
  • Rendered useless

    By bdpoyant
    This app was working fine until very recently. Now, Office 365 users can no longer open the app on iOS without it freezing upon trying to access the files or calendar features. No response other than an endless progress/update wheel. On Android, the calendar populates but the files feature indicates it cannot connect to the server. Logging in and accessing the calendar using Outlook for Mac or OWA works fine. Contacted and spent hours on the phone with both host service provider and Microsoft tech support. Neither took responsibility or could resolve the issue. We previously used the app to access and share a group calendar amongst a dozen or so Enterprise Office 365 users via their mobile devices, but now it's useless and nobody can explain how or why it happened.