338 votesHP commented
I made a workaround to do this.
Creating a quick step and adding a shortcut "Shift-Ctrl-3"
Then I select "move to folder" with the option "ask for folder"
(If needed let mark the message as read.)
Now the difficult part!
The stupid office cant see sub folders if they aren't unfolded.
So the first Time (only) a day, when starting this quick step - I have to select the Inbox and press the "*" key twice to open all subfolder ( works on the left side the same way).
Now I'm starting to type the first characters of the subfolder and the selector jumps to these folders. (By the way this is a general list functionality in most applications)
Finally hit return.
Thank you for providing a clear signal that we should improve how we highlight “Today” on the calendar.
We are planning to make this update in Outlook for Office 365 subscribers. We will post a subsequent status update when this is available for you to use in Outlook.
Thank you very much for your feedback. Please do keep making suggestions and voting on others’ suggestions to help us improve the product.
I'm frustrated as well.
With the new versions we lost visibility and usability as stated from other users below.
On top, the versions are working slower when offering more and more online bondage.
I do have many appointments and wish a clear today marking.
As well the current week or Month should be highlighted.
But I guess a few hundred users do not make the difference !?