Option to switch between the new beta and the previous version
New version that was rolled out during September 2018 is way slower than the previous one and it also lacks basic functions we were used to, like for example the option to massively Move all Emails from a recipient elsewhere ( it was under Move To > Move all email from )
I am unable to even locate how to turn off Favorites in the upper left or move to the bottom.
You had a simple button switching between the new and old version and it now gone, we need that so we may choose what version suits us best.
For me as a paid Outlook Premium subscriber it is partially incomprehensible why such an option is missing
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I consistently tried the beta, and NEVER liked it, always switching back.
Then they migrated Everyone to Beta..... Why let people try if you are going to switch automatically?? I agree with the person who submitted this complaint wholeheartedly
I would like to have back the BETA version of hotmail.com. Is that possible. The new version does not work since it is has been adopted yesterday by you and without my approval....
I don't want suggestions about how to use, or rectify problems with outlook.com beta, I simply want to return to the previous version NOW.
Smita Khatri commented
I'd like that too.
Klara Zubonja commented
A toggle to switch to the classic layout would be appreciated
the new outlook which is beta I don't want it can you guy change it back to Hotmail please
Whar duy se
Alain - Raymond commented
I want my pre-beta version back!
I Did Not Do the Stupid "Try" Absolute Complete Failure. BETA: Bad Experience Trouble Ahead! I got BETA a Nightmare@onemicrosoftway!I have Posted in Commuity about everyday since 3-23-18 about BETA Disaster.
I send 5-20 Garbage emails I get to Microsoft every day with ViewSource. I use Down Arrow when the Garbage email is shown to the Right of the InBox. BETA is/has the Plague!
Martin Thomas commented
This is a major problem, because there are bugs in the beta version, for example:
Categories do not display
View source is not available
Ma boîte mail est passee en version bêta mais j ai horreur de ça donc souhaiterais repasser en version classique. Comment puis je faire tout en sachant que le petit bouton en haut à droite pour basculer en bêta ou en classique n existe pas ???
Aidez moi svp
C important j en ai besoin pour le boulot
I used to have the "Try the Beta" toggle switch which I must have hit accidentally. Mail view totally changed and I want the old view back. Please restore the toggle switch so I can do this.
I say this because twice I have elected to TRY beta and after just a short time, I turned it off and went back. Microsoft consistently has changed things with other programs or services, especially their operating systems, and while they certainly made improvements, they also abandoned features that people liked and were used to, i.e. Windows 7 is much better and easier to use than 10 and of course we all know that 8 and 8.1 were disasters. But of course, these older systems are systematically retired. That is an economic feature, but Outlook (hotmail - live) aren't so motivated. So, I don't even like the multiple inboxes that you have already introduced. Two levels of importance, and you decide? Plus junk mail . Any way, I know that Beta is probably well liked by some, but I am not one of them.