add option to set a default font / size rather than default to 11 Arial
in settings, allow user to set their default font and font size. All emails would then be sent using this user-defined default
Jean Biermanoski commented
FAQ says to change Font Size go to Android Settings but I don't know where Android Settings are? It shouldn't be this hard. Font changes should be easy to find an change like it is on a computer. I hate my new phone and I do not like outlook app at all. Outlook worst app I ever had. Going to Uninstall Outlook and everything Microsoft coz MSFT KEEPS asking me to sign in then enter Password then last four digits of phone number than where to send Code then as soon as I tap on something I have to Repeat ALL over again. Spend so many hours and up all night and an lucky if I learn 1 or 2 things. This is beyond Awful.......
Really disturbing to send enourmos size fonted mails and no control of at least the font pt size let alone other styles. Reading with app all seems fine but returning desktop later makes you embarrassed.
Donine Henshaw commented
Stop making font bigger when I tilt phone. There is no way to get normal size back. You can tilt 3 times to max size, but 4th tilt doesn't return to normal size. If you keep this annoying feature then make sure you can tilt after max size to return to normal.
I found that it would default to Times New Roman when using my work O365 account of I reply to a calendar event. It looks so unprofessional.
Please add this functionality. At least the font pt size would be a good start....
Lively, Pamela commented
The default setting is too small to really be accessible, and Arial doesn't differentiate between capital I and lowercase L like an accessible font should.
Beckley, Keisha commented
add ability to change font when replying or creating an email
Jenny Bradbeer commented
Proper formatting for the email message was available in outlook on my Windows phone. But now I am obliged to use android (or apple) because there is no more Windows phone, and NONE OF THE EMAIL APPS HAVE FORMATTING!!!!
Please break the mould and put the formatting into your app!
Jacqueline Woo commented
willem evenhuis commented
This feedback adresses a genetal problem thatbtherevis a lack of feature parity comoared to windows and windows phone even. If the android app matched more feature and personalization options similar to windows and windows phone, I think the app would be more mature.
John and Monica Weaver commented
add font size button to enlarge text
Amrish Patel commented
Please add font change and size, the default one is not good for business needs.
Please make Outlook on the mobiles more like Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint for the mobile, where there is a selection of fonts and sizes, for a more business-like presentation.
Ravikumar R. commented
Please give option to chose font type and font size of our liking
Pls add option to change font type and size in mail
Ankit Kumar commented
it will allow to send an email with good format..as of now the email being sent from mobile looks very weird.
Antonio Cosenza (UK) commented
this would allow for better formatting of the email replies/responses received by recipients providing a more professional look
Increasing the font size via display settings must be decoupled with the Outlook app font sizes while writing emails. Colleagues will get emails with GIANT text when all I wanted to do is view emails without glasses.
Samuel A. Peña Martinez commented
The font size depends of the phone settings, but there are many people (like me) that uses different font size for each thing; a certain size for certain apps and a different size for the phone itself.
Frustrated IT Consultant commented
Microsoft, if you add no other features, ADD FONT SIZE CONTROL!!!
Outlook on Android reminds me of the Blackberry email client circa 2006 -- it's entirely featureless. Which I could even accept IF the text editor actually worked correctly (i.e. GIANT FONTS). As an IT Consultant, the mobile outlook app is an embarrassment to deploy to new clients -- they question (and rightly so) why they have to use an app that is a step backwards from any current email client app.
The year is 2020 and Outlook app on Android is the ONLY email client that doesn't have WYSIWYG text control. A recent update added a few options but NOT the MOST IMPORTANT ONE -- FONT SIZE!!! WHY???
I've found font size issue reports online going back 14 years! (was an issue before android)
When I create or reply in outlook for android, the font is so large that only a word or 2 fits on each line. This is NOT due to Android default font size; I have ZERO font size issues in ANY other Android app, including 2 other email client apps I use.
Ironically, this website text field is terrible too, lol -- small, not resizable, over-scrolls if you highlight more than 1 line of text, etc. Laughable because I guess Microsoft has serious issues with building text input fields.