Number of Read vs Unread Emails in Folder
Would be much more helpful if I could view the 'number' indicating the number of unread emails or emails moved via a rule was to the LEFT of the folder instead of the right. If my folder name is too long then I do not see the 'number' unless I click on the folder. I want to be able to just glance at the folder to determine if I need to check.
John Tedesco commented
With the available resources in today's technology there should be no reason to only show "unread emails" count (which disappears after reading the messages). I would suggest the following:
IN BOX 123 (12) where 123 is the total number of messages in the IN BOX and 12 is the number of unread messages.
It would be great if the number of unread mails for Focused and Other folders would be shown in Ootw. We can see the number of unread emails in the Inbox, so it would be convenient if each tray’s unread mail counts can be shown.
Reflect the correct number of unread mails in Inbox when filtering by Unread.
Please add the number of unread emails (in parenthesis) in the tab title. Something like ( (1) Mail - User - Outlook). It's hard to see the little red dot on the logo for new/unseen emails. A text will be far more noticeable than the current red dot.
I have many sub-folders within parent folders. The parent folder must show the number of unread emails, so that one knows there are unread emails in sub-folders.
Amy Renaud commented
Need to see number of total emails per folder, not just unread, or have a way to count them.
It would be great if you could see the number of emails in your folders (especically your inbox).
If you like to keep your inbox empty and sorted into subfolders - it is really helpful to see how many mails you still have in your inbox (mails that requires action).