Drag and drop emails
Just like desktop outlook would like to be able to drag emails into new ones to be sent as attachments.
I'd like to be able to drag and drop emails and attachments into other applications.
I’m so grateful that we now support drag & drop, I really wish we could drag email attachments and load them onto the files app in split view (sometimes I want to file attachments from an email in my files app and I just want to drag it across in split view)
It would be great to be able to slide your finger down the multiselect checkbox column to check multiple items rather than having to tap them individually. This is possible in stock iOS apps like Messages in iOS 13.
The ability to drag email and drop it in another email as attachment
Drag & Drop function for all type of files (also pdf, xls, ...) from an mail (attachment) to a OneDrive folder in iPad Split Screen an vice-versa, from OneDrive folder to a new e-mail you are composing.
At the moment it seems like only jpg is working for this.
I should be able to move a mail directly to another mailbox. Most persons have a direct mail and a common mail why can I only move a mail to archive but not to my personal/common mailbox. This makes completely no sense
support for drag & drop for emails from Outlook to another app in split view (e.g. Safari) would be very much appreciated. (The built-in Apple email client supports this)
Thank you for your support.
Ali Meghani commented
The out is best in using except one missing feature.
Like all other apps does give that feature, I am using an iPad Pro and the out look does not support drag and drop files while multitasking side by side.
Every time i need to add file individually by tapping on attach files.
I appreciate your an prompt reply.
Hi. We need to be able to drag and drop attachments in mail, or have a proper save as/save all option to enable the saving of attachments to OneDrive.
Volnei Paulo Issler commented
drag mail from one account to another
Hughes, Lucy commented
You used to be able to drag messages to folders but the new outlook doesn’t let you do this to it takes longer moving messages.
I need this like others app name SPARK
Naji Al Dajani commented
Want to attach email when i need to reply to email like drag an email you want and drop it in the email you’re replying to
Add ability to drag and drop attachments from mail to other applications on iOS devices like iPad that are capable of multitasking
Dennis, Lisa commented
Touch and drag email into task list to create a task and add detail
Rupert Cook commented
Dead and drop - duplicating in diary for repeat or similar meetings. And option under edit to duplicate meetings even with invitees.
Skov Lars, Triolab AS commented
Adding button for save, spam,save to when dragging mail to the sides before opening
Jinni Lee commented
Hi there, may i suggest that for the mobile apps to have the function of press and hold so as to activate the sorting function for re-ordering, regrouping, renaming, and deleting of folders? (Maybe like that of iPhone apps on the home screen?)
While many people would advise to use a computer or laptop to do the above, I believe there are also others like me that either do not have a PC or laptop with them all the time, or just do not own one at all. My laptop has crashed and unfortunately I don’t know when I will be replacing it, so the mess in my email has only been accumulating. It would really help if there’s such function.
Many thanks for your consideration!
trevor hutchings commented
Drag and drop from the File App into outlook would be extremely helpful. It works with Mail App!
Alex Miller commented
It is extremely handy to be able to simply drag email into my Calendar and create an appointment based on an email just like the desktop version. Also having a view of an entire week or even two week instead of only having three days would be immensely beneficial as well. Only being able to use three days or an entire month for planning and scheduling is much more easily done with other calendar apps, but I am limited based on work.
Thank you for your consideration.