Unified Inbox for Outlook 2016
Outlook needs a unified Inbox similar to the Outlook for iOS app. For those of us with multiple email accounts it would be very convenient to have all emails arrive in one inbox; perhaps color-coded to show which account they were delivered to.
This is a must. Hard to believe that the outlook product management needs us to vote on it. This is hands done the most lacking feature for me as I consider moving back from Mac to PC.
Charles M. commented
Outlook desktop (Windows) is one of, if not THE ONLY email app on the planet (including Outlook for Mac, as I understand it) that does NOT have the capability to display a unified IMAP Inbox, despite gazillions of User requests in countless forums. Outlook is great if you have one or a few email accounts, but for us business/power users with many accounts, it's a clunky and maddeningly inconvenient implementation at best.
At this point, one can only conclude that Microsoft refuses to implement this universally-extant feature out of sheer spite for its Users. I've owned every version of every Office-type app since the very beginning, but it's precisely this kind of inexplicable tone-deafness on the part of Microsoft that constantly has me wanting to jump ship.
There is no unified inbox in PC version. This is a must have feature that is present in the MAC version.
Kelley Davidson commented
Outlook 365 and Outlook Mobile have an unifed inbox. Why doesn't Outlook 2016 client have it.
Afficher tout les mails
Show all mails
Pouvoir afficher tout les mails de toutes les boîtes de réception (comme dans l'application mobile d'Outlook)
Be able to display all the mails of all the inboxes (as in the mobile application of Outlook)
Je voudrais afficher tous les mails recus sur une boite de réception centrale comme ce que propose spontanément Apple ou Google
I would like to display all the emails received on a central inbox as spontaneously proposed by Apple or Google
Boite mail globale qui regroupe les mails arrivés de toutes les boites mails (perso ou pro)
Global mail box which gathers the mails arrived from all the mailboxes (perso or pro)
Steven K. commented
ABSOLUTE REQUIREMENT. NEARLY EVERYBODY HAS MULTIPLE EMAIL ACCOUNTS THESE DAYS.
Apple Mail has that feature an is therefore much more convenient.
Ed Harty commented
Please include a unified inbox in Outlook 365. I find Outlook to cumbersome to use without this feature and there are MANY alternative clients with this feature to choose from.
ed jones commented
MAC clients probably represnt a small fraction. There will be a fincanical reason MS arent implementing this.
ed jones commented
There must be a finanical reason MS arent implementing this...
Cary Veith commented
Unbelievable... cannot see all Inboxes in one view in Outlook on Windows10 OS. I'm just picking back up on a PC after being a Mac user for 15 years... for other data analysis reasons. I am flabbergasted at this inadequacy. Especially since Outlook on my Mac has all accounts in one view. How can Office 365 on a PC not do this? C'mon man! Get with it. How arcane!
scott mann commented
I monitor a lot of emails at lunchtime and afterhours. It would be nice to have them under one inbox.
Please include a unified inbox view, or combined inbox view, so that all accounts inboxes can be vied in one place.
Steve Hazlerig commented
Please. Can't believe Outlook 365 doesn't have this.
Reid Hankins commented
This should be in Outlook office 365 version for Windows too. Similar to how the Office Android app works.
NIck Stephens commented
****** UNIFIED INBOX ******
In 2019 this should be a standard feature
Scott yesIhaveone commented
Bipin Tavarool commented
Outlook for desktop Windows 10 should have a functionality allowing to show in a MAIN IN folder all the inboxes from different accounts or in a MAIN OUT folder all the outboxes of different mail accounts etc ...Similar to the Android app.
EVERY other email-client has a unified inbox - even the free ones. Having 5+ Accounts it's a pain not having one.
Outlook provides this on Android and MacOS/iOS but not on the native OS Windows. This should be a no-brainer!
At least give out a statement, this is wanted since 2016!