Support OS X Notification Center
Add support for native OSX notification center for Calendar alerts.
Andy Lee commented
It's crazy to me that this has not been implemented yet...please please please add this. Literally nobody I work with likes using Outlook's bespoke calendar reminder popup.
@Joseph this is not accurate. I have numerous applications installed that I did not get from the app store which all use the native notification system.
It looks like this might also be on Apple since apps need to come through App Store to use Notification Center.
I think this page is just here to make it look like the Outlook team considers our input. I seriously doubt they're reviewing this as a possibility. I don't think they're even looking at this thread.
Please add this feature!!
Can we get any update? it's been under review for almost 4 full years.
Reminders are there so I don't miss meetings.
When using apps in full screen, I miss meetings.
Why has this been broken for 4 YEARS!?!?!
Waiting sooo long for this. Pls guys.
Aaron Ellis commented
Multi-Monitor user who full screens all of the apps I can means I don't see calendar notifications unless I'm on the outlook desktop. This is a nightmare and I've missed several meetings because of it.
I end up using Outlook in the browser because Chrome does push notifications through the system notification center.
Joe Mills commented
Really, this is even a question? This is as obvious as anything I've ever seen in the history of mankind. Maybe slightly less obvious than say... the need for fire or a functional order for society. But pretty darn close. Why you would want to support the buggy thing you have now instead of a tested, clearly more functional system you don't have to maintain I have no idea.
What is most ridiculous is that we are still talking about this nearly four years later with no resolution.
Look and feel of Outlook for Mac calendar notifications is really bad now.
Pls add support for Notification Center... Thanks!
Brian Long commented
Every notification on a mac application should use native mac notifications. This includes things that micorosft calls "reminders" or any other popup window.
Please PLEEEEAAAASSSSEEEE add support for Notification Center - you guys have been working to improve the office suite consistently and this seems like such a small request in the world of updates - can you please look to make this a standard - we have only been asking you for YEARS! Thank you
Please support do not disturb
Voicing my pain due to a multi monitor setup.
Nat Serrano commented
we have been waiting for so long, just show us OUTLOOK notifications using native MacOS notification center...
if you do it to discourage mac users go back to windows, let me tell you I am not an apple fanboy, I even tried to buy your surface book 2 but it doesn't have usb-c thunderbolt 3 support and max 16 gb of ram so I had to do apple.
I just need to be able to work efficiently in MAC and I am paying for an annual subscription to your product, Microsoft is a software company, and as a great software company you need to prioritize the most critical features for the end user like this one.
the other option is to give me the source code and I'll do it myself, for free. your choice, thanks for the help
Microsoft Office do not support macOS theme. And looks and feel very unnative.
This would be hilarious if it wasn't to **** annoying!
Why on earth did Microsoft decide to let the new mail notifications go to the MacOS Notification Center, but decided to implement there own solution for calendar notifications?
I'm missing meetings constantly because the notification box does not popup on any other screen than the desktop (which I rarely is on).
Thinking it might have been an oversight, but since it's bean more than tre years now, it's beginning to look like it's a decision (how ever crazy that might sound).