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SuggestionsHi team, Great app! Some suggestions - with having different accounts open are we able to add a calendar function where I can see appointments on other calendars? For work I have my personal calendar as well as 10 others which I need to access remotely. Also - can we have app themes? I like changing up my outlook every time - I guess it keeps me engaged in using the app when there are heaps of options. Thanks again!.Version: 2.70.0

ComplaintThere is a problem with Outlook which is the delay in seconds or minutes to receive the emails sent to me, as that deprives me from claiming jobs, as I am contractor in an interpreting agency, and they send the jobs by email to hundreds of interpreters at the same time and who receive the job first and claim it, he is able to get and assume the job, but what happens with me is that I receive the notifications of jobs always late (seconds or minutes) and that deprive me from having jobs, so, I wish you can guide me for a process or apps that speeds the catching or receiving the emails in fraction of seconds. Ghassan.Version: 4.2212.0

Easy but needs a tweekVery user friendly… but the platform needs to be accurate behind the scenes with uploading and updating incoming and outgoing emails. Too often after sending an email from my laptop, it hasn’t been reflected on the iPhone outlook app.Version: 4.2128.0

Outlook good but Viva annoyingI find outlook mail to be functional and easy to use. I like the clutter folder, although you need to check it regularly! I find the Viva add on annoying though, the generated cheeriness and reminders seem a bit hokey & redundant to me..Version: 4.2212.0

Great but..I don’t like how all emails in a string are deleted if you delete the most recent email. You have to be very careful. It’s too easy to delete messages you need from earlier in the thread..Version: 4.2137.2

What was wrong w a chronological inbox?Hi - Ive recently noticed emails “missing” from my inbox, which is a result of an update, apparently. Rather than having multiple emails from the same sender visible, they are all condensed into one, despite “organization by thread” turned off. Unless I want to reply back to the latest email, finding a previous email can be a chore, as the emails “organized” within this thread that apparently isnt a “thread” arent always in chronological order. Sometimes newer emails are at the top, sometimes at the bottom, and clicking on the “...” is always required to scroll the conversation to figure out if im looking at the correct message. It’s a total waste of time and I cant see any reason why anyone would want to have to go through this effort to find 1 email, when the previous method involved just scrolling and opening it. I strongly dislike this “improvement” and wish I could revert to a previous version of this app..Version: 4.2048.1

Generally good and reliable but has some bugsOverall, Outlook on the mobile is a great experience. It does come with some issues but I hope they’re not too onerous to fix. I have noticed two bugs: 1) Freezing when typing and email. Outlook seems rather busy at times when I’m typing an email and then catches up on my typing after a while. It doesn’t happen on every email but it does occur often. When occurring, it is a constant battle to type. 2) The iOS widgets are lacklustre. They only provide calendar views so it would be good to see more. There are 3 Agenda views and 1 Day view; however, the Day view is broken. It only shows a template of the view and never populated with calendar details. This is the view I rely on most of all so that I can see my day at a glance. Would be great to have this fixed. Would also be good to have a widget showing latest 10 emails, urgent emails, emails from favourites, tasks/to-do, notes, etc..Version: 4.2119.0

Good app but scope for improvementI really like the Outlook app - it is very nicely presented and generally works well. I do gave some gripes though - I have my personal and work email addresses on the app and i wish you could more definitively separate the two. Sometimes the app will default to opening both inboxes or sending an email from my work email rather than my personal etc. I did once accidentally send an email from my work email rather than my personal email which, for a pedant/perfectionist like me, is kind of painful. 😩 It’d also be good if you could apply icons and labels to your different email accounts to more clearly identify them. Finally I’m not sure if you can reorder different accounts in the list; I wanted my personal email at the top and I think I had to delete my work email account and re-add it to achieve this. It was a while ago though so I might be wrong on that. Finally, the search feature is pretty basic and needs more features. Pretty sure you can’t sort search results in the order you want... Thanks..Version: 4.2112.0

Dark mode rules!Just got the dark mode upgrade. guys it looks awesome. well done..Version: 4.2.0

Great app, but desperately needs one improvementReally enjoying this app, using multiple accounts is really easy and convenient. I really hope that searching within folders can be added as it is the only shortcoming I have found so far!.Version: 4.30.0

Updates are not working!!The last two updates have wrecked using this app for work! I am on the road and need to send emails regularly. Since the last two recent updates, emails are not being sent, they wind up in my draft box with half the contents missing, retyping and resending still doesn’t go through, sending an email with an attachment is a nightmare and won’t go through either and now email threads won’t load at all. Receiving emails are fine. It just won’t send a reply, forward or new email until hours later or not at all. Some disappear altogether. Please FIX ASAP..Version: 2.88.1

Address autocomplete corruptionThis app corrupted my autocomplete cache. It then corrupted the autocomplete cache on OWA which then corrupted autocomplete cache on outlook for Mac. Support for outlook iOS is beyond awful. They denied it could be the app for two weeks. I then resolved the issue with MS owa support (by reinstalling the entire OWA account) which took a week. We then isolated the problem to outlook iOS. iOS support think they can solve the problem with a message with a silly question every 24hours. The iOS support function is awful. Which would not be a huge problem if this app did not have an impact on the OWA server, BUT IT DOES and then wasted a week’s of my, and the MS owa support staff’s, time..Version: 4.60.0

Appearance & inboxI love LovE LOVE the pride appearance view options and settings. We’ll done! What I don’t like is seeing part of my email in the inbox view list. Can we have a setting that just displays the sender and the subject? And not include the beginning of the email. I would use this app so much more if I had that option..Version: 4.2205.0

Feature to delete all in deleted mail folder-finally found itHi Guys, I really do find using Outlook on my iOS devices a joy and update it regularly. However, the biggest grip I have is when I’ve deleted unwanted mail I then go to my deleted mail folder and have to individually swipe or re-delete each message. What a pain, particularly with the amount of useless emails I get from work. Can you think about a “select all” check box in the delete folder to facilitate the mass clean-up exercise, please? Cheers Updated comments - FOUND IT! By coincidence all I had to do is hold down on my first deleted email entry for a few seconds to be deleted rather than tapping. The additional checkboxes and mass delete options appeared! Goes to show that I really do need to read the updated instructions with every update..Version: 4.25.0

