Show CC and BCC fields by default when composing an email
At the very least the CC line should be there. I use it on 90% of the emails I send.
Agree with the comments, especially to "cc" is a typical requirement and this ability should at least be configurable to always show the "cc" field.
I often want to add CCs to a message. In the new outlook, I need to click on the CC button every time.
Please add a option to always show the CC (and BCC) fields.
Mark Wooten commented
Right now when replying to a message inline, you have to manually select the CC button to make it available. There should be a setting to have it always available.
Christine Vienna commented
I have BCC our CRM every time I email a customer. If BCC it's always displayed as part of my composition window, which I set it to be in the previous version, I can easily tab through as I compose my message and add the BCC address. Having to click to display it each time is slowing me down and I'm likely going to switch to the previous version until this is available.
Taylor Durham commented
Instead of creating a new 'idea' this is my comment:
Every single time I start a new email I have to use my mouse to 'open' the Cc: field. This is very cumbersome for heavy keyboard users. 2 Possible solutions would be great:
Solution 1: In settings, a toggle for show Cc:/Bcc: fields by default
Solution 2 (preferred, and more forward thinking): Cc: and Bcc: fields visibility is persistent across the application. For instance, the first time I show the Cc: field the application remembers. Next time I open a new email, it is already visible.
Ian Miller commented
I know you can do the drop down to add a CC to an email, but I almost always copy someone so it would be good to be able to always have that field displayed.
In the "New Outlook", you currently have to click "CC" when composing a new email when it is not a separate window. There should be a toggle to always show the CC line.
Wilmore, Dave commented
CC should be displayed when creating an email instead having to select