Bullet point and Numbering
Could you please consider rolling out the insert of bullet points and numbering in outlook? This is a gap for users.
Jeff Margolis commented
Fix the Indent and Numbering function used in composing emails. The numbering feature for email formatting is really great, however stopping numbering or using the indent feature on the pop up bar when composing an email is not intuitive at all. Pressing the right or left arrow for indenting doesn’t appear to do anything and trying to undo numbering or indenting is a mess. To stop numbering the user should be able to hit return twice and the cursor should return to the left hand margin with no “next” number. For undoing indentations, the user should be able to simplify hit the backspace key and the cursor should move towards the left margin deleting each indent successively. None of this works as currently designed nor is it intuitive to the user.
I would like to have additional text editing features in Outlook. For example, it would be helpful to be able to created bulleted or numbered lists. I so want to use Outlook for my primary email app, but I find myself gravitating back to Spark because of the additional features that Outlook lacks.
When you number a paragraph in am email Outlook automatically creates a numbered list but there is no apparent way to cancel or end the numbered list once you are done with it and return to typing as normal by for example, starting a new paragraph below the numbered list.
Add option of creating billeted list please
To use the outlook application for business basic formatting is required when composing an email, Bullet points and numbering. I will always use Outlook web version instead of the application for this reason.
These are basic options for any email composer.
Please add the ability to add bullet points or indents to email text. There is empty space right next to the camera/paper clip buttons above keyboard. This would be like offered in OneNote.
I would LOVE if I could insert bullets into an email. I do this a lot when sending notes to clients and right now I cannot figure out how to do it on the app!! It’s driving me crazy
It be wonderful if the IOS version of outlook would enable the ability to add a numbered list or bullet points to the email. Today, if I want to do this I have to jump over to the Web version of outlook.
When I say list, I mean something like:
1. Item 1
a. Sub item a
i. Sub item i
b Sub item b
2. Item 2.
- Bullet 1
- Bullet 2
Agreed! This is basics we absolutely need
It would be helpful if I could include bulletted or numerical lists in my email without having to manually enter the numbers or bullet indicator.
Please add bullet points. It’s the only feature missing to make this app perfect.
Please add the ability todo at least minor formatting in outlook. Things like bullets, indentations etc.
Insert bullets to make a list of items
Soffer, Rock commented
Not sure why you cant make bullet points when drafting an email... but This should be a no brainer
Why is this not an option? When I have a numbered list in a draft and view it in outlook, it is erased. Fix this broken problem.
Thompson, Tisa D commented
It would be nice to Pick a font to compose in and a different color to reply back in like with the desktop version of outlook. Would also like to be able to do bold, italics etc.
Marie Robinson commented
Bullets would be a great help
Absolutely need the ability to create billeted lists, highlight, etc. please replicate the formatting options that are/were available in the windows phone version of outlook. This current version is not sufficient for a true business environment
David Roberts commented
Bullet, numbers lists really need that
In iOS app I have font and spacing issues. They don’t seem to be compatible with desktop Outlook. When iOS email is received on desktop this formatting is messed up.
Bullet point support would also be a nice feature. I just tried to copy and paste a bullet point list from OneNote to Outlook iOS and it won’t take the formatting.
These two issues make moving to outlook for iPad a bit of a nuisance.