Let me use the default file browser
While attaching files from device or drive, I want to use my native browser to find the file. I don't like the built-in browser because I can't sort files on folders (to get newest file, for example). please add this feature, thank you.
M L commented
In this way now outlook can collect my browser data beyond my will and also the website can do that. not via my standard browser
Kingsley Udokim commented
I want options to change apps used to view my photos file attachments.
For Android users
Paul Fingleton commented
Web links (Urls) should open in the preferred browser, not within Outlook app
Orrin Edenfield commented
Latest builds seem to have a built-in web browser. I'd like an option/toggle to use this or use the default browser of my phone. Personally I'd rather apps hand of all browser tasks to my default browser and not try to be a browser themselves, same for Outlook.
LAMAR DUNCAN commented
open sites offered in emails.
Tony Saberton commented
I need to retain open webpages and its more convenient to simply click to open links in emails and not have to copy paste into my preferred browser
Borgmans, Xandrie commented
Even Gmail lets you use Firefox Focus instead of Chrome to open links so why can't I make Outlook do the same?
Duncan Drury (NH) commented
Absolutly. Outlook for Android uses a custom file browser that tries to guess what files you might want to attach, and doesn't allow you to browse to files in OneDrive or SharePoint. The native file browser works great for this. Attaching photos in Outlook also uses the native browser but doesn't allow selecting non image files.
It is as if whoever designed this never sent an email with an attachment in it before.
Adopting the native file browser would increase usability by 10000%!
Ga Rry commented
On my desktop I can open multiple links within emails, for review AFTER checking ALL my emails. This app is a step backwards, I have split screen capability, and a proven method of working with an email client and separate browser, yet your app breaks all of this. Why?
Desiree P commented
Clicking links in an email only opens the site in the app. Instead of long pressing to open it in browser, offer the setting to open all sites in the browser of your choice