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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Please either replace the control on Outlook for iPhone that you use for enabling the focused inbox with one that is less clumsy to use. It constantly slides back from off to on. When you restart Outlook for the IPhone, it switches back on again.

    I find that the focused inbox is completely useless and causes me to lose important emails. Can you otherwise supply an option to remove it as it is not fit for any purpose.

    Kind regards
    Mike Howell

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    When I enable and set a time zone for an appointment, I want to see immediately underneath what time that will be in local time. I can then reject the appointment. At the moment, I have to enter the appointment, which then appears as good as at some random location in my calendar and then find it, and then decide if I want to delete it....USELESS!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Replace ribbon bars with standard menus and toolbars. The logic behind your ribbon bars is completely faulty.

    eg. When I create a task, I need to define the task by setting its category and reminder time, prereminder that kind of thing. These should be settings in the body of the reminder ITSELF not in a ribbon bar.

    If you put them into the ribbon bar, logic dictates that they are actions you can perform on the task. Settings/attribute are not actions they are ATTRIBUTES!

    I don't want to PERFORM something on the task like change its' colour (which should be in the subject line of the task and changeable by clicking on it, not in the ribbon bar, remember the colour DEFINES the task it is NOT AN ACTION you perform on the task as is what the ribbon bar should be used for making it into a menu which is what it should be in the FIRST PLACE)

    You need to learn the difference between an ACTION (menu item) and a PROPERTY (a setting IN the item). This logic applies to all applications known to man yet you insist on corrupting logic by using this obscene confusing concept called a ribbon bar. have you not realised that NOBODY ELSE IN THE INDUSTRY USES THEM and the at is for a REASON!!! Stop flattering yourself and thinking it is because you have something useful and unique. YOU DON'T ! You have created a f*ck up and yes, that is unique and nobdy wants it. Do you know that Thunderbird and Libre Office are easier to use because they have menus and toolbars, say the words please, repeat after me: mouth them slowly t-o-o-l-b-a-r m-e-n-u, worky worky. Ribbon bar ****** ******!

    Why am I have forced to pay for a subscription just so I can use your exchange email system? Charge me £1 for the email and ***** the rest of your Office disaster package thank you until you come back to me and provide a menu and toolbar option. BECAUSE THAT IS IT WHAT WORKS! THAT IS WHAT PEOPLE WANT! Stop being so arrogant and forcing **** down people's throats.

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