Jump to next mail by deleting/archiving a mail
It would be much more comfortable when the App would jump directly to the content of the next mail after deleting a mail. So it works in Windows ob a pc or in Apple Mail. When you delete a Mail you see the next mails text.
So many people have requested this for a LONG TIME with no follow up by MS. Please implement!!
Seriously how is this not a thing on the app? Who goes back to their inbox after every email?
So when I’m reading view I want to stay in read view of the next email when I delete one. It puts me back in the box and I then have to find my way back to the next email that’s next to read.
Give the option to open next email after an email is deleted as opposed to going back to the inbox
Terry Santavicca commented
If would really be nice that if after deleting an email there was an option to move up to the next message instead of always moving down! The next message up is usually one that has not been read yet, whereas the one down has usually already been read. Starting at the bottom of the unread messages and working up, allows one to read the messages in the order they were sent.
I don’t seem to be able to go to next message automatically. So if I want to read all the messages in one folder it kicks me out to folder and I have to click on next message.
I want this as well! I moved to the outlook app to see if it handled mail better. This is one of the features I miss.
Can we have a setting that opens the next unread email after deleting the previous email, without having to go to the inbox first.
I would like to have the option to make Archive or Delete go to next email
I agree with everybody here. If you open a message in portrait mode and delete it you are returned to the inbox instead of moving to the next message.
If you do this in landscape mode it moves to the next message and not the inbox.
Please make it move to the next message in portrait mode.
Phil Weinman commented
Whenever you delete an email, it would be nice and more efficient to have the option, rather than go back to the Inbox messages list.
Other email apps have this feature.
Suggest that when I open my email after I delete it should open the next mail instead of going out and back into the next mail.
It would be nice if there was an option to move to the next new message after deleting an email. (This is an option on the desktop version.) In the app, deleting takes you back to the inbox where you then have to select the next message. This is less efficient than if it just moved directly to the next message in line. Thanks for considering this!
Would like to have the next email to open after the current email message is deleted, archived, or moved.
In the desktop version and in the native mail app for Android and iOS you have the ability to move to the next email after deleting the current email you are reading. In this version of Outlook mobile, you go back to the inbox. Would be great to have the option to choose what happens after you delete an email.
Brett Coleman commented
I’m glad to see that this is under review. When I want to arbitrage my email, I use Edison or something else currently.
Please bring back the option to advance to the next or previous email after deleting an opened email from the old outlook application.
Currently I have to tap the next mail to show the content, this is to much clicking...
This feature is already there on PC then why not here. As soon as I delete or move an email to a folder next email should appear and not the list of inbox. This really saves time in between the emails when we are getting too many emails. And trust me every one gets too many emails nowadays.
Add delete button to the bottom and please open up the next message after you delete the current one. As it is right now, the app requires 2 hands to operate properly. Look at the native iPhone app for guidance as they have this functionality absolutely perfect.
One handed operation is absolutely critical. If a frequently used function requires the user to reach or the use of 2 hands, it should be changed.