Android outlook expand/collapse folders
Once you expand folders in Android app there is no way to collapse them
The only way to collapse is to close and reopen the app.
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Leo Gennusa JP commented
To find a folder I need to scroll down for a long time and through all the subfolders to find what I want. what's the point in allowing subfolders if cannot close them to find the folder you want to scroll down to sooner.
Ofer Pillar commented
When there are many subfolders, navigating the android app is practically impossible. You should add an option to collapse the folders list or enable a better way for locating the required folder.
The expanded folders are HORRIBLE. PLEASE reprogram Outlook for Android to collapse all folders. It takes FOREVER to get to the sent folder!
Nested folders are useful for organizing, especially in deeply nested but little-used layouts. This makes scrolling to the folder I care about more difficult. I wish to collapse whole subtrees to navigate folders more easily.
Stephanie Lustig commented
If you have master folders that contain other folders you can not collapse them like you can on desktop. It's a huge pain to scroll through older folders or specific folders that are in a master folder.
Bill Edwards commented
I manage a team, and I use a lot of folders to segment the teams many projects as well as information from other departments and divisions. The fact that all of my folders are expanded makes the app very difficult to navigate. There should be a selection in the options menu as to which way to default.
Motti Farbstein commented
Currently, all mail folders are expanded. They should default to collapsed, and allow option to expand.
I cannot use Outlook App as of the above. Please fix.
I'm not able to minimize folders making it difficult to file emails by subject.
The office 365 app is horrible, you can't even sort your emails a-z. Plus the expanded folder issue is a joke
ability to collapse folders on mobile app. to reduce scrolling.
Philippe Fontan commented
Possibly the most obvious, glaring and ridiculously incomprehensible design flaw in computer software history.
How can this application be listed under the Productivity category when it is rendered so unproductive for lack of this extremely basic feature? Has anyone at Microsoft actually tried USING this application for business purposes???
I manage coders, analysts and architects, and I can assure you I would have fired all the people involved, including QA, the Product Owner and even myself for not having implemented such a basic feature from the get-go.
Jared Karney commented
Currently, all mail folders are expanded. They should default to collapsed, and allow option to expand
Jared Karney commented
Outlook mobile lists all folders expanded with no ability to collapse. It should default to collapsed and allow the option to expand
basic basic principle if we are to manage business email in a app. this is a given, i now need to scroll for to long it defeats the purpose of efficacy. other app do it outlook does it, but not its app. why ?
I have a lot of folders and at times I need to navigate through them to find relevant information. When I view folders in the Android App, all folders are expanded by default and this creates frustration in that I have a lot to scroll through to get my messages. I would much prefer an option to collapse all folders by default
Current status of folders/sub folders, as a list with no option to work/search into them, it's not useful at all. Especially when you have plenty of folders you spend additional time, just to drop down the whole list. One tip could be to use similar to pc version, where you could expand-concentrate each folder, by obe touch, therefore foldersanagement can become more efficient in mobile versions
David Bouley commented
OMG why has this not been fixed yet? I'm extremely organized and handle a ton which means I have hundreds of folder/subfolder arrangements in my system. The fact that you can't expand/collapse at will is mind boggling. Get it together Microsoft.
lots of subfolders open without ability to collapse makes scrolling folder list a drag
whing-ning chan commented
I've tried closing and force stopping the app. It still won't work. I'm on android version 10