When you’re on a mobile device, you’re likely using the same MS app you use on your PC or Mac, and that means it’s no surprise you’ll see the same calendar apps you used to access.
But that’s no longer the case.
Office 365, the popular productivity suite, now allows users to access their calendar on their mobile devices.
It’s a move that comes just a month after Microsoft announced that the company would soon offer a “Microsoft Office 365 Mobile Calendar” in partnership with the Google app store.
Microsoft is also expanding the number of calendar apps it will support on the Windows Store, bringing the total to over 1,000.
Microsoft says the new app will allow users to view their calendar in multiple ways, including by creating custom events, creating calendar-style calendar entries, and creating a calendar-like “mixed” layout of multiple calendars.
Microsoft also said that this new calendar will work with Microsoft Teams, Outlook, and OneDrive, as well as all Office 365 devices running Windows 10.
Microsoft’s plan to bring the Microsoft Calendar app to mobile devices was first announced in May.
But it was unclear when Microsoft would begin rolling out this feature, since the app was previously only available on PC and Mac.
Microsoft announced in August that it was now open sourcing the Microsoft calendar app, which is currently available on the Microsoft Store and the Windows Phone Store.