Turn message preview off
I do not like having message previews! I just want each email listed and I will open the if and when I'm ready to read them. Do i do not like message preview. Thank you.
Comiter, Alyse Reiser commented
I’d like to be able to see a calendar but not have the emails appear.
I set my default to one particular account but every week or two it'll just randomly start launching into the combined inbox despite my default and stays that way until I go select the account again (the option in the settings panel never changed). This may be more of a bug. If it is not a bug, I want the ability to turn off combined inboxes (i don't want it to show even in the account switcher).
Mertanen Visa commented
I keep loosing important mails because the AI decides to move them into another folder. I want to see all incoming mails (except junk mail) in my inbox view.
Preview Schme-view. I really don’t like it but I know many people do. Perhaps have the ability to turn it on or off?
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Creswick, Todd [USA] commented
Please create a preview option-I don’t want previews either.
The latest update has set the default Inbox view so that every email is shown as sender and subject plus the first two lines of the email text.
Previous versions of the app allowed you to change how many lines of preview were shown, or just turn off preview entirely. The equivalent option for the native iOS Mail app can be seen in Settings > Mail > Preview. I prefer turning off preview as I don't see the need for it and it also takes up unnecessary space on the screen.
Can this option be reinstated in the next update please?
Brandon Grozier commented
Please turn this off or give users the option to enable/disable message preview. Similar to outlook for desktop, Having up to 4 lines of sender, subject, date/time and intro content showing for every single item is a cluttered and difficult way to look at an inbox. When dealing with a high volume of mail, trying to read through content lines to distinguish the sender makes the app impossibly cumbersome. Please please be considerate to your users when forcing “preferences” upon and give the option, not the mandate.
Jack Allen commented
I would like to turn off my work email notifications and only be able to see all my personal accounts in my “all inboxes”. I wish I could just turn an eye off my work group email instead of just deleting it. Is that already a feature? Lol I’m still semi-new to Outlook.
Ed Reidenbach commented
Need the option to turn off and then re-enable if needed
Jeremy Jacobs commented
Similar to iOS mail, provide the option to turn off message preview text in the message list. Viewing sender and subject only allow more messages to fit on the screen at once, reducing the need to scroll as frequently.
Paul Hooks commented
My wife and I need to share our calendars. We have done this through Outlook in our iPhones. However, when we have added the outlook accounts we find that we then have to have access to each other’s emails which we don’t want.
I can’t seem to find a way to turn off the email and keep the calendar. Is this a feature which could be added?
Zirker. Philipp commented
Let us customise what we want to see! It‘s just a simple list view for me (Sender + subject), no parts of the text...
Satani, Sharfaroz commented
Allow turning off the preview in both notifications and the app itself.
I really want to use Outlook mobile but this issue is the ONLY reason I am not yet. I check periodically to see if it’s been addressed yet, and if I can switch over yet, but so far, no luck. Can you please get to this??
Please give an option to remove message previews. I just like to see the email subject nme. Thanks!
Seeing only 3 or 4 emails in my Inbox is a real pain. iOS and android mail allows the option of email title only and not a 2 or 3 line email preview as well would be welcome - go ask Apple how to do this...please, as there’s no benefit in having this.
Serdar, Gokhan commented
Seeing more messages at a time would be very helpful!
Faith K. Michaels commented
most times message previews can be turned off in your phones notification settings.