Drag and Drop on iOS 11
Please add the ability to drag and drop images, text, etc directly into composing an email. Forgive me if this feature exists, but I have not been able to successfully get this to work.
On iOS 11, the Files App is a total lifesaver. I enjoy having access to OneDrive directly from it. What would be even better, would be the ability to drag photos and PDFs from the files app directly into the Outlook app, without having to use a share-sheet or uploading it to OneDrive.
I truly enjoy Microsoft services and they are by far the most friendly for business and college users. Please continue the hard work you guys put into this app! I depend on Outlook a great deal, I just want it to get better.
Thank you for your time.
With multi-tasking and split-screen I need to be able to drag and drop emails and/or attachments to the native iOS Files application or any other application I use for file and content management.
Joe Westcott commented
I wish that I could drag messages from Focused to Other in the iOS app. I do not see a way to move messages from Focused to other in the app.
Matthew Anderson commented
Drag and drop back and forth between outlook and onedrive on iOS. It’s the only thing stopping me from using Outlook as my main work e-mail client.
Given both are MS apps it would make sense for me to have outlook and OneDrive open in split screen mode on iPad and drag and drop files from ONEDRIVE to an Outlook message.
Please add drag and drop. I can only attach files from my own OneDrive account, but I work almost entirely in teams with OneDrive folders shared by someone else. With iOS Mail I can easily drag and drop email attachments into shared OneDrive folders and vice versa, but with Outlook this is not possible.
Also, I would like to put attachments not in an attachment bar, but embed in an email at a specific place.
Please also add support for iPadOS 13: dragging emails into new windows, enhanced rich-text formatting, such as bullet points and new fonts.
Please add this simple but useful feature
Jason Gauthier commented
I would like to be able to drag and drop files into the body of an email from my one drive / share point libraries.
This must also include attachments - drag and drop from Outlook to other apps (especially Files) and back.
Paula Ogg commented
I want to be able to drag and drop meetings in the calendar without having to go into edit mode.
Martin Johnson commented
People, you’re never going to have us ditch the iOS native calendar unless you make yours better.
I need to be able to tap, hold and move items. This is basic stuff.
Sebastian Stranieri commented
Simple drag and drop a meeting in the calendar without the need of editing the event. Also dulplicating events by pushint harder the event would be usefull
Vincenzo Crupi (vcrupi) commented
Unfortunately today calendar Has not a functionality in the app to drag and drop appointments in the app to relocate it.
Even embedded IOS calendar has it. This lack is not allowing me to use Microsoft outlook app.
This should have been a feature over a year ago
iOS mail already allows for this.
Outlook mail allows drag/drop of elements in the body of the email, but attachments are handled outside of this and currently unable to drag/drop.
Mohammed S. Albatati commented
We need this feature to make our work user friendly.
We can not drag and drop multiple files when we have a mail with several attachments.
Diederik Dolk commented
beau bouton commented
Be more like google apps for business. Excel lacks so many features such as drag and drop rows without having to pre insert a blank. Have the ability to use a hosted form to populate a spreadsheet for tracking purposes. These are features that office is not even in the same ball park as google. Thus I have to use both.
Barr, Scott [USA] commented
It works with Apples Mail app but not with your own Outlook app on the iPad.
Brad Crotty commented
Should have ability in iOS multitasking to drag and drop attachments to other apps, and to drag tasks from other apps and then add to the calendar
Markus Herz commented
I am using outlook and some products from readdle. Drag'n'drop does not work. I would like to add attachments to new emails via drag’n’drop. Thx.