Outlook for iOS gets Scheduling Assistant

Coming soon to Android and Windows Mobile.

But you’ll have to add an Office 365 commercial account or on-premises Exchange 2016 mailbox to be able to use it.

This feature is well-known in Outlook desktop clients; and it’s always worked regardless of whether your mailbox is on Office 365 or Exchange on-premises.

On a somewhat related note, Microsoft finally completed the move from AWS to the Microsoft Cloud for the back-end infrastructure supporting this app.  That goes a long way to easing many corporate security concerns.

Source: Introducing our new scheduling experience for Outlook for iOS – Office Blogs