Copying the subject line
Hi, would it be possible for the user to copy a selection of the subject line of an email without replying or forwarding the message?
Thanks, great app
Copy the articles preview into the subject line
Upload the title from email attachment on to the subject line.
I have noticed an issue recently since last week wherein any hyperlink put in the Location Field is not working i.e it remains a simple text and we cannot click on the hyperlink to start a call.
Usually location is a good place to put the hyperlink for audio video call apps like zoom, skype etc.. people can just click on the link and start the call.
It used to work perfectly fine but has recently caused some issue.
Hi, in the most recent iOS update this week, I can no longer use the Outlook calendar “ location “ for a phone number which was very convenient for business people. this will deter me from using Outlook’s Calendar feature on my phone.
After the latest update, zoom hyperlinks in the meeting requests in the subject line of the MR from calendar don’t work anymore, you need to copy paste them to work. Before this update everything was working fine. I am an iPhone user.
Please consider including the ability to simply copy the text from the subject line into the body.
This does not work on iOS.
By default I always take a copy of whatever I typed into the subject line and put it as the first thing in the body. I’m often tricked when people send me an email with some of their message in the subject line and with different parts of their message in the body. It can lead to confusion.
Once I’ve typed something into the subject line, I should be able to select it, tap copy, and then move down to the body section and tap paste. This is not functioning. We CAN select it by dragging the blue selectors and then hold-dragging it down, but this is only half supporting the full iOS text editing capabilities.
Thank you very much, by the way, that at some point the iOS app gained the ability to attach documents from iCloud. Fantastic - great work!
rich caplan commented
I am a freelance worker and often times people are sending me the address of my upcoming work in the subject line. I like to take that information highlighted copy and paste it and put it into my calendar. I can’t seem to copy and paste from your subject line.
I work in a corporate office that requires an elevated level of security access to book conference room “A.” In order for me to have that elevated level of access, I also have to receive all requests to book the conference room. These requests come into my inbox as calendar invitations that always have “FWD”
in the subject line.
I want these requests to automatically drop into a corresponding folder so they don’t continue to clutter my inbox. My company’s IT Department couldn’t figure out how to create a rule that would do that.
Instead, they created a rule that automatically drops all incoming messages with “FWD” in the subject line to drop into a corresponding folder (regular messages and calendar invitations).
The problem: I miss important messages with “FWD” in the subject line because they are dropped into this specialized folder, in addition to the conference room requests.
While I could remind myself to check this folder, doing so would defeat the purpose of having it, because I would still be sifting through all the “FWD” conference room requests that I wanted to avoid reading.
Is there a way to create a rule so that calendar invitations with a certain subject line drop into a specialized folder?
Zena Foyster commented
Really annoying how emails with the same subject title are combined into one email. I’ve missed heaps of emails because of this.
Dan Baldock commented
I need to be able to copy subject and can’t
Martha Onate commented
Make an option to set a default subject line when composing a new email.
Gil Varod commented
It’s faster to type “10am Meeting Prep Time” or “9am-9:30am Video Call” than to have to switch into another field and drag the time selector.
Fantastical and Google Calendar’s implementation of this are good starting points.
Daniel Edmonds commented
Ability to copy and paste some/all text from subject field of received mails.
Jeremy Anderson commented
A teammate recently sent out a new wiki article they wanted to be reviewed. Unfortunately (and quite innocently) they sent the link in the *subject* of the email and not the body. Outlook mobile will not recognize links in subjects, nor will it let you select and copy the subject of an email... so these kinds of links are only useful on the desktop client. Such a shame!
Joan Raouf commented
Outlook puts unrelated email in the same conversation just because they have the same subject line. This is very inconvenient!
Manuel Neubecker commented
Very Important. Need to copy selection of subject!
It is not possible to open a hyperlink from the subject line in a received message. This is possible in the Apple mail app. Would be nice to have this in the Outlook app as well
Niklas Engfelt commented
Many times with short mails I only get text in subject. Very annoying when you get a long URL or other long ID and you have to retype it manually. Please fix this.
Other apps, including the iPhone native email app allow for someone to edit the number of subject lines displayed. For example - one can choose from just the subject line, subject line and one line of text, 2 lines of texts, etc. Can we add this for the app feature of Outlook?
Sarah Kantorski commented
I send emails to hundreds of people at once and I’ve accidentally left the subject blank and been able hit ‘send’ to have the email go through to my dismay. I’d love a feature (even if it could be turned on or off) where Outlook warns that a composed email may be being sent without a subject line- an “are you sure?” sort of pop-up would be perfect as a small reminder before the email just goes through without a subject.