create separate Outlook icon for different accounts, each with own defaults
so, my personal email is in Outlook, and my work is (unfortunately ) in Gmail.
I hate Gmail.
I want to be able to have a separate Outlook Icon called "Outlook Work", etc. and use that exclusively for work.
otherwise I have to constantly toggle back and forth - too much hassle.
Also, you might create Sep icon for Outlook Calendar.
Finally, Outlook Contacts!!! kill People - It's terrible. if you need to charge $1,5 or $10, do it and create a separate App that works just like Outlook 2013!
when i have multi email account. I can not see account email address when switching. please add different icons for them.
Subodh Patil commented
Earlier the windows phone outlook app had an option that you can create a separate icon (looking different) of the same outlook app.
The same things are expected in the android outlook app.
And outlook calendar should have native integration with an android device.
Christine Hyams commented
I would like the option of choosing if I want both outlook accounts in 1 application or I would want it 2 separate applications. I noticed that having both accounts in 1 application can be very confusing which lead to me using additional time to sort through my emails.
Coming from Windows Phone, I would like to be able to pin separate home icons per account again with notification badge counts per account. Tapping each icon should launch Outlook to that account without clearing the new email badge count for the other accounts/icons.
Damian McC commented
Like Colby I use Outlook for Android with both my personal Outlook account and my office Exchange account. I'd like to see unread mail counts for each seperately on the launch page.
Samuel Mearns commented
In the sidebar, my IMAP accounts have a rather ugly icon based on the name I gave them. I'd much rather choose an icon or color (perhaps from a palette of the outlook icon with different background colors) to represent the account.
[Deleted User] commented
yes please 2 separate icons for outlook email and hotmail
Colby Ringeisen commented
I use Outlook for Android with both my personal Outlook account and my office Exchange account. I'd like to see unread mail counts for each seperately on the launch page.
Kulkarni, Pradeep commented
multiple alert. should be shown under one alert only.
Robert B commented
How about creating multiple tiles as per windows phone... So I can see how many mails in each inbox and go straight to that box?
Susana Schmiedel commented
improve it. I would like to print an e mail without changing its format.
Jagan Kaja commented
I would like separate apps for personal (Hotmail) and work (Exchange) email & calendar accounts. For my work email account, there's now a new requirement of a 6-digit PIN to open Outlook app (in addition to the phone wake-up password requirement). I now have to enter my PIN to open the app, even if I only want to access my personal Hotmail account, which is very annoying. A separate app for each will solve that problem.
Bernard Spence commented
I have 2 email accounts setup in the Outlook app. I want an Outlook icon for my work email and another icon for my personal email.
Denis R. commented
when open email from main screen, it should focus on the email associated with the icon, so open Outlook from an specific icon will focus on an email account automatically
Russell Nesbitt commented
Like many others have said, I came from a windows phone to a android phone. I need to be able to have separate icons on the launch page for each of my accounts in outlook.
Wayne W. Van Ellis commented
I have maybe 80 folders across 5 accounts. I have to go through 4-5 clicks to see whether or not there is new content in a folder. Being able to create a tile or icon that is folder specific or account specific would be great. Just like you had on windows phone.
Koichi Yoshida commented
Frank Delia commented
I have to do three or four steps to change from one account inbox to another. I would like a separate Android shortcut for each account.
Raj Srinivas commented
In Windows phone I had a separate live tile for each work email I have. in Android OS I have to go through several clicks to see my email from each account. not efficient at all.