Automatically change incoming message colors and fonts based on sender, subject or recipient for Outlook 2016 for Mac
I'm having the problem in my company that people aren't reading the emails from me. It was suggested that we set me up on everyone's computer with a different color than black so it stands out more in the inbox. I figured out how to do this with the Window's PC's but not the Macs using Outlook. I'd really like this to be an added feature. Thanks!
Tibor Horvath commented
Hi, I just encountered a problem in the new Outlook Calendar design (black). If one wish to insert an appointment with yellow background, the text in it remains white. It is hardly to read. It would be much more convenient, if it changed automatically to black or any darker colour.
Kavian Moradhassel commented
The ability to define a view for message folders that includes conditional font formatting (with color being one of the formatting options) is the #1 feature I miss from Outlook on Windows, after switching to Mac. My Inbox is soooo much harder to browse now that everything is the same color and style.
Benson Tse commented
I think related, ability to change color of message lines based on text strings as described by original suggestion. I.e. If subject contiains "FAILURE" flag font header line as RED vs. if it contains "PASS" flag font header line as GREEN. Having moved from Outlook for Windows to Outlook for Mac, I miss this feature.