show times for all emails all the time, not just when in the current day. when they move into yesterday or last week's times don't show.
times to show on older emails
tinajan de Bie commented
No no no nee
Bill Dean commented
i see why it makes senstle to just put 'yesterday' on email when scrolling (space consideration). at least put it on the email when it's open. it's a terrible user experience to eliminate the time stamp altogether for mail from before TODAY.
DAVEDADRILLER HAMILTON commented
How do you get all your subfolders To appear alongside your email addresses on this app.?
Meganoosh Avakian commented
in inbox I can keep clicking delete and the default highlighting keeps going down the line of emails. but in junk folder it doesn't do this. it used to and now it's stopped. user has to click to highlight each email in junk then click delete please make the delete functionality to work same way in inbox.
Tim Hesford commented
Link "Tasks" on desktop to mobile app
respect the setting of the phone and to switch back to the non iso standard of us date and time format.
this is everytime a problem with the developments of ms.
this is a basic requirement in a widget of Outlook for Android app
helena blue commented
Thandi Pausi commented
show all my unread emails on my mobile app
sharon austin commented
yesss!! I need to document certain email times, as a board member!
Raf Christiaens commented
Koteswar Rao P commented
sync is very slow
Jarosław Bysiek SP commented
Kari Finnigan commented
this is huge!
Abdirizack Dable commented
its difficult fir to get my old mails from 2010
Nigel Jennett commented
time stamping of emails is essential for checking traceability of information
大森 英裕 commented
Time display is so basic why would it not be available for older emails?
Mikki Robinson commented
This would make it better for your customers to keep better track of emails.
Guy Swinburn commented
I need to be able to confirm times I've sent and received certain emails.. Very frustrating not easily if even not at all possible having that information when needed. . . poor. . . .