Separate email and calendar into two different apps.
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Tim Heidal commented
I want to be able to open my outlook calendar and email in separate apps. I don't like having to open outlook and then switch to one or the other. More like gmail. At least have the option.
Robert S. Shoemaker, NCARB commented
Separate Apps would be much easier to switch to search for information, however still maintain links as in OneNote. Cannot understand the logic to always try to pack more into Apps which only sacrifices performance and NO benefit with the ability to easily switch Windows (original selling point for Microsoft) also in Android, thank you.
Vine, Kelvin commented
Jeremy Akers commented
This app tries to do everything and but takes too long to be useful.
One app for everything may make sensation and for a desktop, but separate apps for the clearly separate functionality is the standard for mobile
Oscar Sichez commented
I guess several people have mentioned this but please have seperate apps for email and calendar
Patrick Anderson Matias de Araujo commented
Should be an app for calendar and an app for Contacts(People).
this is not complete. there is no separate app for calendar
I’ve been using this app for over a year now, and switching from mail to calendar or back is still not natural for me. 9 times out of 10 I press the Home button first.
Why? Because having these two very different functionalities in the same app makes NO sense whatsoever. It breaks usability patterns on iOS as compared to basically any other app.
The same goes for Outlook on Mac by the way. Horrible.
Flemming Møller Hansen commented
Enable seperate notification and more setup possibilities in calendar app
This is not completed. Mail and calendar are still one app.
Please separate mail and calendar into 2 apps.
You´ve got the calendar icon. It opens a new window when you click on calendar in the mail app. Everything is there. Just make it more comfortable to use as an app.
Would love to see a Calendar standalone app. I don´t like to always switch between mail and calendar as it is right now.
Alfred Horvath commented
separated Apps for E-Mail und Kalender
Julie B commented
I need the calendar ON TOP of everything. give me the app
John Carmichael commented
Address the spam filter problem. Outlook keeps putting emails from good sources into the spam box. Most annoying having to check it every day
John Gregory commented
make it easier to block unwanted emails.
Extremely important to allow separated access to calendar and emails.
arthur menschaart commented
I can't believe someone thought it was a good idea to integrate calender and mail into 1 app, we need to be able to switch between those (without having to e.g. close the e-mail you are reading!!).
Liss Henriksson commented
look at Business calendar Pro, a GREAT CALENDER PROGRAM much more functions like outlook 365
Olivier Novo commented