On the calendar, in the Daily View, Work Week View, and Week View there is a blue horizontal line to indicate the current time. I'd like to
On the calendar, in the Daily View, Work Week View, and Week View there is a blue horizontal line to indicate the current time. In the two weekly views, I'd like to suggest that the line be darker in the middle when the line crosses the current day of the week. This would help emphasize the current day of the week and make finding 'now' much easier.
Og Ramos commented
I'm with everyone else! Why was this done? It makes no sense and the line on the web version makes more sense. Can we please add the line back?!
Joakim Olsson commented
This is so stupid! Why would i want a time indicator on previous days? I want it back to current day (as it was before)! Please fix asap! (or give us a choice in the settings)
Rainer Schrom commented
Absolutely agree! What good does the time line do on yesterday?
I thought this was a coding error.
The time line should be only on the present day in my opinion.
the time bar offset to the previous day is a bug in windows outlook as it is on the actual day in OSx and android. please fix this as it is very annoying
If the time bar was on today that would be fantastic. Since they changed it I keep looking at yesterday and have been late for a couple of meetings. I had to set my reminders to 1/2 hour so I do not miss important items.
I'm new to Oulook Calendar and the current time indicator baffles me. I don't need a visual guide to help me remember what I did exactly 24 or 48 or 72 or 96 hours ago or what I will do exactly 24 or 48 or 72 or 96 hours in the future. I just want to know what is happening now. A time indicator that only appears on today's column would be much easier to read.
Agree wholeheartedly with the other comment. Current time has zero relevance to previous days. The current time bar should *only* show up on the current day. The fact that it only shows up on previous days and *not* on the current day is absurd.
Or, just have the line on the current day, and the specific hour. In other words, break the line in two, one over the hour, one over the day that move together throughout the day. Basically, just don't have the line on the days that are not currently happening.