ThankfulI am thankful that Microsoft has made Outlook for apple devices - the interface is almost the same as when using Outlook through Windows. I am thankful that I am able to link my gmail to load into the Outlook product. I prefer this way of accessing my emails..Version: 4.56.0

Much ImprovedIn the search for a new Mac and iOS email client and having been really quite disappointed by some of the other offerings out there I went back to Outlook, both on iOS and Mac and what a pleasant surprise. In it’s latest guise Outlook not only now looks the part but also performs the part. Yes, some of the Windows version feature bloat isn’t there but what you do get is a well thought out and integrated email solution. No one seems to like email any more, it’s the awkward necessity, elephant in the room, productivity constipation. However, using Outlook, and I hate to say this; I’m actually enjoying sending, receiving and interfacing with email again..Version: 4.2213.0

Almost all the features?I’m a Mac fanboy with iPhone/iPad/Mac/watch for work. My work requires I use outlook. I have to admit using the outlook package is the best mail/calendar suite to mix the most features with best ease of use. Sometimes the iOS apps feel ‘light’ and might miss a couple of features of the real Outlook PC app, but 99% of it is there, and the interface is nice, and it is actually really effective on the watch as well (as a calendar complication). Most of my sadness for using the outlook is my company’s enterprise security which blocks me using most add-ins and blocks me copy/pasting out of office grrr..Version: 4.2148.2

Badges!After contacting support last week about badges not working, they told me they were aware and working on a fix. Decided to reinstall after latest update and badges are working! Tried using other email apps but nothing beats outlook as far as functionality goes, especially if you have an exchange account. Highly recommended..Version: 4.36.1

I like the outlook app but...Ok so it’s overall a pretty decent app. Great unified email management. Clean design. But it does a couple of things that I find really annoying. Snoozing, why the emails stay in the snoozed folder for ever? Once they reoccur in the inbox, why are they not removed from the snoozed folder. Notifications, these seem to have gone from bad to worse with the recent updates. First the delete email from the notification stopped working. Now the notifications won’t stack. And this last point of not stacking is a complete deal breaker for me. So the hunt for a good email client like Inbox that isn’t about to be shut down continues 🤦🏻‍♂️.Version: 3.16.0

Quality email service!Since I started using the internet as a “new invention” (WAAAY Back!!😂) this email service has been my go to service and one I could and can trust - still to this day and will hopefully continue to do so. I’ve tried other servers & email services and they do not compete with or come close to the professionalism of Hotmail. I would and can highly recommend it (as a graduate, experienced & reasonably well travelled individual from Ireland.) What does a degree mean these days? I know. 🙄🙄🤔 Anyway, I’d highly recommend this email platform! (Should have just said that instead of wasting your time! Sorry!!)..Version: 4.2125.0

Amazing app! A few bad things though….Outlook is an amazing app! Always giving you reminders and sending you very important emails. It’s absolutely amazing! You can insert multiple photons, reply etc. They tell you when you have been added to a google doc or PowerPoint presentation. But previously, I have had some issues. I don’t think it’s very necessary to send the same email you got about 7 months ago because it’s gets annoying. Yesterday and the day before and the day before etc, I got a message to reset my password that I got 5 months ago. An improvement there please. But besides that, amazing app!.Version: 4.2148.1

InterfaceThere is only one thing I don’t like about the interface is it is hard to tell which emails I have read (old ones) and which ones I have not (new ones)..Version: 4.2209.1

Almost PerfectThis app is so well organised and structured. It easy to access all your various types of email and simple to view and reply them. It allows for a different range of files to be attached to your email and it very easy to navigate. Overall the app is sophisticated and through my use of it emailing individuals has become easier, with me becoming more comfortable with it. The only thing I would complain about for this app, is the inability to delete folders. This means when I near freak like me tries to organise my folders and get something wrong I am stuck with it there. The online version doesn’t full allow me to delete these folders..Version: 3.21.0

Great email clientJust wanted to comment to Michel Keys review because everything said can actually be done. You can turn Focussed off in the app settings if you want, you can go to individual inboxes if you want, you can change the swipe behaviour if you want, and you’ve got something else going on if it’s not polling for emails - I’ve never had a problem. Tap the home button top left and go hunting in settings. Outlook is my mainstay email client and I don’t see me ever going back to the standard iOS client. It’s a good productive client. On the Focussed feature I’d recommend you leave it on but each to their own. It does seem to learn pretty quickly. Worth the work to learn it. Which is the nub of every app these days - they all rely on intuition and following your nose - or finger - to figure out features for yourself. In fact you have to wonder how much you just don’t know is there. Outlook works well for me..Version: 4.34.1

Outlook on my iPhone co-ordinates with Outlook on my computerI have used Microsoft Outlook on my computer(s) for many years. Having recently acquired my first smartphone, I find it very helpful that Microsoft Outlook (iOS) on my iPhone allows me to handle emailing, managing my Contacts, Appointments, etc., with all such work being “reflected” in Outlook on my computer, and vice-versa. As a person who is quite “organisationally challenged”, this at least helps somewhat in that area of my life. 😀🙏.Version: 4.36.0

GoodIt’s an email app what do you want me to say lol.Version: 4.2134.0

BrilliantOutlook is private, doesn't scan your emails or content, which is a big plus. It's very fast, efficient and useful that you can view each email address emails separately or view all emails from all the email addresses at the same time and replies to selected email sent from the relevant email address. Can insert hyperlinks straight from the app. Being able to create alias email addresses is brilliant and gives additional privacy. They show automatically in the outlook app without needing to add them separately, which is fab. It would be useful to have a scanning functionality in the app, schedule send, confidential mode and to change the fonts/set default font..Version: 4.55.1

Great app BUT....It’s been five months that I have reported this issue and for five months I am told it is a known issue and will be handled with an update; BULL The use to work as described. However, I am not able to load multiple contacts when either creating, forwarding or replying to additional contacts. I have Office 365 on my PC and wanted to synch my calendar and mailboxes, so I added the iOS Outlook app. I have tried contacting iOS support and they intermittently respond. It’s difficult to fix a problem they can’t see or spend time trying At this point the iOS app is not functioning correctly and isn’t supported very well. It’s coming off my iPhone. It’s been months and the problem has been “dumped” into a big black hole called engineering. No one owns any problem. The app works perfectly on my wife’s iPhone and the Apple mail app works perfectly. It’s now been over a year. My only issue is on average 400+ emails are always visible in my deleted folder. When I try to delete a message it immediately returns. I cannot swipe delete anything from my junk file to the delete file I have to manually move it. Mobile Outlook support is useless!!!!!!!.Version: 4.2201.2

