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Doug Rhoten

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    471 comments  ·  Outlook for iOS » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Doug Rhoten commented  · 

    There is no way to remove an email address from the autocomplete list.

    After entering the wrong email address for somebody I often send email to, I now have two email addresses and the wrong address now appears right next to the correct one.

    Since they are very close together, it’s very easy to select the wrong one.

    I’ve deleted all emails related to the bad address, and removed the contact but there is no way to remove it from the autocomplete.

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    168 comments  ·  Outlook for iOS » Mail  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Doug Rhoten commented  · 

    As someone who gets multiple lengthy newsletters every day, I don’t want to start reading an email and only get part way through it before having to click a read more button which pops open the email in a new view (after a pause) and then forces me to scroll back down to find where I left off.

    A very frustrating UX that breaks the flow of reading an email. I realize Outlook is free, but this “feature” has me looking at paid applications.

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    Doug Rhoten commented  · 

    Every year, I hold a code camp for software developers and I organize the emails I receive into different folders.

    CodeCamp2015
    |_ registration
    |_ speakers
    |_ sponsors
    CodeCamp2016
    |_ registration
    |_ speakers
    |_ sponsors

    When I go to move emails from the inbox to the registration folder for 2016, the find feature shows me all the folders the match "registration".

    Because the find feature does not also list the parent folder I do not know which folder is the correct one to use.

    It would be great if the search results showed the parent folder. If there is more than one parent folder, then I could display the line preceded by an ellipse and allow the user to left swipe to see the entire path.

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