Font style and size
I had already raised this once. It would really nice to have an option to choose the font style and size for the email body. This option is available in MS Outlook desktop version.
Presently, the emails go out in various fonts- times new roman (12). Calibri (12) etc.
Request you to consider introducing this option at the earliest.
Chris Greensmith commented
I would like to align my branding stationery across platforms and current;y it looks terribly unprofessional if I send multiple reponses to an email chain on my phone and PC
Please add ability to change font and size, bold etc as with desktop—or pointers on how it’s done if this request has been addressed. (Can believe it can’t be done yet).
Evgeny Beletskiy commented
Please make a message sent out of Outlook for iOS identical with the one sent out of the Windows based Outlook desktop client (font size and color, horizontal messages delimiter, header, spacing, etc.). An important part of freeing oneself from the desk or office is being able to seemlessly move around without shouting to the world ""I'm not in my office"", which many interpret as ""I'm not at work", or event “I am not working right away”. Responding to emails in a clearly mobile format looks to many people like “you are postponed and I am not working on your problem”.
PLEASE let us adjust the font, text size, boldness, outline, etc on iPhones for outgoing messages!! It looks TERRIBLE on the receiving end!!! Please update the app!!
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE.
That about sums it up.
Please add this function to change font type and font size on outlook mobile.
Much agreed! The inability to set typeface and font size compared to desktop Outlook is unprofessional to those who are presentation-minded.
Default font size as phone setting or option to change while drafting an email. Current font size is too small.
Professional emails look lazy when they come from the phone in the tiny default cambria.
This may have been an ongoing suggestion but it would be great to be able to change the default font settings - the current default font (including the size) of the app looks horrible on the desktop version.
Please allow a selection of fonts in iOS outlook. Thank you
When I sent a mail using my outlook ios app the mail was sent with following Font settings:
1. Font type: HelveticaNeue
2. Font size: 11
Can you please add a new feature to change this font type and size?
It would be great to have font standardized between the mobile and desktop apps.
JY CHOI commented
in the calendar screen, it would be nice to decrease the size of the month title and increase the space for the calendar grids. since the screen size is getting bigger for most of us, it would be even better if the font size of the agenda be a little bit smaller so that more number of agendas can be seen at a single glance in the monthly view.
It would be really nice to be able to choose your own font and have consistency.
iOS app of outlook should have the feature to
1. Either load the font setting of the Outlook app from laptop or
2. Allow the user to set a default font for the email editor.
Please add colours to email line; for highlighting purposes.
Varun S commented
Hi team, can you please implement the feature to Bold or Italicise the font for email composition.
Chris Soccio commented
Should be able to change font size. Also also add colors to email line when you need to highlight something.
Hi! It would be great to customize fonts for reading and composing mails. Thank you.
It would be awesome, for me only thing missing for this app is the lack of syncing preferences such as font and formatting. Otherwise, it’s the best email client by far regardless but that would deserve a trophy or a year’s worth of free donuts for the entire staff - which id buy personally were I rich ;)
Think it over. Thanks for all the great work.
P.s.. if syncing preferences would be more work than it’d be worth, at least a feature to choose font types and maybe a few additional formatting features isolated to each app for each device would be almost equally as sweet.