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    11 comments  ·  Outlook.com » Calendar  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    J S commented  · 

    I have an idea for the Calendar. When displaying a "Month", I think I would generally find it far more convenient if I could see the two weeks prior and the two weeks following - rather than just the calendar month we are in. The current display gives me the same information on the first of the month, as on the thirty-first. This isn't always useful, since I want to see different information when looking at my calendar on these different days. If I can't see what I have planned for next week - or even for the weekend - because it's cutoff by the end of the month, I don't find the display particularly useful.
    Generally, I might want to check up on the date something happened last week, or the date I need to do something in the next week or two. An option to have your calendar-month view swapped to "2 weeks prior to 2 weeks ahead", would be extremely beneficial.
    Thanks!

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    12 comments  ·  Outlook.com » Calendar  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    This is coming in the new version of Outlook.com. If you don’t already see it, you should soon see “Reply all by meeting” in the drop-down menu next to “Reply” when you click on a specific email. Hope that fits your needs. Thanks for the feedback.

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    J S commented  · 

    Agree with stein and Daniel:
    Please don't make it just a meeting invite - I use it more for my own appointments, doctor visits and the like, etc.

    I just want a button that:
    1) opens a calendar event,
    2) imports the text of the current email into the description/details (or gives the option to do so),
    3) looks for an address to populate the location with
    4) looks for a date & time to fill in appropriate fields.

    Even if half the date/time items are wrong, I'm MORE than halfway done!

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    25 comments  ·  Outlook.com » Calendar  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    J S commented  · 

    Maps integration in general. Right now if I open a meeting on my phone, I almost have to type them into my default maps app to get directions. This is silly.
    When I open an item on my android (or other) phone, it would make sense if the location was tap-able (w/o editing the item) and would automatically load itself in my default mapping app when tapped.
    Would this be possible?

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