It is confusing to read dates in US order (eg 2/14) when many countries (eg New Zealand) use UK order. Dates like 3/4 are ambiguous and easily misunderstood.2 votes
Change the word "Negeren" into "Verwijderen". Eg. when you stop writing an email and want to delete (verwijder in dutch) the concept.
"Negeren" means "Ignore" and that is not a good word for this function1 vote
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Polish ver. of outlook.
Fitting word in a button didn't go so well. If you don't want to mess with front-end, just crop the "owe", "Priorytet" would work just fine ;)1 vote
Correct Swedish translation "i 32 min" to "om 32 min" on the bar that tells the time to the next appointment in the calendar.
The small bar on the calendar item in the agenda view. The current translation means how long the appointment is. The intended meaning is how much time it is until the appointment.1 vote
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