Color-Coding for Email and Calendar
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Hi, please enable to show color category’s from outlook email computer version and please add the function to choose the color category in outlook iOS app as well. We urgently need this for office use. (Not the calendar coloring fuction)
When saving a date i want to change the colour. It would be easier to know if it is for work or private.
Need different color coding in the difference of work and leisure or a meeting. Not just between calendars.
While scrolling through the agenda, it’s hard to quickly see the dates scroll by. They blend in with the agenda.
The date at the top of the agenda is blue. Please make all dates blue.
Being able to see, edit and filter by categories on emails would be very helpful on Android app. I use this on desktop but can not do this work on the road.
If possible, it would make it easier to be able to change the color of my event through the app. When I need to add an event I can, but it stays the same color as my other events(so it sets no purpose in having to add it). I know I’m allowed to change the events’ color on my laptop but it would be a lot easier to be able to through the app, as I am not always on my laptop.
Need a color on each email, not photos so I can quickly determine what email belongs to which inbound account. Spark email does it this way.
It would be nice to be able to change the symbol of a mailbox. The colored circle with a letter (representing the first letter of the mailbox I suppose) is fine until one has more than one mailbox starting with the same letter. If this feature doesn’t already exist it would be a great addition...
While in agenda mode, a slight shade option for weekend days would help display the structure of the week while scrolling, and also give a greater sense of time while scrolling through. This is something that works wonderfully on timepage. It makes the agenda view much more readable.
Would be great for the new message dot to the left of new emails to be the same color as the calendar items for that account. Would make it easy to distinguish personal from business emails at a glance.
I have two outlook accounts and no way to tell the diff between mailboxes unless i go into the separate inboxes but its much easier and better to have the view where the inboxes are combined. If there was a way to tell which is which that would help a lot
It would be really ideal to have an option to change group calendar color from iPhone or any handheld devices.
A lot of colleague and users have been requesting and asking for this to be included in Outlook.
This would be really helpful when organizing things and when doing collaboration inside the group.
This is so long overdue!
Need to be able to color code calendar in iOS app. Company switched to iPad pros and I can no longer take advantage of this feature.
I have four Outlook accounts and all the buttons are green with a letter C (my initial) and I can’t distinguish accounts until I click on icon to tell me which account is which.
Can’t seem to book a diary appointment from my phone and select what category/colour which helps. Please add ASAP.
It would be great to have different account have a notification colour other than Blue for easy identification.
Similar to calendar.
Differentiating accounts by using colour would be a an excellent feature
It would be great, when we have more than one account, that the merge inbox show the message with différents colors to know easily and rapidly in which box the message is.
For the outlook app on iOS
Merwin Goossens commented
Instead of marking mail with a red flag, possibility to give the mail in the inbox different colors, something like: red (in process), green (ready), blue (reopened).
When you have multiple shared calendars on, in the calendar view you would see those as different colors which is great. However when using the send availability (in response to mail) all calendar items show grey which does not tell you which calendar they belong to.
To work around this I turn off calendars I don’t use, send my availability and turn them back on. Certainly on personal assistance functions this is a pain.