Drag and drop "on my computer" folder to my liking
"On my computer" has been moved to the bottom of the sidebar recently. This is extremely annoying if you have many accounts and/or folders. Please restore the old version at the top or even better have the choice to position it anywhere (drag 'n drop)
You should be able to organize multiple mailboxes in the order that you want. This feature was standard in Outlook in every other version. Simply drag and drop the mailbox folder in the order you want them to appear. Why did they remove this option??????
It would be great if I could organize the order of different e-mail addresses (folders) myself on the left side of the screen.
Guillaume Gète commented
Yes, that is a shame. We should be able to re-order the folders as we like. At this time I would want my smart folder named "Unread mails" to be at top. Impossible to do with Outlook.
Matt Caswell commented
I agree that we need to be able to drag email / folders and place theme where WE want them in the sidebar, NOT where MICROSOFT wants them.
We need to be able to move the mailboxes where we want them to be, not stuck with alphabetical order.
Order of mail box accounts, I have replied to your posting, Lukas has hit it to a point...fix it please and don't ask me again and again if the problem is fixed...it isn't
indeed, it should MOVE, not copy.
Only when you press Control key then you would copy.
That is the most intuitive since WIndows folders work like that too.
I'm voting this for Outlook for Mac
I am using 4 mailbox accounts. BEFORE the latest update, my working email account ("On My Computer" folder) was at the top. After the latest update, Outlook changed the order in which they are shown and there is no way how to change their order back to my preferred sequence - now my private mailboxes shows above my working one. Pls add the simple option to re-arrange the order of mailboxes in the way USER wants to have them, not the Outlook. Thx.
Can we arrange the order of mail folders? For example, putting On My Computer Folders right after All Accounts folder?
In the latest Outlook version (15.36.1), the All Accounts folder (Inbox, Sent...) can replace most of IMAP folders. If you have multiple emails, these IMAP folders will occupied space between All Accounts & On My Computer folders. It's quite annoying to scroll up and down all the time.
Paul Breslin commented
Don't "COPY" messages when the target folder is "on my computer".
So irritating that this behaves differently than local folders. GRRRRR.