OS X has a Do Not Disturb feature in the notification panel. Outlook ignores the setting. I usually turn on OS X DND when I'm on a call.
At the moment, I have to close Outlook to be sure no sounds pop up.
Outlook should honor the OS X DND setting and mute itself appropriately.4 votes
Thank you for submitting this request, we’re a team that’s in charge of reading and reporting all feedback from users to our development teams.
We do want to get this type of suggestion to the correct team so we have forwarded this information and we have also created a similar suggestion in our Outlook Mac section.
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Add working week number option to calendars, as with Windows version9 votes
Good news. Starting in the April production release of Outlook for Mac (version 16.12), week numbers are now displayed for month view and in the mini-calendar in the sidebar in addition to day, week, and work week views.
Please refer to the release notes for more information:
Outlook for Mac team
Allow views of dual time zones in the calendar view, similar to Outlook for PC.86 votes
Good news. Beginning in the March production release of Outlook for Mac (version 16.11), you can now view two time zones in the calendar grid. Go to Preferences > Calendar > Time zones to select the second time zone.
Note: this feature is available via Office 365 subscription license activation.
Please refer to the release notes article here:
Outlook for Mac team
I use a lot of Outlook rules to have mail "Skip my inbox" and go directly to another folder. In outlook 2013 for PC, I can easily keep track of incoming mail to those folders by populating the "FAVORITES" section with each of those sub-folders. In Outlook 2016 for Mac, I have to make sure my ENTIRE folder structure is expanded and constantly scroll through it to make sure I haven't missed anything. Please add the "Favorites" feature as it's one of the only things keeping me from being productive.12 votes
This feature is now available in Production: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/outlookformac/2017/05/23/production-adding-email-accounts-just-got-easier/
I want to see favourites on my mac the same as on my pc. I have many email accounts and i want to choose what/how many i see by default. Seeing all inboxes is really distracting for me now on mac 2016.61 votes
This was released with version 15.36
I'd like to dedicate my Outlook for Mac - buisness votes to this feature also detailed here https://outlook.uservoice.com/forums/293343-outlook-for-mac/suggestions/14894964-format-painter
As the support page FAQ says, it is not yet available. https://support.office.com/en-gb/article/Format-email-messages-in-Outlook-2016-for-Mac-cb35806b-4174-41d2-9cba-b6b624d988b3?ui=en-US&rs=en-GB&ad=GB
Having just transitioned to mac from windows I think this is the thing a actually miss most. So many valuable minutes wasted trying to match fonts.56 votes
This feature is available since version 15.36.
Please add support for Office365 groups to Outlook 2016 for Mac desktop client. This functionality has existed in Windows since Outlook 2013 and the Office 365 Groups app has been available for iOS for a while now.
please add this to Outlook for Mac!72 votes
Groups support is available in production builds starting with 15.33.
NOTE: This works for Exchange / Office 365 account and requires Office 365 Subscription.
Add the most used and favorite folders on top of the folder list in mail pane43 votes
Hi! Support for favorites is now available in Mac Outlook, please go here for details – https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/outlookformac/2017/07/11/production-new-sidebar-with-favorites-and-send-later-now-available/
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