move folder: seeing main folders of subfolders
I would like to be able to see the main folder of subfolders when moving an email in case of duplicate folders. For instance I have two folders called insurance, one in my home main folder and the other in my Holiday folder.
If by mistake a main folder is dragged to another folder, it becomes a subfolder - and there is no way back! That should not be the case, it used be possible to easily move folders in or out the main structure. Now, once a subfolder, always a subfolder unless I am missing a trick here.
Providing a long list of folders, without any structural context as previously was the case, now causes immense confusion for 2 reasons:
1. If you make use of lots of subfolder structures you end up with a huge list.
2. It is not possible to see exactly what subfolder you are moving the item to - and particularly so if, as I have, there are multiple sub folders with the same name.
This change is a major and extremely frustrating loss of functionality. Please can the old method be restored asap (or, at the very least, an option be provided to allow those of us who make EXTENSIVE use of sub folder structures, to activate the previous way of working - Move to Specific folder WITHIN a structure!).
In addition to the now straight laundry list of folders shown when using the move function, there is no way to see which are the parent folders and which are the subfolders. For someone like me who has a zillion folders and organizes a ton of emails, this simple list of every folder makes organizing emails absolutely impossible. I know the names of the parent folders much better than all the subfolder names. In the old method, when using "move" the parent folders were easily identified with the subfolders indented under the applicable ones. Very easy to find the folder you were looking for; now it is a big mess and a huge waste of time! So much for efficiency!
We lost an important feature with the new system. We look quickly for a sub-file as we need to go through all the files. Previously, we could easily look for the master file and then the sub-file.