Jul 11 2017 03:20 PM
No, I don't think this is possible, it's a popular feature request on the Outlook for iOS & Android UserVoice site at least - Sync Notes for Exchange, so it's possible it will be an option at some point. Not much of an option but depending on how you use Notes, consider using OneNote instead, which works great with its own mobile apps.
Jan 07 2020 01:04 AM
Oct 21 2020 05:12 AM
@Kevin Hoyt I have used an app called https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.myklos.inote&hl=en-GB for years now and it syncs notes very nicely. The issue now is the app permissions with new work 365 account, it is not authorised which is an issue but until this it was perfect and free!
Jan 27 2021 06:03 PM
It used to be available. For years I was able to sync Outlook Notes with IOS as recently as July of 2020. Not sure if Apple changed or Microsoft changed. But one would think that 2 of the most popular platforms would be able to make it work somehow without having to be an Enterprise user. We commoners use them just as much as corporate users do. I have more invested with Apple than I do with MS. If they can't get it working, then Goodbye to Office.
Nov 12 2021 04:33 PM
FYI on Android the 'Microsoft Office' app from the Play Store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.office.officehubrow&hl=en&gl=US) has a 'Notes' option. This shows the EAS Notes, which also appears in various MS365 apps in the 'OneNote Feed'. When you add notes to the 'OneNote Feed' they are added to the EAS Notes associated with outlook.com (at least with a paid MS365 subscription).
In fact recent notes appear on the 'Home' page of the 'Microsoft Office' app on Android.
P.S. Apologies for 'necro posting' but this particular article is high in search rankings for the topic of accessing notes from Outlook on Android, so I thought it would be useful to add this note.
Oct 17 2022 07:07 AM
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Apr 28 2023 02:49 AM
Apr 29 2023 02:54 AM - edited Apr 29 2023 02:56 AM
>3. As you say Notes are missing, so are Contacts, and while Contacts might seem redundant it >really isn't because I've seen apps not properly sync to the Android Contacts folder, I would like >to be able to see the Contact list and not have to search every time.
you CAN see Contacts in Outlook for Android.
Apr 29 2023 04:20 AM
Jun 06 2023 11:07 AM - edited Jun 06 2023 11:12 AM
I have recently moved to a MS Exchange service. The provider recommended syncing my account with the Gmail app on Android. I have done this and it seems to work pretty well - Contacts and Calendar Google apps sync with my MS Exch email acct. But there are still no Notes. I think I'd be happy with a way to just copy the Notes (not sync both ways) down to the Android device(s). Does anyone know of a nice, easy way to do this - preferably in line with the existing solution of syncing MS Exch >> Google (Mail, Contacts and Calendar)?
People seem to be calling this thread dead (I'm not sure what a necro-post is... is mine? ). For me this seems still to be an issue. The Outlook app for Android still seems very disappointing and I don't understand it's relationship to MS365, to which I have a paid subscription.