Can't fault it in any wayReally good job from Microsoft here, really focuses on productivity and ease of use, really like the swipe options, calendar integration and multiple browser support, much better than apple Mail, really can't fault it Update- Still very impressed, love the file management aspect of the app and the fact that It recognises Parcel confirmations and hotel bookings and displays these in the search panel, it’s really intuitive and saves time when you need to access these types of emails. To suggest an improvement Would be great if I could pin emails at the top of inbox temporarily. All in all though still a brilliant app!.Version: 2.67.0

Edit issuesAfter an email conversation has continued for many forwards and replies, the length of conversation may become quite long. Sometimes, it is good to shorten and delete some of the parts of the old conversations in order to highlight a particular portion for your recipient. Outlook has problems with this and starts to force scroll in a direction toward top or bottom, making it nearly impossible to edit and achieve a focused conversation. You have to close it and save as a draft, then reopen, start editing again, and have to do this sequence sometimes multiple times just to complete the email. With the number of other bugs that I have found, I am fairly convinced that Microsoft either does not use their own products OR the very poor service paradigm of customers testing MS products for them is contributing too much to the bottom line at the expense of the customers. The modern IT perversion of customer service, converting the testing team to be the customer and wait for feedback, leaves me asking, where is my pay check?.Version: 2.88.1

Great app, although a few enhancements needed.Love how the calendar shows who has responded to a meeting. A few things that would be great to see in a future release. Set out of office message from the app, as on a few occasions I can't get to my full version of Outlook or O365 and would be handy to be able to set up an Out of Office message from my iPhone. Also I receive a large number of attachments that use up a lot of my mobile corporate data plan. It would be great if you could set the size of the attachments to auto download only to a certain size, then allow the user to choose if they would like to download the entire attachment via mobile data depending on the importance of the attachment or choose to download when a secure WiFi connection is available. This allows the user to better manage their mobile data usage as I am constantly having to turnoff Outlook via mobile data to avoid breaching my data allowance. Cheers.Version: 2.53.0

Very simple email appI have used numerous email applications in the past, but Outlook really is the best of them all, period. There are a lot of features here that I can’t fathom in either Gmail or Yahoo Mail, such as calendar integration, syncing with multiple devices (including computers), and a simple user interface. While I heavily use Gmail on a day-to-day basis, I think that Microsoft really pays off when it comes to this functional app. I don’t want to screw Redmond if they have missed anything worthwhile or important, but I am happy with the work that the Outlook team has put into it. In conclusion, please download this app if you can, and enjoy a simple, refreshing email experience. (The only flaw I have encountered so far? Well, as far as I can tell you, there have been a lack of features from the web app of Outlook, and you have to sign in there to access them. Only the mobile app has several features. But, otherwise, as I have said, I am content with that.).Version: 4.49.1

I love this app -except for one thingI have already deleted other email apps and will be using this from now on. However there's this bug. Tapping on the banner notification to access the email, prompts an error saying the message doesn't exist anymore. I have to visit each account to check each inbox one by one switching from Focused to Other just to find the new email. Having 3 active email accounts, this is very cumbersome. A feature that allows push notifications direct link to the inbox/message it's notifying about. Other that than, I am sold by this app.Version: 2.77.0

Keep freezing after the last updateFix it, please.Version: 3.2.2

Better than Apple's native mail appI admit I was never impressed with the prior version of OWA. But this app is better than Apple's mail app. I like how the conversational threads lay out, the Focused conversations seem fairly intelligent in terms of dividing my email between important and non-important, and I love the ability to access attachments I have previously opened without having to find the original email that contained the attachment. Finally, this app seems to have magically saved my iPhone's battery life once I delinked my Exchange account from the iPhone default mail app. Only drawback is I couldn't figure out how to keep my contacts and delete my old Mail account entirely, so I had to re-connect my account in Settings in order to restore contacts and keep them sync'ed. Update 2 years later... this app just gets better and better. Thank you to the team involved for making the best mail app on the market..Version: 2.99.0

Worth itOffice 365 is worth the time and money, I remember prior to finding this app I tried to find alternatives and every app I found there were things I did not like. I kept looking and looking and one day I decided to try office 365 and I’m glad I did this package has literally everything you need and it has replaced all of my old heavy usage apps. The most important point in witch I feel this app is worth it is that this frees you from apples ecosystem, I now can work on my IPad and IPhone and use my Microsoft Laptop for work all within the same cloud service Flawlessly, Amazing !.Version: 2.93.0

Thank you!Best email app for iOS!.Version: 4.62.0

Great app, but ...When I delete or archive an email it takes me back to the list view rather than moving on to the next email. I should at least be given the choice of whether I like to move forward or go back to the list. Making contact pictures appear (as advertised in app pics) beside each email from them is a pain. I have been trying to make it happen for quite a bit now without success. I even copied many of my 6+k contacts to Outlook on my Mac to be on the Exchange server rather than on iCloud but it didn’t work either. I think the problem is that Outlook insists on keeping itself isolated from iOS apps and their SDKs. It doesn’t show contacts from iOS although it does show iCloud calendars. The app even doesn’t have a Contacts tab like its macOS counterpart. There is a Mail tab as well as Calendar and search tabs, but no Contacts. Even the Contacts section on the macOS app is far inferior to Apple’s stock Contacts app..Version: 4.36.0

Best desktop to mobile mailing app but...The Outlook Mobile app is excellent in the sense it enables you to use 90% of the features available on the desktop app at your fingertips. I feel confident that I can work straight from my iPhone. It is aesthetically pleasing and very easy to you with all the actions you need to available on the screen at one time. My only issue with it is there is a bug, possibly with the Face ID upon opening emails sometimes. When I open the email, the screen suddenly flashes between the Face ID and the email, very quickly for 5 seconds. Afterwards the app freezes on the email without showing the actual body of the email. Only when you close and reopen the app can you use it again. This is mildly frustrating but a bug nonetheless and I have to use Face ID due to my employer’s security policy. Without this bug, I would rate 5 stars..Version: 4.2112.0

