Unread Email Count - Move it back!
I hate that the new unread email count for any box is aligned to the right. I cannot find anything online on how to fix this. PLEASE change this back or at least give the user the ability to determine if they want the count number next to the folder name or aligned differently.
Amos PHUA commented
I hate it too. Please move it back or allow user to choose the alignment.
Thank you very very much.
Anthony Anderson commented
While you are at it, show unread message numbers for collapsed sub-folders in the main folder. When open, show the normal view.
Francheska McKinney commented
Yep...it's driving me absolutely nuts. I was trying to figure out a away to move it back, and after much searching, gave up and searched online, but I can see that there is no way to do this in the new/current layout. PLEASE MOVE THE EMAIL ALIGNMENT COUNT BACK BACK.
And can we have the folders with unread emails highlighted bold again while you are at it? It's about user preference, so at least give the users the option to decide
Why doesn't let user have an option to align right or left! tired to hear official answers.
J. Griffin commented
Please make the total count AND unread count optional. I would like the counts to disappear, when desired, or only appear for the Inbox. Those bright blue numbers are really distracting now that they are right justified. Please give us options rather than just deciding for us.
Move it Back! Why in the world would this have been a forced change. When you have long folder names you lose easy visual association of the email count for the folders...it is unusable when right justified!!!
Daniel Meier commented
Please change it back, as I have a lot of folder and they are not bold anymore when containing unread items
Kristin Turner commented
I absolutely LOVE that these are all aligned to the right.
Shormila Roy commented
Please change this back - how annoying.
please give an option to change this back. I have my windows organized where i can just see the unread number, now that it's right justified, it's screwing my window layout.
If you reduce the column width it will help a bit.
Could someone from Microsoft at least give a reason why the thought moving this would be a "value add"?
I don't get it and now I have to strain to understand my nested folders...
Abigail Sherman commented
Please change it back or provide an option - this is not acceptable. I have tons of folders and rules and with the numbers off to the right I can tell what to check.
Please revert this change which is causing serious issues... Or at least provide an update to use either one...
This change is so stupid and annoying! Whoever came up with this **** should be fired immediately! STOP "FIXING" THINGS THAT AREN'T BROKEN!!!!
I have a feeling this is as accurate as it goes
Outlook program manager: i want to change the position of the unread e-mail count.
Outlook engineer: why no one has asked for this to be changed and is a waste of our time.
Outlook program manager: Just do it.
Change the position back as to read the unread messages is now
1. annoying as i multiple length named folder and this now make it hard to see which ones have e-mail
2. add an option so the end user can change this is if they so wish
Peter Smith commented
This makes it hard to read. It appeared like this some time ago but then quickly disappeared. It needs to disappear again, quickly please
Stefano Orsini commented
Really MS, no option? I concur, I can quickly scan my folders for new mail as I keep some unread and now its not easy unless I move the right justified column closer which cuts off my folder names.... Stop trying to be Apple....I don't use Apple products because "they" force you how you should use the software....