Flagged & Pinned Icons More Noticeable
Is it possible to make the Flag and Pin Icons more visible with some more color similar to the previous version?
Currently the icons are just an outline, however the previous version showed the icons filled with a color, for example, of red, making it more visible.
Flag and Pinned emails - (change the default highlighted color of these type of emails to any color!) The current default color is yellow (only color) is ****! You can hardly see these emails!
Lenard'n'Kathy Wright commented
The messages are so far apart, you can't see as many emails at a glance as before! The spacing needs to be closer! Also, when composing an email, there's no definite distinction between the subject and the body of the message; even a noticeable line between would be nice. And the flag & pin icons are not bright and noticeable enough! Please correct these or change them back to the way it was before!
Armando Barbosa commented
I am not able to flag or pin a message.
Our to unflag or unpin a message.
I think there are some bugs.
Heidi Ward commented
Give the option to darken in the pin or the flag so they're more noticeable.
The flag function needs to be much more prominent; it is so indistinct that it is difficult to find flagged emails.
Steven Eyre commented
The new Outlook layout is nice, but the flag and pin icons you can put at the side of messages need to be SOLID red and blue, not transparent. They are much much harder to see than before ? Thanks. Steve
Lindy Gessaman commented
when an email is flagged its just an outline of a flag and it used to be fully RED. with all the other colors its hard to see the flag. get rid of all these colors. its just confusing. thank you!
Virginia Smedberg commented
don't like new system - another point: the flags are way less obvious than in previous version - just outlines, the others were SOLID red, easy to spot. Why on earth did you change that?!? the whole point of flagging is to SPOT it fast, right??
Sometimes when I want to flag or pin a new email, hovering the cursor doesn't highlight the flag or pin for me to click it. It remains invisible.
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