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.
Viktor Holstein commented
das wäre super
contacts management feature contacts management in ANDROID App will be good addition to the outlook App for Android.
I don't see my Outlook contacts on my resident contacts app so I cannot add a new contact to Outlook. With this, I could add a contact on my phone and then see it on my PC Outlook 2013 contacts.
So ... integrate Outlook contacts into Android contacts app please.
plz get rid of duplicates..and whats up with phone calls interupting my texting??? and if the accessibility to all our assorted accts. were plugandplay on one screen not several, nevermind the password ... give us a four digit code instead :-) lol
I would like the ability to add an email id to my Contacts. right now selecting the name just expands/collapses email. I would like it to have the option to add it to contacts.
no sincroniza todos los contacto
Add options to edit, add and delete contacts in-app.
Julien Rignault commented
index list for contact Android
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All of my 'real' contacts are stored by Outlook desktop at people.live.com
Jorge Arredondo commented
Provide menu to either call or send sms to contacts, as it is now clicking on the contact places the call directly
It is not possible to edit our contacts from this app on Android phone. Make it possible to edit them.
Adam Hubbard commented
If you are in the peopls tab, and search for all messages from a particular contact, it will only search for the top email address of that contact. If the contact has multiple/other email addresses, such as work, home etc, theses others will be ignored. Makes searching useless. There is no way to choose which email address to search on either.
Kirk Gibson commented
if I want to call the sender of an email for example, I have to go to contacts (faster on device than it is in Outlook....). I want to just touch the name of the sender and see his/her contact details.
Peter Åkerlund commented
Ability to choose from which sources contacts are shown. I would for instance like to view only contacts from Office365
I would like the ability to delete contacts
Hees E. van (Edon) commented
Just add the ability to manage contacts, e.g. DELETE!!!!!
Now an old contact stays forever