Syncing problemI was having a good time organizing my new calendar for the first time on my PC. But when I tried to sync it on my iPhone, it kept using the old calendars that I deleted long ago. Even after many sign-ins again and resetting the account, it just could not sync my new pc-version calendar with my iOS-version one. This is really annoying. Please help..Version: 4.2117.0

FoldersThe folder function where you move an email to a folder is not as smooth as Apple native email app. Maybe I need outlook to learn my email more. With Apple when I selected “folder” to move it would come up with recommended folder options or I could search more. Calendar functionality is much nicer than Apple.Version: 4.2135.0

Nearly the perfect email app…Cards on the table - I quite like MS stuff. My workstation is W11, I am a paid up 365 subscriber etc and so I quite like Outlook - particularly the desktop version. So it was a natural move for me to use Outlook on my iPad also and it is pretty close to the full fat version however with two massive buts. So massive I nearly gave it 1* out of shear frustration. The UI is nice, much nicer than the native Mail app and things like attachments, flagging etc are handled in a more fluid manner. But why oh why in 2022 on a tablet that is more power than an awful lot of desktops and laptops can a market leading mail client not have a collapsible folder tree?! My email is very folder-centric and not being able to collapse the tree makes navigation cumbersome. And this leads me to the second and very much related but… why oh why can we not have a simple way of adding new folders. Again, this is just a basic email client feature really yet one that seems to either be missing from tablet mail clients completely or implemented in such a fashion paper cutting your own tongue would be more fun. If MS could only sort those two features, features I might add that are on both the web client and the main desktop/laptop version, it would be an easy 5*.Version: 4.2210.1

Has been excellent with iPad Pro 12.9 Ist Gen but some issues on my 5th Gen with IPad OS 15I have used MS Outlook without any problems for work on an iPad Pro 12.9 Gen 1 for over three years. I like to keep my work emails and documents on MS apps and work uses Microsoft 365. I have just switched to the Gen 5 however and I think there are some issues that need to be ironed out. I don’t know whether they are IPad OS 15 issues or something to do with the Gen 5 iPad Pro. Or, for completeness, something to do with the idiot between the keyboard and the screen. In a nutshell, if I use threaded view for emails, I have struck problems inserting text in forwarded emails and sometimes inserting cc addresses when replying to emails. I switched off threaded view and that appears to have fixed those issues (and to be honest I am not a fan of threaded view anyway, because it can group conversations that you might want to keep separate), but I was not a pleasant person to be with when I first encountered these issues in the context of pressing work demands. I have deducted one star for my pain and suffering. And my wife’s, as she had to bear them..Version: 4.2144.0

IOS 15 notificationsThis is generally an all-round good app to use for business email and calendar. One great feature I found was calendar reminders that didn’t require fiddling with the Apple Calendar app to get it working. It worked splendidly on iOS 14 but now with iOS 15 update all push notifications seemed to have stopped, even though I set notifications to “deliver immediately”. Not sure if Apple or Microsoft is the culprit here. None of my apps have notifications appear on lock screen any longer (can’t work out why), but only Outlook doesn’t appear in notification centre when checking manually, whereas other apps do? So please fix this, since I keep missing meeting reminders!.Version: 4.2208.0

Great for corporate e-mailTo those who say that it is limited because it lacks integration with iOS that is exactly the point and the reason why you want this app. You can always use the built-in mail app in iOS and connect to your exchange server or office 365, however this carries some risks as your administrator can now wipe the entire phone if necessary (or on accident). With the outlook app an administrative wipe is only limited to the data in the outlook app itself it will not wipe your entire phone. THIS is the reason to use Outlook. It is a bit less convenient to have the main calendar app and the Outlook calendar for instance, but I believe the separation is worth the inconvenience. iOS 14 outlook calendar widget is here now and also works great. My only ding is the stupid ‘play my emails’ prompt. It’s turned OFF, yet Outlook asks me every launch. You need to go in and turn it on, then turn it off for it to go away. Stupid!!.Version: 4.60.0

My performance review was affected because of multiple accountsWe all have managers who try to fit team members in bell curve. They keep looking for small things and exaggerate in performance review. I have this incident happened to me because of outlook. I have my organization (very big company $600 billion valuation) emails and outlook account on same app. On a morning I was sick and sent an email to team that I would be WFH. None of my team mates received it. The next day my Sr. Manager sent an email to team that do not work from home with out notifying. And, my colleagues over lunch said they were asked about me. I wondered and said I dropped an email too. And, I showed it. None of our colleagues received it. I myself apps developer understood what went wrong. I sent it from personal one. But I sent it to my company team GDL. WHY SHOULD OUTLOOK AUTOFILL ONE ACCOUNT’s EMAIL IDs in another one? My manager just brought this and mentioned everytime in every meetings. Managers were in always constant tension because their managers were in same. In a performance review yesterday he mentioned this and fit me in bell curve. I resigned today with out having another job. Thanks Outlook for making me realize I am with bad team. Thank you. But don’t auto fill another team’s accounts in another account. It is too dumb. Who is the product owner came up with this idea?.Version: 4.23.0

Great AppGreat email app but lately I’ve had a massive issue with spam coming into my focused inbox instead of filtering straight to the other inbox or the spam folder. It would be great if there was an option to teach it how to sharpen up on filtering spam or a way to teach it to ‘learn’ what the user classes as spam. Perhaps I just don’t know where to set this up..Version: 2.100.0

App failing since new updates..?I’ve been using outlook for years and have never had a problem until now. So far I’ve opened the app only to have it completely frozen. Unable to select anything. I’ve had to completely uninstall/reinstall the app which sometimes takes ages and I have to restart my phone just to redownload the app. Once I go through all of it that it works fine again. I’m not sure if it’s because of the latest iOS update or outlooks updates. It is super frustrating and I hate that it’s happened to me a few times now..Version: 4.8.1

