I'd love to be able to add notes for myself to emails when I file them. Something that would not forward if I reply later.
Something like sticky note that you could attach to an email, but would not forward with the email when you reply. (for user's eyes only).
Would be especially helpful if I could attach relevant files when filing emails (w/o sending a new email) or attach/connect other email chains so I could easily keep all relevant information together.
I was going to suggest this myself... I get a lot of emails that have to sit in my inbox or ones that I file within Outlook. I would love the ability to add Comments/notes to myself attached to the email for so many reasons: remind myself of the email importance, give background/context, create an action plan on it, make notes on it as new information comes in relating to that email/action etc
K. N. commented
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Dear Diary, between us only.
PLEASE PLEASE add this feature. It would be so helpful to SO many!!!
Peter Cockhuyt commented
This is really a great idea. I wanted to post this remark myself, but obviously I'm not the only one with this concern. I tried to develop some kind of system were I added my comments in OneNote to mails, but working on two platforms for the same purpose was really timeconsuming.
Hope Microsoft support takes this idea to development team.
I would love this option myself. I've searched for this in the past with no result so I have to go through the process to edit the email to add a "note" but I have to make sure that if I forward, reply, save, and/or print, that I remove the note I added.
Kristi White commented
I've been wanting this for years! Matthew, yes! To "add note" to where you can remind yourself why it's still sitting in your inbox, but don't have to worry about your edits going onto the next receiver.
Love this idea!!
Matthew Darragh commented
Me to. If we can hover the mouse pointer over the email and it has a small pop up note that we've right click "add note" done earlier. Is Microsoft reading these suggestions?
I agree that this is a really important requirement that should be added to Outlook. I often find myself wanting to write myself a note about an email, i.e. just for myself, and not wanting any of the recipients to see it.