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    David commented  · 

    Not everyone has huge, high-resolution displays. Using Outlook 2016 on a smaller monitor is less comfortable than ever before because folder-list items take up more room, so if you have a lot of folders you can't see them all at once. The ribbon in Office 2016 uses more space than in 2013 too - so there's even less space to see things with.

    GMail has the "Cosy" and "Compact" modes - desktop Outlook would be well served by adding similar functionality.

    I also want an ability to hide folders and nodes from the navigation list when in Mail mode. I don't use Groups and Search Folders, for example, so why should they take up valuable space?

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