Attaching Files from Files app
Why there is no option to attach files using Files app on iOS. Does everything really be in cloud to send an attachment
You updated now can’t send an attachment from OneDrive. I use this for work and you’ve made it impossible!
You’ve sent me numerous “fixes” to try. Nothing works. You keep saying it’s my server,they say it’s you and the problem started with the update. Fix it!!
To allow multiple files selection before attaching the files in the email. Presently, the function only allows 1 file per selection and if I want to attach multiple times, I would have to run through the sub-folders again and again to attach multiple files.
Sanders, Stephanie commented
My work voicemails go to a Cisco message attachment, I cannot tap on the number from my phone to call that person back, so I have to write it down somewhere then call them-very annoying
Robert Hong commented
APP can’t access phone saved files, it’s only showing CLOUD, or APPLE server. Really helps if can access phone disk.
Hate the new update. Recent files does not show recent attachments received. Also if I try to save the attachment it can’t be found anywhere
I can’t add files from saved files in my device when i reply email .
And i cant copy Excel sheet to the email in the writing place .
I have to double ( ) tap ( this space ) to input photos/videos from my phone that is such an inconvenience to me. As I would rather just see the button option somewhere on the email conversation to input photos/videos/files.
Why would you take this feature away?
My world revolves around emailing spreadsheets etc
Now I can no longer do that
I understand iOS pushing their cloud
Please reconnect one drive to outlook
It doesn’t work for OneDrive file folders either (except for the “attachments”) folder. Please fix to allow file folder access, especially from MS OneDrive. This should be a basic feature of MS integration.
There should be an option to access the ‘recent files’ or ‘local files’ without creating a new email. Great if able to select multiple files to send in email
As per the title. I’m literally on the brink of ditching Outlook as a result.
Yago suarez-Lledo Friera commented
Be able to attach files from the default files folder of iPhone and scanned docs with the default Notes App as well on iPhone.
Need Attachments to be open easily
It's pretty silly that this isn't a feature yet... this is some really basic functionality that should've been added as soon as the Files app was released. How long has it been since then? Years.
Google, interestingly enough, also doesn't allow you to select attachments from the Files app through their Gmail app, either... (the Gmail app also doesn't support split-view or slide over windows, basic multitasking functionality which Outlook thankfully does support).
But yeah. PLEASE let us attach stuff from the Files app. Thanks.
Can't you just use the files app and click on share? For whatever reason you can only attach files to outlook emails starting with the files app. If you start within outlook, open a new email, and click on the paper clip to attach a file, there is no option to attach a local file which seems crazy.
Mishaiel M commented
Well having a premium iCloud storage I’m not able to access my iCloud for files attachment requiring me to move to other storage options which would be a complete waste of time and money. So I kindly request the team to find some way to give us iCloud or inbuilt Files app access on iOS devices. Thank you.
Ahmad Alcheikh commented
Works for all emails/drives except Onedrive. Error message “Oops, something went wrong” “Retry”
Proces Media commented
This is a MUST at this point. I’m on iOS 13 Beta and the iCloud/Files has come a long way, surpasing my needs for Google Drive/Dropbox. So Microsoft you now support all cloud storage accounts besides the one I only use!?
This is an unacceptable bug
UDS Main commented
Attach files from Dropbox shouldn’t be an issue at this stage... It’s not 1999 anymore!!!