Microsoft today updated its Outlook app with full support for Split View on compatible iPad models, allowing users to multitask in a variety of ways, such as having an email and calendar open side by side.

outlook ipad split view
Split View also enables users to drag and drop text, photos, and files from one app to another, such as dragging text from Safari into an Outlook email. To drag and drop text, select the text first, and touch and hold the text until it lifts up. To select multiple items, touch and hold an item, drag it slightly, and then continue to hold it while tapping additional items with another finger.

Outlook for iOS is a free download on the App Store for the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Split View support comes in version 4.23.0.

Top Rated Comments

ToneDriver Avatar
35 months ago

Hahaha, so real multitasking is tasteless. Typical sheep would believe anything or defend lack thereof.
Here ('https://www.androidauthority.com/tag/rumors/') you go, Geo. You must have clicked the wrong thing.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
now i see it Avatar
35 months ago
I'm looking forward (a decade from now) when the big iPhones can run two apps side by side in landscape mode.
Here we've got a 7nm 6 core A13 SOC and app usage is still like pre-1984
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
The Samurai Avatar
35 months ago
Who would of thought we’d be discussing this pro-level feature in 2020 ?
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
GeoStructural Avatar
35 months ago

I'm looking forward (a decade from now) when the big iPhones can run two apps side by side in landscape mode.
Here we've got a 7nm 6 core A13 SOC and app usage is still like pre-1984
It has been available in Android for years. It is available in jailbroken iOS too.

Honestly, I hate how slow Apple is at incorporating new features.

That old defense that "features arrive late but Apple does it better, it just works" is a lie, just look at how buggy iOS 11 and iOS 13 have been. How bad signal reception was even though 4G and 5G adoption was late.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
GeoStructural Avatar
35 months ago

They will never do this. Unlike you, Apple designers have taste.
Hahaha, so real multitasking is tasteless. Typical sheep would believe anything or defend lack thereof.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Puppuccino Avatar
35 months ago

Hahaha, so real multitasking is tasteless. Typical sheep would believe anything or defend lack thereof.
What is there to defend? Why don’t you get an Android phone if that feature is so important?

Ultimately Apple isn’t looking at forums like this as frequently or in as much detail as people think. They (Apple as a whole) probably think this is best left to the iPad to handle. That is what a tablet is for.

Apple or not, it’s just a phone.

Email is so 2019.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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