Improve Contact Management
Add the ability to add / edit / delete contacts. Also be able to add a contact right from an email.
We highly appreciate your feedback you’ve given us about this feature. Good news: We’re close to releasing it on Android. You can get a sneak preview here: https://blogs.office.com/2017/06/05/improving-people-in-outlook-for-ios-and-android/
Thanks for your patience as we make the final touches!
All the best
The Outlook Mobile Team
PS: Please use the Help Section of the app for any questions, we are not able to see replies to this address.
THANDO DHLAMINI commented
Below the search bar is "Contacts", on the right side is the "+" sign to add more. There should be one to delete the ones already in existence.
Need to have an option to save contact details of outlook to mobile phone contacts
Malcolm Gardner commented
contacts need to be more straightforward to navigate, synchronise and have some real crm built in.
Judy Adlard commented
delete Jeffrey landen
Marie Martin commented
if you send a person an email already, it will pop up, but I would like to be able to add them manually. Change their name and so on.
Gerry Wallace commented
What I really dislike about the current Outlook for Android app is that when you save a contact into the app, it puts both the first and last name together into one field somehow. It doesn't treat it like the desktop app where it automatically picks up first and last name and saves it that way.
Shelly J commented
Put contacts in the same place on home page.
André Marinho commented
I can't even add an email contact
Vince Baker commented
Can't sort contact list like most apps. can't view LinkedIn related contact info. Contact editing often crashes. app doesn't follow OS dark theme.
Ben Leach commented
Outlook is inconsistent on different platforms.
CASATIMO CASATIMO commented
I have contacts in Outlook that have been deleted from every other location...for years...but they remain in Outlook and cannot be erased.
Mark Allen commented
Contact's in Outlook Android have no organisational capability. I want to be able to categorise and file contacts like I can on desktop Outlook.
Sub folders should sync to the device too - maybe on a selection basis, but it's horrible that they are outright excluded right now.
carol brunner commented
auto contacts that come up when putting in the recipient of emails. delete old unused people.
Lars Rönnhedh commented
contacts that are not in use anymore should be able to be removed permanently.
Gilles Rousseau commented
Everyone who is using Outlook on their computer is used to have a mail, calendar and contact tab. This should be consistent in the Android App.
The contact management needs to become a real feature to be helpful, with possibility to chose which accounts to synchronize or not. This was one of the great feature in Windows Phones, with some predictable consolidation options... why not replicate ?
R T commented
there is no reason for you to decide which contacts i can delete...period.
Robin Fine commented
I prefer the old hotmail format when it comes to email contacts. It was much easier to find and update. I have no idea where my email contacts are now and I can't update them. I've had this account since 1995, and ALL of those names and info flooded my phone contacts a few months ago when they automatically synced. We are such a transitional society now, most of those emails, phone numbers, and addresses are now void.
Wolfy Cx commented
cant change my name from wolfy back to my real name lol
there's no way to delete an account from the Outlook app on Android.
Richard Patrick commented
Currently you do not have an Android app configuration key setting available to allow the "Save Contacts" option to be turned on through MDM deployment for Android devices. This is a simple Boolean option from what I can see.
I can configure mostly every other option except for this one which is a pain when you are deploying outlook to 100s and 1000s of android devices within our environment.