Roll Back Pictures as Attachments or give an option for "Inline" or "Attachment"
Please roll-back "pictures as attachments" instead of placing them inline!! I send multiple pictures daily in a single email, NOW I CAN'T. Only allowed one at at a time...Maddening!! This just started again a couple days ago with the update!! I will quickly find another mail service if not rectified asap!!
Julian Aron commented
When I send photos through Outlook they are not sent as attachments but appear in the text area of the email.
Patrick Schäfer commented
I'm paying for the outlook app for Android with my office 360 subscription. But when I want to send an email with a photo attached I have to use another app if I don't want the image to be in the text body, but attached as should be. Little annoying.
Petteri Hirvonen commented
Outlook for Android has bad way to attach pictures straight inside mail. Please update Outlook for android to allow to add files, also pictures as attachment.
Erik Leach commented
This is very disruptive to my work flow. I do property inspections for over 40 properties and need to be able email photos from my Galaxy S9+. INSTEAD, I have to go home, transfer a TON of pictures to my desktop, and email them all out after the fact. This is a MAJOR INCONVENIENCE for business people who use Oulook on Android as a tool for work. PLEASE ENABLE ALL SAMSUNG USERS TO ATTACH PICTURES INSTEAD OF EMBEDDING THEM.
Steve and Laura Smith commented
Please make it so photos can be attached as a file rather than inline. Does anyone actually like inline photos in email? Let me know when it's done so I can start using outlook again rather than nine.
Gabriel Avornicu commented
It is so **** unprofessional. I can use the in-line option when I want to, but sending gigantic pictures all the flippin time is just another reason why it is impossible to use the app. Cannot even use the text editors. Wtf?!
Wake up and get more professional.
Franklin Tseng commented
Please, please allow pictures to be attached as a . Jpg document instead of pasting into the body of the email text area. I bet most of us will want photos to be filed away somewhere. Pulling them out of the body of the text not only lowered the resolution, it destroyed the functionality of the Outlook app because pulling out of the body of the text were extra work with no productivity gains.
This is the same idea as the following, please merge.
Kenneth Glasser commented
And the inline pictures are viewable only as red X's on many email programs. But if it was an Attachment, it would be viewable.