Allow multiple months in to to-do bar like in outlook 2010
Allow multiple months in the to-do bar like in Outlook 2010. Restricting it to a single month defeats the purpose of having it there.
Grant Tobin commented
How is the reintegration of this feature coming along?
Mark Levy commented
PLEASE BRING THIS FEATURE BACK!!!
It was in previous versions and now if I want to expand the To Do bar enough to actually see my calendar events and task list so I can read them there is ALL this wasted space up top on either side of the calendar.
E. Wallman commented
Also, once calendar is moved from left side to "to do" bar on right side (by the way, multi-months showed on left side), it should then be removed from the left hand side. No need to see three calendars in one frame.
Are we seriously approaching 4 YEARS since the request was made to reinstate this feature? For the life of me, I can’t understand why the ability to see more than a single month in the Outlook Calendar To-Do pane was removed. Come on Microsoft, this is the very definition of valuable user feedback, and you have so far ignored it completely!
Everyone I work with complains about not being able to see a quick multi-month look ahead, and it doesn’t appear that this is a complicated feature to restore…so what’s the hold up?
Instantly noted as a loss of functionality by our staff
David Vonderhaar commented
Multiple months on the right side of the screen please. This was the best feature.
Scott Sparrow commented
Just upgraded to Outlook 2019 from 2010 - one of the best features of the view was seeing the date navigator on the right side of the screen - Can't believe MS has not restored the functionality of 2010 where you could view more than one month - I would have 3-4 rows of months X 2-3 months wide - why only 1 month
Lou Camiscioni commented
They need to bring the ability to see multiple calendars, while in Outlook email screen, just like I could using Office 2010. Only having one calendar just doesn't cut it.
Bradford Dussiaume commented
It is really ridiculous that you cannot see more than one month on the todo bar calendar. Microsoft, you really screwed up this time. Please FTLOG bring it back!
Jonathan Hoppe commented
I do miss that feature from the older version. My needs require 2 months.
David Grossman commented
The same deficiency exists in Office/Outlook 2019. I agree that the way it is configured at the moment is a waste of space. I would like to display multiple months.
New user to 365 at work and was astounded this it's lost functionality in this regard. It's making life hard when forecasting & counting back/froward weeks/months when managing multiple projects and SLAs. Also just to jump straight to particular days in the future or the past - please give it back!!!
Agreed. Bring this feature back, please.
I'd be amazed if this was removed on the basis of lack of use, as I'd assume most users need to think 1, 2, 3 months in advance when planning meetings and appointments. It was a really useful feature, and it's annoying to use the arrow to click through to the next or previous month, especially when there's plenty of screen real-estate in the default view.
Please allow choice of vertical / horizontal, and choice to show previous or next month alongside current month.
Stephen Longmire commented
You've forced me to surrender significant functionality by killing Office 2010 this January - the least you could do is replace the ability to control how many months appear in the todo bar!
Agree with previous commets. Restricting the calendar to one month in the To-Do bar makes it pointless having it there.
I really used this a lot in previous versions of outlook and very disappointed it has been removed from 365.
Please reinstate multiple calendar months in the To-Do bar
Eddie Carver commented
This is a very valuable function for the Sales and Production Control folks that I support. Please ALLOW multiple calendars in the To-Do bar.
Yes. Definitely need this back. I just switched from 2010 to 2016 and I can't believe this option is not available. Makes no sense. Extremely frustrating. I use this in a very active business environment.
we need this back
Why did they remove this? Why?
Bring it back!
Brent Bestwick commented
one more item to add to the list of good things that got dumped with the move from Office 2010 to Office 2016 :(