I want to be able to move mail to selected subfolders.
I find it difficult to believe that Outlook's designers have never seen a folder tree with sub-folders with the same name, but different content, on different branches of the top-level folder.
Example: Top-level: Stores
First sub-level, Pennys, Homedepot, Microsoft
Second sub-level, duplicated in each of the above: Wishlist, receipts, credit
In Classic and the earlier versions of Beta, Move To displayed the entire tree and it was swy to select the desired subfolder.-
Michel Barrett commented
I have some subfolders with exactly the same name, and using the tree view I have no problem knowing which one I want to sort to, but now with this new system I have to go rename all of those folders just to avoid ambiguity even though the tree view did that before.
Why did you take away the sub folders viewing in the "Move to" process!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It's so hard to work with now!!!!! If it's a seldom used folder/sub folder that you may not know name of, the search bar is useless.
Geoff Wingard commented
Why can I only move _4_ items at a time from my inbox to a subfolder? ? ?
When I want to move a email message to a subfolder, the menu does not allow me to find a subfolder by using the tree structure of subfolders. It only has the option for 'all subfolders'. This means that I have to search through 000's of subfolders. Your recent upgrade eliminated 'select subfolder' option.
I need to see the subfolders I've created when I open the "Move to" option.