The Sort function not working right, basic functions lost.
In classic version, I can sort inbox mails "sent from" and drag up and down to the first to last person in alphabetically order very quickly and therefore able to find a person easily and quickly. But in Beta version, I can not drag down to the end all at once. I have to continue scroll down and scroll down and it slowly load up the next few people. It takes forever to find a person in alphabetically order.
In classic version, I can sort Sent Items by "sent to". But in Beta version, that function is completely lost. There is no way to sort Sent Items by people we sent to. It lost the very basic function that exited for over 20 years since it was still hotmail. How can I like this version?
WHAT IS IT GOING TO TAKE TO GET EMAIL TO SORT WITH OLDEST ON TOP!?!?!?!?!?! This is NOT a new feature and was reported during BETA.
I'm all for enhancements but am highly agitated with losing basic functionality to get it!
filter function to sort is slow/doesn't work - it used to be fast until the new version of outlook came out.
Thomas Somers commented
Please make sure it is possible to quickly scroll through the list of emails using Home, PgUp, and PgDn. These currently no longer function - not even when clicking inside the list area, or selecting an email. Getting back to the top of the email list is thereby made laborious: by using the ridiculously slender scroll bar. Not even clicking "Inbox" returns one to the top of the page.
I am having exactly the same problem, I can't find emails in the Sent folder as I can't Sort By "Sent to" which has disappeared, should be a basic function that is available and was available in Classic.
Takes ages scrolling down trying to find anything.....
Can't change back to Classic, it automatically changed the account to Beta!
another problem, rules for sorting not working,to forward specific emails no longer works new interface, i tried add what i used to have but when i save it says no items found, so no longer forward emails based on rules.