For school or work whatever it’s worth downloadingI use it for school I have an outlook account that I sign into and without logging into my computer I can take outlook wherever and whenever. Their are downfalls using this app and one of them is........that if you have a signature that you put in some emails and others you don’t there is no way to put a signature in your email in Outlook app which I don’t mind but then again I thought all your capabilities that you have online or app on computer you would have in the app for your phone. Another downfall I think is that you can’t say a email is “low important or high importance” I again for me that’s not super important but it would be nice to have on the app for your phone. There are plenty other things you can’t do on the app for your mobile device but you can do on the desktop app for your computer or laptop or pc. Other than, I like using the app and reading emails that come in without running to my computer to reply or even just read a single message I can be away from my computer and use my phone while I’m on the go doing other things that are little more important than sitting at home waiting for a email to come in thinking that’s the only way I can respond and receive messages from Outlook..Version: 4.62.0

ImproveOverall it’s good but can do small improvements too. iOS mail app has a great feature of “suggestions” to move mail messages when choosing to move. When I click move message, it gives me two options: 1. Move to name of the folder (a recommendation made with a folder name based on history of the emails moved to specific folders) 2. Other folder which you have the option to choose as current outlook has anyways. This feature helps us to save time when moving emails which are of the same origin. Like the financial reports, I like to see the reports daily in my inbox & then I like to move them to my financial folder but every time I finish reading the email I had to go through the lengthy scroll down of my folder list alphabetically until “F” & then move it. I would like it to give me extra recommended option so that I can move to financials folder as I do it everyday..Version: 3.23.0

I weep for everyone who has to use his on iOS.This is the worst app that I have on my phone. Typically I don’t keep apps that I absolutely hate, but since I have no alternative to using this horrible thing, I haven’t removed it. This pathetic thing has caused problems for me professionally. It takes less time for me to boot up the computer and check my calendar and then it does for me to even make my calendar showing this out. Hoping out an email literally takes as long as it would to write a letter and put it in the mail. Smoke signals will be better than this app. I can’t even open my calendar to understand what kind of meetings I have for the day because this app loads every single calendar I have shared to me and freezes every time I click a button. This is horrible. Don’t know why Microsoft insists upon upgrading things to be absolutely terrible. Even more I can’t understand why the entire professional world forces everyone to use Outlook. Gross. Even worse, it’s been out for a year already and you’ve done nothing to fix it, it’s gotten worse if anything. I’d be fired if I was this bad at my job..Version: 4.0.0

So exciting, and so closeAs someone who uses Outlook on the desktop to manage, literally, thousands of emails per day, I was excited to see how it would translate to my iPhone. The Schedule feature is a game-changer for me, which allows me to address an important email at a time more convenient for me. The ease at which I can access my folders and other accounts is mind-blowing compared to the absolutely confusing way it was handled in iOS. For the drawbacks: i can't seem to find a way to change the notification to vibrate rather than audible. Second: I can't seem to change the frequency at which an Exchange ActiveSync account checks mail. My phone is my second device, and I don't need it to audibly alert me for each of the thousand emails I get every day. I think the other option was for no sound, but when I'm in lengthy meeting, a vibrate option would help. Update: the only frustrating problem I’ve continued to have with Outlook for iOS is that on IMAP accounts I sometimes receive CONTINUAL notifications for emails that were read and even deleted, and the only way to stop it is to reset the account in the settings..Version: 4.2205.0

Hey draft folder to sync with 365 outlook accountApp works well but there are 2 easy bugs to fix after 1 week of use. 1. Draft folder on app does not sync with 365 outlook account. So if I start drafting an email on my device I cannot finish it at work and viceversa. 2. When pressing on the drop down menu at the top left corner, there is always a significant delay before the menu opens and all folders are shown. I have a large folder structure and it would be easier if folders where not expanded but compressed and could be clicked and expanded when you are searching for a specific item. Similarly to the GUI that you have when you go to Outlook 365 mobile on Safari. Thank you. Nico.Version: 2.63.0

Pretty good butI think this is pretty good (btw I’m reviewing as something for a phone) however when you are on the phone it is quite crammed and I think that you can just do more if you log on with the website on a laptop or computer or something like that. Also I think the symbols need to be clearer at the bottom as I honestly sometimes have no idea what they mean and sometimes it brings back messages from months ago. I know I’m saying a lot of bad stuff about it but honestly, it’s really good and quite convenient like if you just want to message maybe your teacher or a friend you can just go on the app text them, and then just go on with your day and you don’t have to load up the laptop or something just for that one message.Version: 4.2127.0

Would choose mobile over desktop app if I had to chooseWould choose mobile over desktop app if I could have only one! Having my work calendar with me at all times is excellent. And BEST OF ALL: being able to “archive until” messages, so they hide for a while then pop back up. This is not possible in the desktop app: there are reminders but those are frankly a pain to set. I actually keep my phone beside me on my desk at work so that I can use the “archive until” feature..Version: 2.101.0

Perfect, question for the developersThe app is perfect. Quick to load, easy gesture actions, text entry when replying is clear, and the focused inbox vs other makes it easy to sort out important messages from junk. One question for the developers: I normally have the Unread filter on. Is it possible to turn that off automatically when switching from Inbox to Sent folder? It doesn’t make sense to have an unread filter in the sent folder! The toggle is there to do this manually but an auto switch would be great. Thanks.Version: 2.81.0

Outlook performanceGood: simple to use Bad: would appreciate being able to isolate search to within different folders using mobile device. It seems to me one cannot perform a search limited to a specific folder: Outlook attempts it’s search across all folders. One more now: a unique nickname is too hard to find!!!.Version: 4.2125.0

Suggested EmailsPlease add the ability to delete unwanted suggested emails from a new emails To/Cc/Bcc fields. I have an email suggestion that was spoofed using my email address as the name of the contact. Every time I need to email myself it shows up and I really do not want to be sending anything to that email..Version: 4.54.0

Excellent appI've been using this app since it was recommended by The Verge. I haven't used the standard email app since. I absolutely love having a focused inbox as it separates all the spam emails that clutter up my inbox. Only thing is now I realize how few important emails I actually get. I'll be lucky to get one a day! I probably don't use most of the features offered but it's great that it can be used as a simple uncomplicated email app if you want. Of note also is the customer service. I had a slight problem getting it set up and after contacting customer service they got straight back to me and resolved my issue first time. An excellent service that doesn't cost a thing. Fully recommended..Version: 3.1.0

Highly recommended!Achieves everything I require with minimal technical difficulties, disruption, or interference to my business. Fantastic resource once you understand & appreciate all it has to offer..Version: 4.2201.4

