By default in conversation list show only items in the current folder.
Right now all sub-folders including sent items show up by default making it very long list for each email.
Please make it an option if email copies from other folders should be showed in the conversation. I use a rule that automatically makes a copy of all incoming emails, but with this new functionality in conversation view i see two copies of every email, this is very frustrating.
It's important to see all the email relation... If i have a relation in various folders, i want to see the thread with all the emails (including other folders).
In other hand, will be good an option to limit the count emails that i can see in the thread
this is really needed
Tim Baker commented
Yes, please add an option to toggle this on or off. I can see how some users would like this, however I am in the camp where I know what I said already and would rather have smaller conversations that are easier to navigate.
Sony Prijono commented
This needs to be an optional view you can toggle on/off.
I'd like to be able to limit the Conversation View to items in my inbox instead of seeing everything from every folder pertaining to the conversation. Having every item across every folder show up in the inbox is messy. Once in a non-inbox folder having everything in a single thread works, just not while in the inbox.
Please allow me to remove my responses from the conversation thread. I know what I wrote, I don't need it displayed in the thread.
If you have five messages in a thread and you reply to all five, you now have a thread of 10 messages, half are from yourself. Google added the option to Gmail to exclude your sent messages, please do the same for Outlook.
These were sent and not received, so should not be in the inbox. There does not appear to be a setting to disable this and it severely clutters conversation views on active email threads.
Thanks for your consideration.
Sent emails are showing in conversation threads by default and there's no option to turn them off. Please stop.