You can find your privacy settings under Settings > Preferences > Privacy Settings.

These privacy settings are Office-wide and will apply to all your Office applications if you use your Microsoft 365 or Outlook.com account. If you or your administrator configured privacy settings in another Office app, we will notify you that these same settings have been applied when you open Outlook mobile.

If you are using Gmail, Yahoo, IMAP, POP3 account, your privacy settings will only apply to the app and device you are on. If you are using an on-premises or GCC account, privacy settings are not yet available.

If the primary account in your Privacy Settings is a Microsoft 365 enterprise account and your organization allows you to use optional connected services, you get to decide whether you want to use these cloud-backed services in Outlook mobile and Office. For more information about these services on Outlook mobile, learn more here.

For more information about these optional Connected Experiences in Office, learn more here.

If the primary account in your Privacy Settings is an Outlook.com, Gmail, Yahoo, IMAP, or POP3 account, you have the option of disabling services that download or analyze content in Office. For more information about these services on Outlook mobile, learn more here.

For more information about Connected Experiences in Office, learn more here.

You also have the option of disabling optional diagnostic data. For more information about diagnostic data in Office, learn more here.

If you are underage and using an Outlook.com account, your optional diagnostic data will be set to off, learn more about privacy for kids, teenagers, and families.  

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