ReviewThe outlook app is a great way to keep in touch with all your emails without having to go on a computer as all the mails are sorted into categories and is easy to use with no help needed. I definitely recommend this to everyone..Version: 4.2112.0

Better for workIt took a while for me to be convinced to switch from standard iPhone email to using outlook for work email but it’s been worth it. Firstly the outlook app itself is good and easy to use - you can tailor alerts for just calendars and not every email. You can organise by thread or not, look up employee phone numbers from active directory and basically operate work as a secure bubble within you personal phone ( or in my case separate work from personal on my work phone) Secondly it’s compatible with my iWatch so calendar alerts and 2 factor authentication requests pop up on the watch - a real time saver. Thirdly when I am on holiday I can completely delete outlook so I am not pestered or tempted with work stuff. Overall a great app and worth using.Version: 4.2114.0

Good but could be much betterI enjoy using Outlook w Office 365. I grew up using Microsoft products and so it feels familiar and easy to use. That said, there are some very basic things offered in Google Workspace w Gmail that are lacking in Outlook w Office 365 subscription. Like, why can’t I schedule emails and why can’t I have multiple domains to send “From” when I send emails? I Gmail w Google Workspace I could choose which domain email address I wanted to use when sending emails and that is super handy considering I have more than one company w different domain names. I like being able to schedule my emails too… these are simple basic offerings in Google products to setup and to use. I would have thought Microsoft would be able to offer everything Google can and more… it’s disappointing to me to have pushed our organizations to move from Google Workspace to Office 365, go through all the work to do so, and then learn much used functionality we used to have is now not available from Microsoft..Version: 4.2205.0

Mobile accessEnjoying the access to emails and my calendar from multiple devices. Easy to keep up with emails, and makng sure I don’t double-book when scheduling away from the office. Easy to use app..Version: 3.1.0

Ridiculous Notification SettingsJimbobbingalong - You are not able to customize notifications as well as the Mail app in iOS. The most you can do to maintain alerts is to show banners and when an email comes through it will show who it's from and always show the subject and the first line of the message body. With the Mail app you have the option just to show an email has arrived from the recipients name without showing the first line of the message body which is extremely important. The Mail app has an option in the notifications settings of your phone at the bottom called "Show Preview" which you can switch off. When this is off it will not show the message body. It will show the sender and subject only. This option does not exist with the outlook app and it will always show the first line of the actual email which is ridiculous..Version: 2.48.0

Amazing, user friendly, & clear EPGFirst of all, I would recommend outlook over any other email server/account/platform. The app/outlook account is one I’ve had for 24 years and it’s never faulted - well apart from Onedrive one day decided to remove years of photos, memories and extremely important documents. The one thing I would say is that there are features which could be extremely useful. Features that you would have on an office email account. Simple options even for example a received/read mail notification, direct link to onedrive as we once had available on computer, notes & a basic admin functionality. There are two things at least that bothers me the most that comes to mind... 1. It’s a shame when you press on the picture links where or what to do with an email, that a label doesn’t come up to make it clear what’s what. 2. It would be so much easier to be able to search for a regular sender, and there be able to select all and delete. I am truly amazed by outlooks generosity. It’s been a lifeline and a safe and loyal platform for all these years. So thank for the updates and improvements you make constantly to keep the app fresh and for making it free and and available to all..Version: 4.2112.0

Great but a few things missing .I think this app is great in many ways and has some advantages visually over the native iOS mail app . The first recommendation is that i think you should update the fluent icons as they appear next to received mail . Your actually still missing a lot of retailer like John Lewis , Curry’s , Target , Restaurants like Dominos and Deliveroo . Please update it to make it even easier to read . Second suggestion is allow the user to specify the date/time before items from the server get pulled . Probably 6months / 1 year /5+ years . Overall very impressive app otherwise ..Version: 4.2048.0

OutlookIs great easy to use but probably I haven’t learnt everything I can’t make folders yet to hold emails and emails all connect to each other but generally really great easy to use have recommended to others who were on Vodafone you are much better than gmail Thank you Sue Piggin.Version: 4.2148.2

Dark mode pleaseOtherwise works great.Version: 3.24.0

Needs a couple more featuresOverall I like using Outlook for iOS. It’s easy to use and quite functional. I’d like to see delayed sending of emails included, just like the desktop version. So when you hit send at 10pm, you have the option for it to delay to a time the next day. I’d also like to see searching for emails made a bit easier. You should be able to go into a folder and when you search, it has the option to only search in that folder. Again similar to the desktop version. It’s a little clumsy at the moment in that regard..Version: 4.2215.0

5 starts and moreBy far the best email provider I have used. I have 2 other personal emails that I use and I now know why business use outlook mostly. Highly recommend! Wonderful at organising my day and helping me focus on pending tasks..Version: 4.2112.0

Horrible if you compose your mail from phoneIt was going good until I had to compose a large mail with 5 image attachments. It failed to send the mail, failed to convert the images which default iOS mail app does very well, and when the document got rather large (500 words), I started noticing a lag between my typing and the words appearing on screen. Soon enough editing became horrible as I would go back and forth the mail to delete some lines and the app would glitch out and send me to the very bottom of the page where it’s just blank. Many many more problems during the first 500 words I ever wrote using outlook..Version: 3.2.1

Easy to useLove how they split mu mail into focused and other - it makes it so much easier to filter out the junk. Also love how you can have multiple emails and switch btwn them all. Ive had this app for about 2 years now and have never been disappointed 👍🏻 A+.Version: 2.77.0

Simply the BEST Platform for EmailI have found Outlook to be the best email platform I have ever used. Occasionally there is some disparity in certain addresses being split between Junk and my In Box but generally only need to rectify once and the problem is solved. I find it speedy in updating and alerting to new mail. I also enjoy the professional aesthetics and it remains user friendly as well as consistently acting as a business class communication platform. I can email photos with friends and family as well as writing official correspondence when dealing with organisations safe in the knowledge that all my needs are fulfilled. I would add that when using Outlook on a mobile device it’s extremely clear and definitely user friendly..Version: 4.2210.3

Outlook acessibilityMicrosoft problems with renewing password make it difficult to access Outlook on some devices. Microsoft requires a password to renew a password to its account! I have not been able to solve this problem but still use Outlook because it is so user friendly. Southern W.Version: 4.2137.2

