Categories on iOS
I use at least 13 different categories for my super-complicated schedule, and since the iOS app clips text on calendar events I rely on categories to quickly know which type of event I’m looking at. As it is now, I have to tap on each event to see what it’s about. On the Mac Outlook app, categories work great, and my admin puts in time making sure events are categorized properly. However, I’m usually not in front of my laptop, and so would greatly benefit from seeing categories on the iOS app and the Watch app.
This is a major feature gap. It's been in the desktop versions of Outlook since Christ was a carpenter. This "enhancement" should be prioritized immediately.
Support the category management on the mobile app. Currently it’s view only and cannot be editable.
In my desktop version of Outlook I sort my mail in categories and it would be nice to have that same display option in the app as well. Thanks!
It would be MEGA helpful if I could access my color-coded categories within the iOS app. If I set a calendar appointment to a specific category on me desktop, that color is shown on the iOS app. But I am not able to set a new calendar appointment on my iOS app and set it to a category.
Please have the categories feature available on the desktop version available on mobile too. Both adding a category and also filtering by category.
Please implement Categories into the App.
They work like a charm on WebApp but I don't see them here
I run my inbox off categories and i would be completely mobile if I could see and categorise using IOS outlook
Keep up the great work and thanks for listening!!!
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I can categorize emails on the web version, but I need to be able to see the tags when on mobile and also add categories while mobile.
The category colours in Calendar look great in the iOS app, however they can’t be allocated from within the app! Please add this very simple feature so I don’t need to keep reverting to my laptop to update appointments.
On my Mac I have organised my mailbox with categories however my phone app doesn’t reflect this and it becomes working on the go when I can’t find emails.
Please can we add the categories filter to the emails.
Please put categories for EMAILS, not just calendars.
If we could do mail categories the iOS app that would be epic! I run my work like by categories and it means I could just work from the iPad which would make me 1 million times more agile! Thanks so much!
I would love to see my categorized mail in my inbox on IOS
Add mail categories and their filter please. Match web and desktop versions. Then this will be a real power user app.
Carry the “Categories” for emails over from MacOS so you can see them labeled in iOS?
This would seriously be so helpful. I categorize literally all of my events, but it’s a hassle having to do it on PC rather than from my phone.
The recent update that added categories to the calendar is great! However, how hard can it be to add the ability to set a category on an email or a calendar event?
Include categories like in web version
Categories would be so helpful!
Also I would like for there to be a way to prevent messages from categorizing themselves in the threaded conversation view. I will often have an FYI, an Event, and categories for Follow-up and Waiting for Response. Currently, the desktop version of Outlook assumes that the entire conversation needs to have the same color/category.