Snooze to desktop
I should be able to snooze to desktop, so I don't see the email on my phone anymore
I usual set my reminder for a meeting a day or hours in advance to help me remember the meeting. But when I snooze the reminder to a set amount of time (still in advance of the meeting) I never get any subsequent reminders. So if I’m not in front of my desktop. I miss the reminder and the meeting or I’m late for the meeting because I notice the reminder when I get back to my desktop.
I would rather use the apple calendar but for some reason I can’t get it to install and sync with the outlook calendar.
iPhone outlook calendar app is pretty useless to me. It this continues I’ll have to uninstall the outlook app all together
Ryan Hill commented
Yes please make this more aligned between desktop and mobile versions. Snooze to desktop and a schedule and send later in desktop. Much needed for better seemless user experience.
Zachary Klughaupt commented
I’d like to be able to snooze an email in outlook for iOS so that rather than reappearing at a specific time it reappears the next time I use Outlook for desktop. Because there are a lot of emails that I can’t fully respond to from my phone that I would like to see when I am back at my desk.
When snoozing an event from the web/desktop version, it doesn't reflect on iOS whether it's the native calendar or Outlook App
Stuart M commented
Would love to send feedback when I have more time. Bottom line is you need to align the functionality of all the clients, i.e. The ones I am interested in are PC and iOS. Things like "schedule" don't seem to work when I use different clients. I have to use Boomerang for the PC but not for iOS. Therefore they get stuck in the Schedule folder. There are probably lots of others.
Ruffing, John commented
It would be immensely helpful for user responses to PC desktop reminders (such as snooze, dismiss, etc.) to get sent automatically to all mobile devices running outlook and vice-versa.
This would be a significant improvement over the current method of having to respond individually to redundant reminders for the same event that pop up on my iPad, iPhone, desktop.
Scott Laird commented
For example either selecting snooze or dismiss with update accordingly across devices such as iPhone, Apple Watch and mac