Translator for Outlook Blog Announcement
Outlook on iOSWhen you go back to your inbox and open an email to read, you will see the add-in symbol in the message header:
Download the Microsoft Translator app
See the translated message with all of the original content & formattingincluding images, tables, and links.
Option 2: Enable directly from the Outlook for iOS app
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If you are not logged in, you will be prompted to log into the Outlook email account where youd like the add-in to be enabledeither a personal one at or your corporate Office 365 one at .
Microsoft Office products offer translation using the AI-powered Microsoft Translator API.
Translate emails with just one click, and without needing to switch between apps to get translation. The original language is automatically detected with immediate translation, even with multiple languages in the message, or a large message (message thread).
TheTranslator for Outlook add-inoffers an in-app email translation experience, providing you with a simple way to translate and read messages in your preferred language across devices.
Translator for Outlook add-inon the Office Store
Go to Settings Add-ins and tap on the + button next to Translator to enable it. (Once enabled, it will appear across devices where your email account is set up, and where Translator is supported.)
Use anywhere you use Outlook: Windows, Office 365, , Mac, iOS and Android.
All translation requests are fully secured and encrypted from end to end. We dont keep any records of your translations and your data is never shared with a third-party. Learn more aboutsecurity and privacyin Microsoft Office products.
Follow the instructions shown to finish enabling the add-in.
To use the Translator for Outlook add-in, you must first enable it on your Outlook email account. Once its enabled, it will appear across devices (i.e. Outlook apps on different platforms) where that Outlook account is set up.
Learn more about the Microsoft TranslatorTextandSpeechAPI.