Contact integration with Android Contacts
Van Herck, Pascal (Nokia - BE/Antwerp) commented
why can't the Company director not be synchronised to the standard contacts android app
Terry DeLoach commented
I want univeral contacts phone,all email,messaging
Alexander White commented
be able to edit outlook contacts
Erik from Canada commented
Outlook for Android doesn't sync with Android Contacts (Samsung Galaxy S7). Touchdown for Android does though. I'd rather just use one exchange client at a time!
Definitely, I do have contacts synchonised from Outlook Android to the device contacts - however, the Outlook contact pictures do not sync, and this is a real pain in the proverbial
REYNOLDS, ROBERT X commented
Definitely! All my contacts are in my Gmail/Android contacts. I use this app on an Android phone; I do not have nor want a PC.
Dmitri Chamchad commented
With android and Google
Outlook contacts should be integrated with Android contacts so I can see fon caller from Outlook contacts.
the linked contacts in the android app are confusing. I have up to 10 linked outlook contacts when fee is just one. should be integrated. when I created on outlook be it g TS also created on the phone and vice versa
Ashwin Gokhale commented
Please update Android contacts / Phone contacts instantly into Outlook as soon as they are added / modified in the phone contacts application
Olivier VAN DEN BORNE commented
Please MS don't do that: give us the choice !
ability to open contact from the email avatar and dial their number
Bociu Costin commented
make people list and calendar available to other apps (native calendar and contacts app) or build enough features into outlook to replace them. you are half way to a solution.
Anthony Rinicella commented
Please integrate with the native contact app in the phone. I want to be able to open the dialer and type letters on the dialer to call people. My work contacts don't show up. I have to go into Outlook to make a phone call. Still.
It just blows my mind this still isn't done. I love this app. I want to use it. I want to roll it out to my 35 employees.
I install it every 3-4 months, see if this feature has been added, find that it hasn't, and uninstall. This is such a basic usage issue.
Sure I could setup my account in the native mail app and only synch contacts...I'm not doing that. Do it right, MS.
Marc Seinfeld 沈马克 commented
rather than sync my contacts with the phone's own contact app so they can be dialed, I'd love full, mobile 1st integration such that Outlook's contacts inherently ARE the phones contacts, meaning they're directly dialable and textable, and are used to identify callers/texters on inbound comms. Like the killer integration on Windows Phone.