showing of time in the email instead of just yesterday.
Insted of exact time of yesterday's email in my Inbox, I only see 'yesterday'. it should show the date/time when I received email.
Marco Hogerwaard commented
when opening new email the idle page showing is not the recent new page, so you've to scroll all replies downward to check and search the new message
Monday without a date I have to guess the date. I process too many emails everyday to remember I need to see it.
G u y commented
again another fundamental option missing
DOUG JANELLE PLATTENBERGER commented
This would be a really nice option in spending emails, instead of just lower&upper case lettering.
L Manville commented
"Yesterday" doesn't work for people who work at home and have deadlines.
People who do real work in a company like to know the exact time they got an email. for leaders who delegate work let them opt-in to things like this
Alstott, Michael commented
Agreed. Just because it was yesterday, doesn't mean I don't need to know when the message was received. I work with folks in other time zones and frequently check my mail after midnight and this is very annoying. I have no idea if an email came in at 6pm or 11pm.
Alan Reid commented
Date and time of messages.
Mark Massad commented
time has value. why push that aside in favor of a generalization? in the list view fine, but not when reading email body.
Frustrating to not have ready access to specific time. I don't actually see the benefit in apparently trying to make it less accurate by saying 'yesterday' instead of the actually useful time stamp.
Don Clarke commented
Should see date and time of all emails, regardless of date. Seeing "Yesterday" or " Two Days Ago" is useless. Seeing the date and time is better.
Sarah Wilson commented
Rainer Hensel commented
This basic feature seems to have disappeared in the latest build