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Microsoft has updated its Outlook for iPadOS app with a new multitasking feature to make email experience better than before. The Outlook for iOS, according to MSPowerUser’s report, is now receiving a new update with drag and drop support for files and images from cloud, device storage and browser and attach them into the mail directly.
As per the report, iPad users can now simply drag and drop files and images from Safari, OneDrive, Files and Photos to Outlook app while working in split view mode and attach them into the mail.
The feature comes with the latest version 4.60.0 of the Outlook app and it is now available to download via Apple App Store. Apart from this, the description page clarifies that users can also drag and drop contacts from Search and add it as a recipient of the email. This feature can be really beneficial for people who usually send emails to a large group of contacts at once.
For those unaware, Microsoft has recently rolled out a bunch of new features to the Android version of the app. The most important feature is the new ‘Play My Emails’ feature that now reads out aloud all the latest unread emails received.
As the name suggests, users can simply ask Outlook to read all the recently received unread emails. But, Read My Emails feature does more than that, users can also accept or deny any invitation to events, create new email-based calendar events using the voice command or by simply tapping on the on-screen buttons.

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