Separate email and calendar into two different apps.
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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
Espen Johanssen commented
Split outlook into two apps
Calendar is the worst I've ever dealt with. and having to pass through mail to get there in so unnecessary. The calendar should be separated and be far better optimized. I think my calendar from the space ship Enterprise worked better than this and that's frustrating when I have to try and interact with it between visits to my desktop.
Wouter Meyers commented
I would like to be able to get to my calendar without passing by my inbox. I'm already distracted by my email enough without having to look at it every time I want to check my calendar!
Chris Awai commented
Scheduling an appointment via mail becomes very painful when you keep having to save mail as draft, switch to calendar, find the correct dateframe, switch back to mail, switch to drafts, find your draft, etc rinse repeat. Two seperate apps would solve this issue immediately and massively improve the Outlook experience.
Billy Pennington commented
there are many situations where I would like to go directly to the Outlook calendar without having to go into the email app to get to it there are also people who might prefer the calendar even though they don't use Outlook email
Martin Hofman commented
I think this will be clear at MS.
G Corinaldesi commented
With 2 separate email and calendar apps one can use them concurrently in split screen view which I need to do quite often and for this reason, Outlook is not my default email and calendar app... There you have it MS :-)
G Corinaldesi commented
A widget doesn't work or doesn't offer all the benefits of an app. For example, I find it very useful to use my email app in split screen with my calendar app which obviously I can't do with Outlook as it stands. If MS insists on the one app, the offer an in-app split screen view so that it will enable a user to work on both apps concurrently. Two separate apps would still be my preferred option though.
Simon Redding commented
The most successful and useable competitors have separate email, calendar and contacts apps. This allows me to, for example, search and refer to emails while I'm writing a meeting invitation. Outlook makes it a real pain to do this at the moment by having the calendar and email integrated into one app. There are plenty of other use cases like this, but you get the idea, right?
het zou heel handig zijn om van agenda en e-mail 2 afzonderlijke apps te maken