Multiple choices of colors, background and themes like black theme in Desktop Outlook 2016
Multiple choice of colors and themes like black theme in Desktop Outlook 2016. Also provide an option of feature to reduce too much white space used in Microsoft Outlook. The new outlook is very complicated. Unfortunately I was forced to upgrade to outlook 2016 and Windows 10, otherwise I would have kept the old version of outlook. Microsoft need to consider people feedback and make material changes to outlook in order for users to be able to use it in the most efficient way. Right now, I am finding difficulties in using this outlook. Outlook should be more colorful like the old version so users can distinguish between mailbox, folders, junk, recycle…etc. Users should be able to easily find folders and folders with new version of outlook, just like old version. New version is all white and gray and doesn’t allow users to easily find required options. Also layout should be more efficient and unnecessary options must be removed. It’s important for Microsoft to understand that outlook is used for business purpose and users with high volume of work/tasks will not be able to easily coop with their work using a complicated outlook. Outlook layout look very busy and they are so many options. Bring old version back. It was easier to work and handle emails. Also an option to match color schemes or themes with an organization’s color themes would enhance customization.
Your new outlook is really very monotonus, not userfreindly at aal, No much options, no more themes nothing, Outlook 2007 was better than t
Outlook 2019 is the worst for clarity and ease of use. It is so bland, it feels like looking through a wall of fog.
I changed from 2007 to 2013 and that was a step down but now the change to Outlook 2019 is worse again.
No colours, No enhancement of headings, sections...
Now that we have the option for a dark theme when reading an email, please could we have a dark theme option for the "Outlook Today" screen.
FERRALI Xavier commented
Comment mieux visualiser le quadrillage du calendrier de travail, ma vue baisse...
How to better visualize the grids of the work schedule, my view goes down ...
Comment mieux visualiser le quadrillage du calendrier de travail, ma vue baisse…penser aux personnes âgées
How to better visualize the grids of the work schedule, my view goes down ... thinking of the elderly
would like to have a plain yellow aswell as a plain orange theme added to outlook if possible...as i know there not many colour options added...
:) thanks... make the dream happen
Mark O'Brien commented
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Beverley Nicolaides commented
please provide a 2010 theme. this version is not good on my eyes, the letters look cartoonish and blurry and the blue text is not a good idea.
Actually make the 'Colorful' setting, erm, colourful. A blue bar at the top and very light grey menus is not colourful!
Increase new colorful themes
More customization on Outlook 365, it is very dull and hurts your eyes a bit as it is all one color.
Please give us the ability to decide which type of UI we like. You have the source code from the previous version. Just let it be and integrate the new and add an SWITCH statement at the top to determine which one to use for rendering. This is programming 101.
Color skins so this thing isn't flat like a desert and causes migraines from eyestrain!!!! OMG, tell Helen (Keller) to get an assistant in design!!!
Under theme provide light grey.
Craig Nagdeman commented
Can see my multiple colors conditional formatting much better
Mais opções de cores para temas.
More color options for themes.
With Windows 10 Office 2016 user interface is not very user friendly. Office 2010 theme was very user friendly and should have been continued. If your theme is based on user feedback, a option to use Office 2010 should always be given so that we can go back to old theme and still have newer options. You will find that most users will go back to old theme. They want to work and not want to play with outlook. BUSINESSES WANT MORE PRODUCTIVITY AND NOT COLORED THEME. Flaw is Office 2016 themes are below.
1. The font size is very small and not easily readable.
2. Office 2010, in Inbox email could be easily segregated and more soft on eyes. Newer version is bright.
3. The Calendar in older outlook has only one line for each meeting, while newer one has multiple line if there is one meeting for the day.
Alejandro Navarro commented
A simple implementation could be a port of the already available black background on Windows Explorer.
We have been able to use and adjust custom themes in Windows for years now. I would like to see that same feature used in the office products and independent of one another. As it stands we have 4 choices. Let's add some themes, different colors, different backgrounds, some fonts. I love outlook for a mail program but am really tired of look and feel of it. Let's spice it up a bit. Give us some choices for the money we are paying. I know it is a little extra, and doesn't really help the program but would still be nice to have anything other than black, dark grey, and whatever colorful is suppose to be.
Customize Outlook Today has had the same 4 styles for years. I just swapped from your colorful theme to dark grey and I am already blah with it.
Once again I know nothing serious and not program breaking, but would still be nice to see some individual "flair" with our office programs at home.
C. Schaefer commented
Ich würde es auch hier schön finden, vor allem wird es übersichtlicher, wenn ich mir "meinen" Hintergrund farbig so anpassen könnte, wie ich es gerne hätte. Beim Adressbuch, wäre schon gut, wenn man die einzelnen Zeilen, besser erkennen würde.