add a setting to disable this new built in browser. Also, it is super annoying that it disregards system settings for launching apps.
Loai Abdullah commented
remove built in browser
Robert de Jong commented
The in-app browser doesn't have my passwords saved. Even the system password managers don't work in that browser. It's ugly and useless. I just want to use the default browser on my phone.
Daniel S commented
Choose other browsers to open instead of build in..
Ryan Bray commented
Leigh Smith commented
Please stop forcing us to use the built in browser. this is a terrible user experience because you are forced to log in again if you switch to your main browser.
Wojciech Wróblewski commented
The built in browser is plainly annoying. Especially when I clock links visible only to logged in users. In that scenario, before I click the "open in browser" button, the site already redirects me to a login page and that one is being opened in my regular browser.
With all the saved passwords, bookmarks and other customizations users make to their default browser, who even thought it was a good idea to force a built in one on us?!
Leslie Dyer commented
I WANT LINKS TO OPEN UP IN MY BROWSER - NOT YOUR PLATFORM WHERE NOTHING WORKS!!! BUT OUR ANGER HAS NOT CHANGED YOU TO MOVE IT BACK!!!
I AM SWITCHING TO ANOTHER EMAIL SERVICE!
Dan O'h-Eanna commented
comments here show why MS is disliked by most . Outlook is an email client not a snoopy browser. Nobody with half a clue, treats it as such.
Partial but significant result is that advise teachers advise learners to avoid Outlook.
Then Q types guess badly as to why we do this. Only reason is it's not a beginner/user friendly product. (carry on with the 5G population control ;-) )
- - commented
This is so annoying. There's so many great browsers out there and we don't want to use a ****** unstable one through our email. We don't even have a choice to change it!
Rob Woodhouse commented
If I accidentally click certain links, such as a salesforce link, I'm stuck in outlook's webview. sometimes I can get out by clearing my cache and closing the app. other times I need to restart my whole phone to get back to my email. Outlook's webview is so bad, I'm considering switching email clients just for that reason.
Brooke Boland commented
LET US USE THE BROWSERS WE WANT! if we want to use Google or Firefox or Safari, it's because THEY'RE BETTER than Explorer, edge and bing.
Brenda R. Hopkins commented
Stop Outlook from opening Chrome, eBay, Amazon etc? I use DuckDuckGo browser for almost everything not Google related for privacy reasons. I want a choice because Outlook will automatically open links in Chrome. I don't use Chrome for anything purchase related because I don't want Ads following me around the Internet. I also don't want Outlook going straight to Amazon or eBay because then if I want to access an email I have to back out. I also don't need Microsoft knowing what I'm doing when I'm on Amazon or eBay because that's too intrusive. I also don't want Outlook hijacking my change password links. I've literally been forced to change some passwords in the Outlook browser because the link doesn't allow redirects. On Gmail you can update defaults in App settings so it always gives you a choice about how to open links and doesn't open them in a way you don't want them opened. How can we update default settings for Outlook? And yes, I use the change browser option whenever possible but sometimes Outlook bypasses that option and doesn't give you a choice.
Brett Gerhardi commented
this totally breaks password managers. i just lost a long post because of this. why do you hate us? 😆
vicki brown commented
I should be able to use the browser of my choice
shepardess . commented
I can't get into my "other" email accounts!
holly cheesman commented
please switch back to making all click able links / websites open on the device's default browser! do not open it in-app it is so inconvenient and frustrating
gary fort commented
how do I sign out
David Lovatt commented
Outlook is a mail client, not a browser, so should not be used to open Web pages, forcing backtracking to return to the inbox after following a link or multiple links or pages!
Why white out the three Android keys at screen bottom also?
Paco Novoa commented
Disable navigation in Outlook with cellphone, we must go out from the inbox to see links and apps. we need navigate in our browsers, not into Outlook.
Colin Warke commented
Please lose built-in browser! It limits your phones productivity massively.