Automatically suggest folders to move to
Joshua Frye commented
Glad it’s not just me. Drives me a bit crazy that this feature isn’t included.
Hi- while moving messages from inbox to subfolders, it will be useful for outlook to suggest 2-3 Most recently used subfolders and if we want to move data to them. I think this feature was there for some time but later removed. Was very helpful
Garrett Thiessen commented
Agreed! I love everything about the format of the Outlook app, BUT the fact that it cannot detect that I’ve sent certain mail to the same folder hundreds of times, and automatically suggest that folder at a later point, is absolutely annoying. That’s what I previously loved about the iOS mail app, but everything else about the iOS mail app was mundane and simple. Outlook is clean, and sharp, they just need to step their game up a bit when it comes to moving mail. That and is just me, or cannot you not create a new folder for your certain accounts in outlook? Normally I go back to an old app to do it, but I may just be missing something, somewhere, on the Outlook app?
When you want to move an email to a folder, outlook used to give a suggestion or go directly to the folder. Now I have to scroll and find the folder and it wastes time.
My suggested folder option no longer works, how do I get it back???
outlook should suggest organizing emails based on communication chains. Auto prompt new folders for sorting messages based on importance , topic, and frequency. Clean up mailbox suggestion after no related messages past 6 months.
Make it easier to quickly move messages from inbox to a mail folder, use A.I. To suggest to which folder it could go. Also the function of ordering emails by conversation does not work well enough. It is necessary from the main mail screen to be able on a phone or ipad to move individual messages from the chain. Apple’s interface for both features in its mail programme is much easier..
Folder suggestions when moving emails; the old version actually did this but the new one. Hoping you can bring it back
Michael R Delacluyse commented
It should hold the position at the last folder used. Typically there are a few from the same thread, so if it stays you would no longer need to scroll to get back to where you were.
The app does this well now—but its learning window is too short! Please track top folders over a week or a month.
At the moment, it seems to do it by the hour! Which, in the course of a week or month, is NOT optimal. This morning’s top folder is not necessarily tomorrow’s...
When filing sent emails - past history should detect most obvious proposed file and leap to it - rather than having to scroll through
Ameera Kassim commented
If you have a teacher for a certain subject have their email sent directly to your specified folder.
Automatically mark as read and predict (suggest) which folder to move emails to.
Will save a lot of time for people who works with folders
This is very much needed. It takes much more time than the native iOS mail app to file messages.
On Apple mail, it will suggest which folder you may want to move an email to. This is a great feature that should be in outlook.
iOS default email app has a feature that predicts the folder to which you are most likely to move the email, based on the subject or the sender.
This should also be a feature in Outlook Mail.
A feature that Apple iOS mail app has that I really liked was when you move an email from inbox to sub folder it would suggest a folder based on where I previously filed an email from that particular sender.
If that is possible that would be awesome
It would be great to be able to select the suggested folders when moving an email.
In my case I use 90% of the time the same folder to store my emails and surprisingly that one isn’t a suggested one.
When this feature wasn’t available, it was way faster to move messages. At least enable an option to enable/disable suggested folders.
For a little while, this app suggested folders when I was ready to file an email. I have a lot of folders, so I liked that feature. Is that still an option?