Access to calendar while setting an emailIt’s great but painful the mobile experience doesn’t allow you to write an email and check you Callander at the same time except using availability icon.Version: 4.2125.0

Feedback opinionI must say the world of electronics and cyberspace keeps you interested all the time for ever there is a problem there is a solution there is no can do. Where ever you go what ever you do there is a resolution it would be the most used tool in our modern age. Combining computers and iPhones eliminates the bad doers of the modern age and protection gives people of authority to enforce laws to those who think they can get away with their bad activities and criminal attitudes.Version: 4.2116.0

Top iPad and iPhone email app. Rated 4 because you can’t drag and drop attachmentsThis is likely the best or at least the top 3 mail apps for iOS. Swipe actions are customizable and immediate which means you don’t have to swipe and click; you just swipe and the action is completed. The app gives you a few seconds to undo if you swiped by mistake. Unique to Outlook’s email app is that you can accept or decline etc. an invitation and choose to send a response or not the same you would be able to on the desktop version of outlook. It also auto-deletes the invite once you complete the acceptance action which is a more efficient way to manage your invitations. One last great feature for those of us that use keyboards with iPads; the shortcuts are a lot more intuitive and simpler than the Apple Mail app shortcuts. The only reason I gave it a 4 star is that you can’t drag and drop attachments from the emails into side-by-side apps or a side-by-side outlook new email that you are composing to someone else where you want to send selected attachments from a received email. This feature would make it a 5 star app!.Version: 4.2134.0

Great replacement for Mail, needs only one fixOverall I really like outlook and find it is equal to or better than Mail in virtually all respects. The reading function works amazingly well, and the overall layout and functionality is excellent. The one function I don’t like in Outlook and wish work like Mail is the undo function when I am filing and moving messages into folders. In Mail, if I move a message to the wrong folder, I can just shake the phone and and trigger the undo function to reverse the move, even several seconds later. But in Outlook, the undo is provided by a software button that appears for only a couple of seconds at the bottom of the screen. If I don’t click the button right away, the ability to undo has passed, and then I have to hope I can find the message in the wrong folder and manually re-locate it etc. Not a deal killer by any means, but if that were fixed, I would give it six stars..Version: 4.47.0

So good in some areas and 1990 in others.Hello, I love the outlook app and I need to use it on a day to day basis. Some of the items like calendar events and sending notifications is great in parts but lack in editing. First off. Why is there no copy and paste in Outlook. I had a whole email typed up and I needed to input a link. So what would I have to do? Copy and paste it in. Nope. I have to go to safari and click share and then outlook so I can send a link in outlook. Well then when I get in outlook I have to retype my message or just paste in the other one right. Nope. Paste does not work from previous to new message. So I have to manually copy something by hand. Link or original message. Come on Microsoft. Make copy and paste work the. You get a solid 4. Add some polish and sub folder notifications and some editing tools you will have a 5 Star app again. Please fix these little flaws. You have office and should be able to make a solid app. Now let’s make it happen. Thanks..Version: 2.55.0

AwesomeThis app is amazing. Recently my school reset all the emails, and everyone needed to swap to Outlook. I love how you can customise your Outlook to how you want it. The only thing I find annoying is that you have to swipe the emails to scroll through them. I wish that you could just use the arrows on your keyboard. Other than that, awesome app experience and can’t wait to use it more!.Version: 4.2210.3

Like the app; some areas need improvementOverall I like the app and it’s presentation and layout of emails. The features are good. I’ve found that it is slow to show emails after notification - example, a notification and/or unread count appears but no email loads. Eventually it will. Also, no ability to customise signature outside normal text. But I prefer thi app to iOS Mail despite Mail’s integration with iOS. It’s also better than Windows Outlook because it can handle a unified inbox whereas the Windows Outlook cannot as far as I can work out..Version: 2.99.0

Almost 100 percent.I keep reading that Outlook may still not play well with all the other apps available - and, to be honest, we should not expect that it should. There are just too many apps with too many formats and offerings to contend with. However, it seems like one or two niceties of the other major apps like “Fantastical” that would be very helpful. One example is the ability to set multiple a times for reminders before an event. It may sound trivial but it is not if you are planning for a birthday, vacation or other important event. Outlook is truly a great application for IOS and I would highly recommend it to all. You have to really use it to appreciate it. If I were just starting to use Ios it would be my first down load. It is truly a 5 star app - Thank you Microsoft! However, for me to start the laborious task of transferring all my data to Outlook for IOS, Outlook needs a couple of small enhancements to push it over the top..Version: 4.50.0

Deletes my emailHowever awful Outlook is on desktop, you’re pretty much stuck with it in corporate Windows environment. So using it on mobile too kind of makes sense for convenience and consistency. Over the last couple of years I was willing to put up with its bugs and limitations - all complicated apps inevitably have them. However I finally bit the bullet, removed it today and switched to a separate but better apps for email, calendar, and contacts. The reason is that it yesterday (for the second time this year) deleted a year’s email. It is ridiculously easy to brush the ‘select all’ and delete icons without realising it. Before you notice, your emails are disappearing before your eyes, with the deletions being synchronised across all devices linked to your accounts. So for 2nd time this year I have wasted hours going message by message through 3 sets of recycle bins trying to work out which messages were intentionally or unintentionally deleted, and restoring accordingly. Poor for an app that is supposed to increase productivity..Version: 2.85.0

OutlookSuggestion - options in setting to notify me on important emails from certain senders selection would be awesome and blocking spams is an issue some spam senders do not have the unsubscribe I wish there was an option in settings that I could select spam senders and outlook blocks them from reaching me. Everything else i enjoy the layer of outlook keep up the great work 😊.Version: 4.2212.0

It works, most of the time, with some minor frustrationsYes, there is the convenience of managing one’s email and calendar on the run, away from my laptop computer. On the other hand, there are some frustrating limitations. Every now and again when I want to share something using Outlook, my iOS system tells me that I need to start the app in order to share something, yet the app is already running in the background. Once I create an event in my calendar, if it is in the wrong calendar, I can’t change it to the right one. I have to delete the event and recreate it. I can’t move a Mail message from one account to another like I can on my laptop. Once you know these limitations, you just work around them somehow. Nevertheless, I appreciate how challenging it must be for software engineers to keep up with all the operating system changes and try and tackle some of these annoying limitations as well. Congratulations: it is still my preferred email application..Version: 4.2212.0

