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marlink@chapman.edu

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    Under review  ·  783 comments  ·  Outlook for iOS » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    marlink@chapman.edu commented  · 

    ALL NOTIFICATIONS should be disabled during quiet hours, not just sounds and banner/pop-ups. Finally adding scheduled quiet hours has saved my sanity, but the fact that the app still shows your unread badge count on the app icon is still a notification. I currently just have badges disabled, as I don’t need that red number nagging me after hours.

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    marlink@chapman.edu commented  · 

    Scheduled Do Not Disturb is a great addition, but it needs an option to also turn off badges during the scheduled time.

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    marlink@chapman.edu commented  · 

    Like most other commenters, I turn off my Outlook notifications outside of business hours -- and turn them back on when I'm at work. It would be nice if I could set "do not disturb" hours so that this would happen automatically. It would be even more useful if I could set this sort of notification schedule on a per account basis. I.e., I'd like to only receive work notifications during business hours, but personal email notifications at all times. Right now I'm forced to use a separate email app for my personal mail to achieve this -- even though I greatly prefer Outlook.

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    marlink@chapman.edu commented  · 

    To keep my work/life balance, I use Outlook for work email and a separate app for personal. I do not work "on call" and manually disable notifications when I am off work. It would be awesome if Outlook could have its own, built-in scheduled "Do Not Disturb" functionality, as I only need Outlook notifications turned off when I'm not working (but do need to leave my other apps' notifications turned on).

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    36 comments  ·  Outlook for iOS » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    marlink@chapman.edu commented  · 

    This is the one feature I would want most, and it would be even nicer if this sort of schedule could be set up on a per-account basis (for those of us who would like to use the app for both work and personal accounts). This is the only reason I don’t currently use Outlook for my personal email, since I would want to leave my personal notifications on while turning off the work account.

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    marlink@chapman.edu commented  · 

    After the latest "fast ring" update to Outlook, the badge count/notification of unread emails shows the unread emails in ALL accounts. Prior to this update, the badge would only show the unread count of my primary inbox. After the update, it also shows the unread count in my department's shared inbox. It would be nice to choose which of these behaviors is preferable, as I bet some people may like this change and others (like myself) absolutely hate it.

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    18 comments  ·  Outlook for iOS  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    marlink@chapman.edu commented  · 

    Add an option to the Outlook Force Touch dropdown menu turn toggle notifications on or off. This would be especially helpful for anyone who only checks Email during work hours. Right now there are way too many taps to toggle (Settings -> scroll or search for Outlook -> tap Outlook -> toggle notifications switch). Would be great if there was a way to do this per account, for those that have both a work account and personal account setup.

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