Quiet time on the old version was very helpful, prevented me from having to put my device in either silent or airplane mode manually.
Thank you all for your feedback and patience while we worked on this great feature.
You can now temporarily turn off your email notifications using the new Do not Disturb feature of the app. To do so simply tap on the 3 horizontal lines on the top left corner> Next tap on the bell icon next to the email address displayed or go to the “All Accounts” tab to set up do not disturb for all accounts connected to the app > Next choose the timed or scheduled option that best suits your needs.
If you have any questions or need assistance locating this feature please contact our in-app support team by going to Settings>Help & Feedback> Contact Support.
All the best
The Outlook Mobile Team
P.S. Please use the Help Section of the app for any questions, we are unable to see replies to this address.
Frank Herbrüggen commented
it is still not included. why? it is so annoying to get work emails in the evening.
Tegin S. Roche Woods commented
This is great. It would be nice if you could also suppress notifications by location. As an example, I have no need for mobile notifications when I'm at the office and by my laptop, but if I have to leave for a meeting I would want to resume notifications, but with During Work Hours turned on that's not possible (or I have to remember to turn it off and on). Also doesn't work if your work day isn't 8-5.
Nick Sooklaris commented
Quiet Time that can be set whenever with the option to schedule daily, weekly.
Martin Gronemann commented
Now it's possible to choose "do not disturb in work hours" well, i need the opposite.. Only active from 6 in the morning to 8 in the evening, monday to friday.
Køster, Jakob commented
allow switching of sync from 6PM to 6AM and during vacations
George Jacob commented
This really needs a snooze notifications feature. Would be great during off hours or on-demand (like during a call, 20 minutes, etc) like Slack.
Kristijan Arsov commented
add the ability to ban your boss from sending you emails after 5 pm
Joggie Claassen commented
We all want to switch of from work. It will be cool if user can input hours where Outlook does not recieve email unless manual pull down on inbox.
Almost like you clock on your phone only recieve emails say Mon - Fri from 8am to 5pm.
Lawrence - New York Computer Help commented
For example. I don't work after 9pm and don't start till 6am,so I do not want outlook to fetch any emails between those hours.
Dor Tumarkin commented
Currently, the app supports setting Sunday as the beginning of the week, allowing support for an Israeli Sun-Thu work week. However, Do Not Disturb for weekends is still 5PM Fri-Mon. Please change this setting to offer support for 5PM Thu-Sun, if Sunday is the start of week day.
Outlook need to modify existing do not distrub. Currently time is prefixed. Give user option to set time as needed.
Michael van der Merwe commented
add the ability to mute any and all notifications on your mobile device for timea where you dont want to see emails come through
Jennifer Gibbs commented
Turn off notifications at night.
Ann Hutchinson commented
I have both work and personal emails on my phone. I would like to be able to snooze one or both outside work hours.
Daniel Read commented
Provide option to stop synchronization of messages during specified periods. As a. 24x7 company get many emails overnight or at weekends which disturb and reduce work life balance
Antonio DiNunno commented
email alerts at all hours on off days are annoying
DAve Shillito commented
I have work and personal mail accounts on my phone. I want my personal mail no notify me all the time, but my work account to only notify me Monday to Friday in work hours.
Harshal Parulkar commented
this is very basic must have feature. have it on priority
Moh D commented
Please allow option to have dnd set on an automated schedule according to time and day, like Sunday 6pm to 7am, Monday 11pm to 7am