Allow collapsing of folders in Move to Folder
I have a lot of email folders. When I move an email to folder, I have to scroll through a lot of folders to find the correct destination. It would be great if I could collapse all or expand all folders that I want to look at. Also a type-in feature to find a folder by name would be equally useful!
Yes agree. I have many folders and sub-folders and have to scroll through the Long list before I’m able to find the right one.
Me too. Would like collapsible folders.
Robert Blomtrand commented
Would make navigation to folders so much more user friendly and easier. Very difficult to use with complex hierarchies.
Suddha Talukdar commented
Really need this feature when you have hundreds of sub-folders and hierarchies. For reference Samsung mail through MobileIron has been supporting this feature for a while. Moving to apple or any other android phone makes it impossible for me to use work email
Shaun Green commented
Very basic need should be addressed in late updates
You already own us; let us at least enjoy the ride.
You would think this would be one of the most important features in the development of the mobile app. Please put some resources toward fixing this.
Most other email providers have figured out how to do this. Why can’t Apple?
Please add the option to be able to collapse sub folders or link folder hierarchies together. My work follow is less conducive to using search folders and I always have the same 5 sub folders with every file. When using the app I have to search which only brings up the main folder not the hierarchy of related folders which is where I often move documents to. Scrolling through hundreds if not thousands of folders looking for one folder called general notices is onerous at best. Please fix this app and outlook in general and add this capability. Thank you for your time.
PS: Thank you for the flexible/customizable quick tools bar and menus.
Cody Huebner commented
This would be an immensely helpful feature, and quite frankly I'm not sure why this wasn't added in the first place as it should be very basic and bare-bones functionality. I have at least 75 different folders/subfolders to keep my work, as a student in my classes, job, and student organizations, organized, and it's extremely inconvenient to not be able to reorder or hide some folders.
It's also frustrating that emails routed to these subfolders do not appear with a notification, so it is up to me on the mobile app to manually check all my folders.
The idea is to be able to display or hide outlook folder (and sub folders). That can be very helpful to navigate easily if a number of folder and sub folder are created.
Would be helpful if we could collapse and expand folders and sub folders.
Grant Mitchell commented
Another year ticks over - another year without this comment being actioned. Lots of trivial stuff being "fixed" - major problems too hard
This is my number one complaint with mobile Outlook.
Being able to collapse the mail folders in the mobile app like you can in the desktop Outlook would be such a MAJOR time saver.
On my desktop outlook, I have over well over a hundred mailboxes. They are all neatly setup under a master category mailbox. All the “real” mailboxes are sub folders under each master. This works great on the desktop, but It is daunting to have to scroll through “every single mailbox” on my phone where I need the speed the most.
This one issue makes me not enjoy using mobile Outlook. Not being able to collapse the mail folders makes me not like having to have my work email on my phone.
G u y commented
option to NOT auto expand folders and be able to manually expand or collapse
Yup. Real deal breaker
I totally agree! The inability to collapse folders is a major limitation, especially when comparing to blackberry work.
A serious lack in this app : bad user experience when managing lot of sub folders . Please add for new year or Christmas 😀 a collapse/expand folder function.
I would like to collapse folders in the mobile version
This has been missing from the early versions. Makes looking for folders so much more difficult for those of us who use lists of subfolders. This and the missing “Unread mail” folder are 2 of my biggest issues with this app.