Universal Unsubscribe Button!
Please add a button that allows the user to unsubscribe from a mailing list with just one click! Instead of having to click unsubscribe/fill out the form to confirm email/uncheck mailing addresses/reply with "stop" etc, one button automatically kills that email from appearing in your inbox again. Worst case this turns into a better version of the "junk" feature and re-reroutes to an "Unsubscribed" folder/filter if it can't automatically unsubscribe for you.
I'd like to be able to unsubscribe from internal emails.
Sometimes someone adds you to an email as they think you can contribute something. But then the email gets a life of it's own and you continue to receive.
I would like to FLAG that I don't want to receive the email anymore. Ideally Outlook would retain this information and if someone replies to the email thread then they are advised that I have requested not to receive. By default it will remove me, but maybe (in this case) I do need to receive and the sender gets to confirm that I need to receive it.
Fantastic idea! This makes great sense both for the person managing the distribution list and for the user attempting to subscribe/unsubscribe from that list. It would be a time-saver! Gmail is not the only mail app that has this feature. The iOS Mail app also offers an unsubscribe option but not a subscribe one. Perfect opportunity for Microsoft to design something truly polished and user-friendly that bests the competition.
Great idea! Gmail does this successfully. Hopefully Microsoft can do the same in Outlook. This prevents a user from risking clicking on an Unsubscribe link at the bottom of an email that shows a domain that is different from the sender company domain (which is common since they'll often outsource their unsubscribing/email marketing to a third party company to handle that task). The risk comes when a scammer uses a near identical email and a spoofed header to embed a malicious link in place of the Unsubscribe link, opening up a gaping hole of disaster if clicked on.