Schedule integrated into Office 365
The schedule feature should be implemented across Office 365 so all Outlook/Office365 devices (desktop, web, iPad, etc) would alert the user at the same time.
This would make the schedule feature much more useful for our staff.
When using the “Schedule” feature with Office 365 accounts the app crashes. No issue with Outlook.com accounts.
How come I can see my folders on the o365 portal, my windows 10, my Mac mini, but not on my iPad or iPhone? Am I the only one with this feature missing?
There are several caller id apps out there which can identify scammers etc. when they call you.
How about integration between Office 365 and the caller id feature? So if someone from within your organization calls you then you can see their name, even if you don’t have them in your own contacts. If possible, secure and must be approved/allowed by an Office 365/AAD admin
Chad Sweet commented
- Old Outlook is much better. Now that we adopted Office 365, we have to access our work email through O365. We lost many of the Outlook features that were great: i can’t read my emails in a connected sequence. I can’t customize the GUI so I get more visibility on more emails by just looking at the title / subject line only, etc. Disaster. Not sure if it’s MSFT or Apple issue.
Richard Ripps commented
Are you the official app for office 365? How about you and Microsoft GET ON THE SAME PAGE and decide if you are or are not the official app. Because they think you are and you don’t.
Now that only the basic folders are visible in the navigation pane, it is now virtually impossible four me to follow all of my Office 365 emails from my Apple mobile devices, since many emails typically end up in the Clutter folder. I have no control over which emails will land in Clutter initially, so I have to periodically review this folder to ensure I’m not missing anything important. With the current design, I can only do this on the desktop or browser versions of Outlook.
Even better, I should be able to see the Inbox and Clutter folders in a unified view, with the ability to toggle between them (similar to how the focused email feature was implemented). Since the email server and client are both controlled by Microsoft, I don’t see why this shouldn’t be possible.
Integration office and chatting feature are efficiently completed tasks easily. Including online collaboration with teams, message chatting feature, grouping features are so important too. Outlook app services is slow and inefficient for team workers compared with other major companies services. Team is separated by using their own office documents and even the sharing feature is not obvious. Please compare these Microsoft features with the most useful major companies such as "G" Ltd.
Support office 365 for iphone.