Switch accounts by tapping "inbox" title bar
Would be nice to have the ability to tap inbox in the title bar to quickly switch between accounts.
RICHARD PARKER commented
Switch easily between several Outlook accounts that you might have. I have three of them and once I am in an account, I have no idea how to get back to the other one but I came from. I’ve been stuck for more than a year now. Thanks!
If I’m in one mail account, let’s say work and I want to go to a sub folder in another mail account personal, when switching. You bounce us all the way out and then we have to go back into the other account and select the sub folder.
It takes several seconds after you press the Inbox text before it brings up your other inboxes. The pause is maddening and slows down operation substantially.
I would uninstall Outlook over it but I have to use the app for work email. For now, I’m keeping all other accounts in Apple’s terrible mail app and restricting Outlook to the only account I can’t move.
Please fix this.
The ability to switch an account on or off without having to remove an account completely
Currently when viewing an email chain there is no way to open one mail from within the thread. It would be great if it’s possible to expand and collapse email threads.
This also helps in a way where the whole thread becomes read even if I read one email.
Emma Liu commented
It makes checking emails from different accounts easier - right now it's confusing which account I'm logged in to.
I have a ton of accounts and I need to see more than just an icon with an initial in it when I switch between accounts, please add an option to switch this to a listing out of each accounts email address for quickly being able to switch between accounts.
When switching accounts, the app automatically opens the Inbox for that account.
Instead, it would be better to open the folder list and let the user choose which folder to open
Nunns, John commented
Not everyone cares for the thread structure on mobile devices. Give the option to switch back to classic structure.
It would be great if the folder screen stayed open after switching accounts. I often check other folders than inbox, so when I switch accounts, I have to click the account icon again to look at my folders.
For instance you have a private account and a business account....in the weekend you don’t want to receive mails on your business account so them you can turn off your business account
Anna Le commented
When you switch to other boxes (e.g. outbox, drafts, etc.) simply hitting the mail icon in the lower left corner leaves you in the same box and doesn’t do anything. It’d be great if clicking that or a new icon takes you back to your inbox.
Elliott Blenkinsop commented
Rather than having multiple accounts filtering into 1 inbox, be able to select which email you wish to view when using the app
Swiping on the top Inbox(heading) ribbon should change between accounts.
Diana Marshall commented
This broke my ability to use the app to get any email or view the calendar for 3 working accounts because one had an incorrect password. Not cool.
Taylor, Mike commented
Terrible that I can’t look at my email and calendar with just double clicking to switch back and forth.
Tarpara, Viral commented
As a user, I want to switch/cycle my inbox view from by tapping on the lower-left mail icon, so that I may avoid having to move my thumb to the upper left and select the appropriate inbox account. The effect will be reduced hand strain on my iPhone 6s, and average reduction in taps, and reduced lag in inbox context switching.
Madison Daley commented
Make it easier to switch between accounts on your computer
Jason D. Carter commented
I added two email accounts on this Outlook app, one personal and one work related. However I cannot figure out how to easily see email from just one of these accounts or cannot easily see how to just choose which account I want to see email from. I’m seeing email from both accounts in my inbox. Please help this computer illiterate dude who’s looking for an easy intuitive navigation solution.
Thomas Makin commented
When you open the menu and select another account, the menu should remain open in case you want to access a folder within the account.