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Fully agree. I’m fed up. I have already created a gmail account and started transitioning my business away from outlook.SC supported this idea ·
We also need to be able to drag and drop recipients from To into Bcc. I am seconds away from deleting my Outlook account. You guys have got to give us the option to revert back to the old Outlook, this new version is not working.
I can't drag and drop a recipient from the "To" field into the Bcc field anymore? I really hate the new Outlook, there isn't one "improvement" that has been beneficial to me, it's only gotten worse. Just tried to fix something that wasn't broke.
I am not sure why my comment/feedback was merged with this comment - they are 2 different issues. Obviously this issue is something that I am either going to have to live with or else delete my outlook account for one that is more user friendly.
When I click on a senders name/email in a received email, it doesn't show me the persons contact info as I have it saved in my address book, it just shows me their name. I use this email to communicate with tenants in an apartment building and have their apt numbers saved in their contact page before their name in order to easily identify them - the only way I can see this now is to go to my address book and search for them every time I get an email to figure out what apt they are in. This wasn't an issue with the old outlook format. Extremely frustrating.