Provide an option to add people to your Contacts based on the email communication in Microsoft Outlook 2016
Provide an option to add people to your Contacts based on the email communication in Microsoft Outlook 2016 similar to adding contacts from suggested contacts.
On forwarded emails add a feature that allows receipient to click on return address and add it to their contacts.
When we right click to 'Add to Contacts' from a received email, please open the entire contact form (or at least, Company, Title, Address, email, phone#s (all), Notes... Outlook 2016 requires WAY too many clicks just to add the basic contact info and it take a ridiculously cumbersome, annoying and time consuming. UX design should MINIMIZE clicks!!!
Quentin Christensen commented
Steve, you already can right click on say the sender in the from field and "Add to Outlook contacts" (although it is a much more convoluted process for keyboard users: open email, shift+tab until focus is on from field, shift+left arrow to select sender, then press context menu key and "add to Outlook contacts". What I read this request to be is to either automatically add, or prompt to add, people to your contacts based on your engagement, eg after replying to a particular sender a certain number of times (once, three times, whatever), then it's likely that person is someone you communicate with enough to want to add a contact for, so have Outlook either add them automatically, or ask "Would you like to add 'person' to your contacts"?
I think this may be the same: need previous 2010 functionality where in open email, right-click any TO or FROM address and select "Add to Outlook Contacts." If contact exists, ask Do you want to update contact?
If this is not the same, please move to a New Outlook 2016 Fix.
Auto add emails to contacts
Add the incoming email into contacts without prompt