Allow me to configure 'All Accounts', there are email accounts I want to exclude as they fill up.
Configure which accounts appear in All Accounts or introduce configurable views so I may exclude certain accounts that I only wish to check occasionally or separately. Currently you can only either see all the emails from all accounts or remove the account, checking accounts individually rather defeats the point.
Shalonda Jones commented
Allow user to select which accounts should appear in the unified inbox and only the selected accounts will show emails in the unified inbox. Users will need to go to the specific inbox of the accounts not selected for unified inbox to see those emails.
Pellegrini, Robert commented
I have multiple personal email accounts and do not want my business account included in the combined inbox View
Jeremy Hellyer commented
Currently, the badge count setting allows only all accounts to be displayed or none. I have a couple accounts in Outlook that I want to show the unread email count and then a couple others that I do not want displayed. Please add a per account toggle for badge count.
Chris Gahlsdorf commented
I have three email accounts but only want two to show in the combined view
Allen Wilson commented
This would be great. For example, when the 'Connected Accounts' feature stops working, as it often does for me, having this feature would allow me to still pull those emails, as needed, until the problem is resolved. Or, if I need to access an email immediately instead of waiting 15 minutes for 'Connected Account' to sync up - having this feature would allow me to do this.
Alasdair Flint commented
I need access to some email accounts but dont want them in my central inbox (which I do need to combine other accounts).
Jim C Hamil - The Corley-Hamil Group commented
I would love to isolate just my personal inboxes after hours and not show my work inbox in the "All Accounts" section.
If we still want to use combined inbox but want to hide accounts from view (eg hide work email account on weekends) and easily turn them back on again.
Shibu Mathews commented
individual email account identity by color code
option to view combined or individual account
Sarah Belter commented
I like the idea of a combined inbox for my personal accounts, but I don't want my work email part of that.
I would like to have the option to exclude certain email accounts from the all accounts list. I have an email account I share with a team of coworkers so I can't just archive or delete stuff which makes my inbox messier. I would rather see that account separately.
João Ferreira commented
I've access to client company (consulting) email accounts that I need to check once in a while. I don't, however, want it to mix with my personal email. So, it'd be great to be able to exclude these accounts from All Mail
I have one account that I use for receiving mailing lists, but I don't want to be notified when mail arrives there, nor do I want to see those mails interspersed my regular email. I do however want access to the account on my mobile phone for when I'm on the bus to and from work.
Give the option to mark frequently attached files as "favourites". It would be quicker to select from a list of these than the current task of scrolling through a history of all attached files, which includes duplicates and infrequently used files.
Frithjof Wöhrmann commented
Select any number of folders from any number of accounts as favorites. Then show all the new/unread mails in that favorites-folder as an additional "account": add the possibility for notifications just for the favorites and everyone will have what they need when they're on the go. This will avoid always tapping through the same folders and accounts over and over again.
Also: down with the flood of contacts on the phone!