Must be too hard for the developers of the outlook app to write the code to add this feature. Otherwise if would have been added a long time ago.
This has been a request of many for a long time. At what point will Microsoft listen.
Hey overpaid developers and PMs at
Microsoft. Do you ever bother to see what your customers are asking for??? Color Categories.
The most popular feature requested and the programmers at MS can't make it happen.
It appears that color coding is beyond the current skill set of Microsoft programmers and the program managers just don't care about the end user. Typical though of the company.
Would it be nice if the developers added features based on user desires vs however they want.
2017 still under review. Odds this is even looked at or even implemented this year? Slim to none.
Amazes me this has not already been implemented.
This must be too hard of a solution for Microsoft programmers to implement.
Over 15,000 people want color categories but you choose not to listen.
Second most popular feature requested, but we get stupid icons for calendars first. I know it's difficult to do Microsoft, but take a moment and listen the individuals want and deliver. Managers at Microsoft don't always know what's best.
Over 14000 thousand users want the ability to have color categories. Yet we get icons first.
Agenda Icons before color coding? Seriously. So sad.
Still waiting 6 months later
The code to write this into the app is far to difficult for any Microsoft developer to write, hence, despite being one of the most requested features, it still hasn’t happened.
This has been a request of users for years now. Most likely to hard for the programmers at Microsoft to code.
Is it too difficult?
Simple. Easy but too complicated for developers @microsoft
One of the most requested and ignored feature requests. I can only assume that the developers at MS lack the ability to code this.
Please get rid of it. Its about making things simple, your making it complicated.
why is it the charms for outlook.com are different from the charms when using the calendar app in Window's 10. One would think the programmers and PM's at Microsoft would be smart enough to think. "Hey...let's try to make features the same through all platforms". Guess that's probably why the IPhone App for Outlook still doesn't have color categories.
Charms that are the same when using outlook on the web and on the phone were the same