Please RETURN the option to list / display the Inbox in a "Pages" view, (say 20 items per page), the new "Scrolling bar" method for listing emails is a mess, jerks all over the place, and makes moving through historical emails a pain in the neck.
The new system breaks on slow internet connections,... BRING BACK THE "PER PAGE" OPTION !!!!!
PLEASE AND AGAIN I DO NOT WANT TO GO TO MICROSOFT ACCOUNT! I ONLY WANT SEE MY MAIL!
P.S.: I WILL KEEP DOING UNTIL YOU GUYS LISTEN!
ALSO STOP SENDING ME TO MICROSOFT ACCOUNT EVERY TIME I LOGIN! I DO NOT WANT TO USE IT! ONLY MY MAIL!!
P.S.: again, LISTEN TO YOURS USERS! THANKS!!
Also, RETURN TO PREVIOUS SET-UP! Every time this "new" beta stuff has some really annoying issues!! LISTEN TO YOURS USERS!!!
P.s.: ALREADY 2 MONTHS AND BEEN STILL SAME ISSUES, JUST DROP THIS FOR GOD SAKE!!! Sorry, God...
Petter Nordgren commented
The Original poster is right!
I have several mail folders with thousands of old emails that I sometimes access, but I also have one folder that I access many times per day where I need to traverse the newest ca. 2000 emails in order to check older ones. Try that with this new scrolling system! It takes me about 1 min 50 secs every time! The "quickest" way is to grab hold of the scroll bar and pull it down to the bottom, and repeat this for as long as I have to, presently almost 2 minutes. I have now learned to open one browser just for that one folder, but there are other problems, sometimes when I read an email, then go back into list mode the view immediately shifts back to the top. What is even worse is that even if I don't touch the browser after reading an email, several times a day it regenerates everything and - yes, you guessed it! I have to scroll through 2000 emails again, for another almost 2 minutes. Aaargh, so frustrating!
But what is actually GOOD about the new scrolling? Until now I have only seen it on sites with lots of large photos to display, I'm guessing to avoid having to use a page system where you have to jump between pages, or to avoid having to put unnecessary strain on the browser by making it keep all the pictures on that page in memory.
But otherwise? Please tell me because I really want to know!
Please don't let it be just because it is "new & fresh" or it "looks cool"! Change wasn't actually necessary, you know? It used to work.