Full Screen Mode for Mails
View emails in full screen
Hide side panel (folder/email list)
As I was told that it is a <design feature> that on ipad PLUS which is in comtetition with surface (which I have 7 of and which I cant use reading my nbewspaper because KINDLE does not allow my newspaer on PCs!) ... so that is why I need to use iPad and the outlook app does on purpose only use 70% of the scrren size of iPad so that is why I cant increase the font size of mails, I can utilize the whole screen... every mails has a W..I..D..E white area space on the left and right. How anoying that I was told is is not a BUG it is a FETAURE.
OK my head line is a little hard and unfair, but I wanted to get your attention. I have to admit I am very happy with exchange 365 and outlook ios better than nay other software you could use on an iPad.
Hide the icon at the bottom of the screen (mail, search, calander) when reading emails.
Hatem Abdallah commented
The display area is not big, please stop from exhausting the display with messages like : do you like outlook or so
Andy Goddard commented
Option required to increase readability of email - make it full screen (instead of viewing an email plus inbox / folders etc.
Veysel Doruk Akbel commented
When rotating the phone, we cannot read the emails as full screen yet, outlook does not tile/streched out the emails completely but partially.
We would like you to fix this issue
Bales, Brian commented
Need to be able to click on an email and see full screen
Johanson, Jonny commented
Which three dots was I supposed to tap to load full message? Which ones to edit recipients? And what does those three dots do?
Frustrating! Wouldn’t use this app at all due to all the design flaws, unless it was the only way to get corporate mail on my phone.
Keiron Richmond commented
I would like to see the app make the most of the large screen on my iPad Pro and iPhone max, by maximising the space available, when I select an email to read or compose.
Stephen Heald commented
The preview window does not use the full space available on larger devices like iPads, displaying the content within a very narrow column. Text size can be tiny. Please try make the interface more responsive to different screen sizes! That is still behaves like a smartphone app is unacceptable.
Glanzer, Joshua commented
Please remove the bars on the sides when in landscape. This will allow us to view the email larger using the full screen in landscape mode for iPhone X and newer.
Sunil Jha commented
Need to see mail in full windows not just in the mail window
Daniel Ahadian commented
One of the reasons that i ditched Outlook mobile a while ago is that the area to view the content of the e-mail is very constrained. The “chrome” of the app is way too big. The rows of buttons (search, reply, title, etc...) takes up so much real estate that the e-mail itself has much less area for display. It ends up making my iPhone 7 feel like an iPhone 4 due to lots of unusable white space. Take a que from Apple, where their Mail app hides all the rows of buttons when scrolling, but pops back up when you scroll up.
Vadim Katsman commented
The app allows expanding the selected message to a full screen width (in portrait mode).
Expanding the list of emails is as important if not more important.
PS: expanding the message should be allowed in landscape mode as well.
PS2: expanding a list of emails should be allowed in both screen modes.
Chris Urzaa commented
The Microsoft Outlook App does not use the full screen when the iPhone X is on its side. Can this be fixed.
PDF documents use the full screen width making small text easier to read but MS Office does not do this.
L カヲリ commented
I want to read full text with 1 click.
Liebe, Hannes commented
When you reply or reply all to an email, only when you chose the “edit recipients” option, the full email editor comes up.
Can we have this as a standard overall option to always open like this?
Daniel S commented
There should be a way to read emails using the full width of the device screen. There is some kind of "full screen" button today, that does not use the full screen width, it has wide margins on each side. Also when you rotate your device to landscape view, the full screen option vanishes entirely.
Daniel J. Stackhouse commented
I have been working with the Outlook email system for 8 years now with my business account. It has some wonderful function which my older system called CAB (Communication Across Broward) didn’t have at the time. However. What I miss most about cab was you could see the date the message was sent, the sender, and the subject line, as well as any specific requirements employed by the sender like “urgent”, “personal”, “confidential”, or “receipt return requested”.
This was all viewable on only one row. Meaning I could view 50 or more new emails at a time on one screen and determine the importance or relevance of the email to me so I could read those emails first. After reading the emails would automatically go to a folder called “read emails”
I very much miss being able to scan all of my emails and concentrate on the emails that in my opinion are more important than others regardless of the date that the email was sent...
Reading emails as they come in by date causes me to waste a lot of time and frustration
In landscape mode, the bottom reply box takes up way too much space — almost 20 percent of the screen and then the top bar also reduces the space for the actual email so you can only see a sliver of the email.
Can you have the borders disappear while reading and scrolling down and have them appear when you go back up?
See, e.g., how Apple iOS Safari browser functions.
This should be the same for other parts too (e.g., calendar, search, etc).
CHRiS Chatzissawas commented
Please More content on the screen for iPhone XS Max Screen Like the Original Apple Mail App