Folders - Ease Moving Emails into Folders
Please re-add under "Move To" on an email the "Move To A Different Folder" vs. "All Folders." For someone with multiple folders and subfolders, the "All Folders" option is very confusing when attempting to move emails to various folders.
Kim A Wilson commented
How difficult is it? Just program OWA to show more destination folder options after clicking "move" or "move to"
improvement regarding "Moving to folder" option.
I receive mails which belongs to two folders which i created. I am facing problem that in which folder i move that mail. Is there any feature that same mail will shows up in both folders.
patrick thursby commented
collapsible folder tree has gone, bring it back
Office 365 Japan Support Team commented
In the desktop app Outlook, you can move all emails by selecting all with [Ctrl] + [A], but I want Outlook on the Web to do the same.
デスクトップアプリのOutlook では [Ctrl] + [A] にてすべて選択することですべてのメールを移動できますが、Outlook on the Web にも同様の操作ができるようにしてほしい。
It is not possible to select and move all the e-mails from a folder
limitation on search to 250 items only?
unable to move all items within one email folder to another folder?
Fahey, Nathan (MGCS) commented
"Move to" allows you to type the folder name which is great feature in the web version of Outlook. Can this be put into the desktop version of Outlook please?
I would like the ability to move and or delete EVERY folder. I do not care for, and don't use, some folders like Groups or Archive. These folders are set to the top of my list and my created Folders are down below. I have checked the help screens and I find that I am unable to actually move my folders to be above these "fixed" folders. It would be nice to be able to move these folders altogether, hide them, or even delete them completely so that my more frequently used folders are higher and accessible instead of having to use the scroller to find my folder.
In addition, when I drag an email to the folder list it should scroll if the folder is below what is visible.
Move email (via sub meny accessed by right-clicking on an email) used to contain option move to other folder (in case not one of the latest accessed folder). Now t only has move to other inbox. Please add move to folder.
Suggestion: it would be most helpful, when dragging a message from the Inbox to another folder, if the folder list would scroll when you reach the bottom of the screen. It's a little annoying that it presently does not do this. Thank you.
I need to be able to move all contents of one folder to another folder
I NEED COLLAPSABLE FOLDERS in the move to option!!!!!
My folders did not transfer over to the new outlook. I have information in fokders I would need.
New Move command is ridiculous. Move to a Different Folder is gone along with collapsed folders. Now you have to scroll through every single folder and sub folder to move something. Another EXTREMELY INEFFICIENT idea from Microsoft.
Mayra I Harley commented
I use the "Move to" feature a lot to keep my mail organized. I miss the option to "Move to a different folder" since I often have messages that I must to move to folder that I do not frequent or used recently. Having this option made it quick for me to move it and move on.
The new look replaced this feature with "Search for a folder" which it did not register with my brain right away. I had to switch back to the old version to figure it out. I have sense returned to the new version because I like the clean look and feel.
But keeping the same menu/sub-menu structure would have helped in keeping the confusion for most users to a minimum.
Thanks for listening.
Katt A Hernandez commented
For moving emails into folders you typically choose, it will read "Move to FOLDER NAME"
I agree. I wish we could search for folders as well when moving from the inbox view. This would make it faster.
Moving read messages to archive folders is extremely difficult in the "new" Outlook. If it were as easy as the "old" Outlook, I would be happy to switch to the "new" Outlook.
We dont see "move to folder" button while message is opened in full screen.