No other place to provide this feedback, so here goes...
I find it interesting that often the mail from <firstname.lastname@example.org> regarding features/changes to new Outlook.com are tagged by Outlook.com as SPAM. Microsoft tagging itself as spam...
Just happened again - and the mail that came in was to explain that the following "featurte" had been completed:
"You can now add senders to your safe sender list by clicking into an email, then click the “…” menu located at the top right of the email, and selecting “Add to Safe senders”.
Anyone see the irony?
Thanks for trying the Outlook.com beta! Your feedback is critical to our success.
This is a feature we have planned, and will enable in a future update.
Can no longer "drag" an existing address from the To to the CC: field.
Example: You get an e-mail, you elect to respond to all, but you really only want one person in the "To" field and the rest in the "CC: field. In old Outlook.com, you could just drag those contacts down. Not possible any longer.
Thank you for your feedback! This feature is planned and will come to the beta in a future update. We will reply back when it is available.
This is such a badly needed feature. What happened to it???
Easy "one click" search to filter out messages from one sender.
"Basic my dear Watson"
Current location of that button is HORRIBLE. Far too easy - and w/o any form of confirmation - to accidentally mark EVERYTHING in a mailbox pane as "read".
POOR POOR UX
I understand the the junk filter has nothing to do with the (visual) layout of a (potentially) new Outlook.com interface (please don't change it), but instead relies on the underlying Exchange machine. Still, it is sort of ironic that even after repeatedly tagging the feedback mails from <email@example.com> as "not junk", they still end up in junk folder.
Left hand does not talk to the right hand?
Thanks for your feedback on the Outlook.com beta! Yes we are considering account switching scenarios and will continue to monitor this feedback.