Schedule email and Calendar Appointment in Inbox and Calendar like on iPhone Outlook app!
Add the ability to schedule/archive emails like you can in the wonderful Outlook for iPhone app! Swiping two fingers to the right or left on the email to archive or schedule wonder be amazing! It should include this feature in Drafts as well.
You can swipe to the side and "Schedule" an email in the Inbox to go to a Scheduled folder until the time that you have it scheduled for when it shows up again in your Inbox at the time that you need to deal with it!
This is THE KILLER feature that would put Outlook far above all the rest!
The delay message feature is limited to desktop applications and is the single most missed feature in 365. Puh-leeze make this feature available in 365.
I would love, if I could delay or plan the sending of an email. Just like you can plan your posts on FB,...
Mohammad Taha commented
Please add a 'Schedule Send' Feature
add an email feature so we can schedule emails to be sent at different times... eg. Google Boomerang.
A delay feature. Where you can establish emails for a future date and set a time and date for them to send
Cher Powell commented
After drafting an email, set it up to send at a designated date and time
It would be ideal to have a feature in which all emails can be held in the outbox during specified hours (i.e. any email drafted between 7 pm and 7 am stays in the outbox until 7 am unless manually pushed to send).
Ability to schedule what time you want an email sent (eg. Written email ready to be sent, but schedule the email to be sent the following morning).
Being about to Send all outbound "Delayed" emails at once (i.e: At the end of the work day)
-Having a send arrow "->" in the users Outbox, and labeled "Send All Now"?
-When closing outlook - being prompted if you user would like to "Send all E-mail in their Outbox before closing"
Maya Dudley commented
One hitting the send button give the following options.
1 Send now
2. Send at a set time
3.Send when outlook is closed
This gives the chance to make sure you wanted to send it then be able to custom when it is sent. If it is a single or urgent email then send straight away. Secondly if you have a specific time the email needs to be sent and thirdly if you are doing a number of emails and want to complete them all before sending.
Make it so we can have an email in the outbox but choose to send it at a later time.
Ability to schedule the sending of an email
The "Send Later" button in the Mac version of Outlook is the best feature I've ever had in an email service. If you're like me, you have to set more reminders than is humanly possible to keep track of every single day and it's better if those reminders come back to you at strategic times.
With improved integration of the email scheduling feature on Windows and making it mimic what Mac OS users have, the experience can be greatly improved, especially for those of us with heavy multitasking volumes.
set up emails to be sent out at a particular time in the future- For example have an email ready to be sent out at 08:00 am in the morning the next da
Send all mail at a pre-defined time every day, e.g. 17.00 PM. At the moment, it is only possible to delay of x minutes every mail, or to deactivate the "automatic send", or to fix this delay delivery for every mail manually. It would also be nice if we could manually send one mail earlier than the pre-defined time if needed
Eduardo Reyes commented
When sending an email to someone would be great to have options on the send icon/button to schedule for later just like on mac computer it would make life alot easier.
Ability to schedule messages to jump up back on Inbox next week, tomorrow, tonight... like Outlook mobile
Office 365 Japan Support Team commented
I'd like to send notifications by specified the time when I created new schedule items on Outlook Client.
(Similar features to "Do not deliver before" option)
It would be great if it was possible to send emails on a specific date (that is possible) and have a feature repeat it once in a time (to send it in a cycle repetitively i.e. once in a week, every 10 days till the expiry date). It would help me to remind the recipient of the message to do the task, make an action, without me remembering about sending reminders.