Generally good, but missing room finderOverall good software, though i highly recommend switching off the ‘focused inbox’ feature, which in my experience does not work well and adds confusion. Missing the ‘room finder’ functionality that is very important to us at my work..Version: 2.82.0

Most recent update: no more email pull and repeat notificationsReally? Nobody tests those updates? The same notifications of “new” emails come back 20 times over several days for deleted emails while new emails don’t generate notifications... and worse, are no longer downloaded automatically..Version: 4.61.1

Outlook mappingThough I thoroughly enjoy outlook but there are many things that needs to map and improve with outlook features. Sorry don’t remember them all now. Because this is the first time this review or feedback box turned up I’m not remembering all that I usually feel this should be there and that should be there. I’ll start noting them down next time as I come across and when this box pops up next time will try to remember and provide more accurate information for how to improve. Thank you. Regards.Version: 4.2125.0

OutlookI have been using outlook for more than 25 yrs and never had an issue! It keeps up with all the security updates! Good filters on Spam. Couldn’t have asked for anything better. In the recent past the development has been amazing! Keep up the good work..Version: 3.10.1

So Much Better Than the Native iPhone Mail AppI had been meaning to try the Outlook app for iOS for a couple of years, moved to O365 and MS Intune necessitating my move to Outlook for iOS; fine by me. The learning curve has been minimal. I haven’t found a way to move between emails without going out to my inbox or other containing folder, but I haven’t had time to google that, either. I just wish there were up/down arrows within an email allowing me to move up/down a message within the parent folder. I like that it feels more professional in UI appearance than apps aimed at consumers in general; other than the one feature I complained about it lacking above. I haven’t tried this yet, but it appears that I can even set my OOO message, or update it, from the app! Now THAT’S a level of integration with our Exchange server that wasn’t even possible with any other mail app on the iPhone or iPad. That is awesome! I can’t wait to find out what other little nuggets it has that I haven’t discovered yet!.Version: 4.49.1

Improvement and great thingsI really love how outlook has categories that you can put your emails in but if we label a category and start to put specific emails in there could it put it in there automatically. For example I have a folder for my sports timetable and they are being sent out by the same person every time. In the future would there be an option for it to automatically go into that folder? Other than that I love everything about outlook and find it really useful for school and activities..Version: 4.2127.0

Freezes all the timeI used to love this app but now when I open it, it freezes and I don’t get the thumbprint id... the only way to fix this is to power my phone on and off. That’s such s hassle, if this bug isn’t fixed soon, I will remove the app..Version: 2.62.0

Super intuitiveThe new Outlook app is crazy easy to use and intuitive. I’ve been using this for about 1 month and loving the new functionalities. Well done Microsoft good to see you back on top.Version: 4.2210.3

Outlook reviewI have Office 3654 about three years now. I have not used Outlook all that time at decided recently to maximise my use of out look. I feel that it’s an excellent app but I did have some difficulty in sinching my mail account from my other devices. It is taken a few days of research before obtaining what I think will be a workable solution. I was successful with my iPhone and iPad when I downloaded the more recent app for Aol as directed. On the the Lenovo Desktop it was not quite so easy because there doesn’t seem to be any easy app that can be downloaded to obtain the wanted result. However I feel that I have succeeded today in syncing correctly although it seems that the emails that I am receiving from my AOL account inbox were dated 15th of March 2021, and is nothing I can do seems to alter this. Of course the mails are still in the AOL Mail box and I can access these from there. Your sincerely Tony Hayes.Version: 4.2131.0

Integrates email across all devicesI have a home subscription to Microsoft 365 and this enables me to synchronise emails across my i phone, gmail address a pc and a laptop. I like the layout and its huge flexibility. I don’t like the fact that it does not synchronise contacts ( which in effect end up duplicated on my phone) nor does it synchronise between Google ,Apple and outlook calendars so you have to be very careful about that. The 365 free help desk facility is excellent. I wish there was a way to easily file/ archive emails alongside word etc docs of the same subject..Version: 4.2212.0

Why update and makes things worse!I find the emails are fine when I use outlook on my computer but on your phone when u want to forward an email to someone, it ends up showing your reply first”! Why have u done this outlook!? It’s horrible! Why can’t you just keep things as they are” they worked well as they were. Now when I am looking for an email someone has sent me I end up seeing only one and not all their previous ones because u have somewhat mixed them into one email and then I can’t find the emails I’m actually looking for because it doesn’t show them! This only seems to be on the app. Or maybe it’s like that way on the computer too but I’m pretty sure it’s not. Please change it back to how it was before. This is horrible! :(.Version: 4.61.1

OutlookOutlook is great. Keeps me updated on everything I need to know and is super easy to navigate through!.Version: 4.2125.0

App keeps crashing while openingI have been using this app for more than 6 years and it has worked perfectly well. But after this new update, my app keeps crashing and sadly i am unable to use it anymore . IOS version 12.4 model: IphoneX.Version: 4.24.0

The best Office Mobile app, hands down!While I still enjoy using Outlook on Windows 10, it’s probably the only Office program in which its mobile version is easier to use, and equally as powerful and functional, which unfortunately can not be said for the rest of the Office Mobile suite. Outlook on iOS retains the power and functionality of Outlook on Windows, and it’s fantastic to use with iOS’s touch gestures and emulates perfectly the remarkable speed and efficiency that makes Outlook the essential Office application that it is..Version: 2.96.0

Thank you...This is the mail app I needed and wish I knew about it years ago. I have 4 email accounts and one is through ECPI. They use an exchange server, so guess what, yahoo mail can’t connect to it, Apple mail needs to have a password entered and a verification process is done, just to look at an email...for school. I don’t get it. Yesterday I downloaded this app and it’s already a life saver. It took a little bit for email to show up in my folders for yahoo, but I only had to verify yahoo one time when setting it up. I just finished customizing my settings and it’s even better. There’s a focused mail box thingy, I didn’t like it and it let me turn it off. I noticed you have to go through notifications and click each mail server you want notifications from, because your default is automatically selected. Oh, btw, I deleted yahoo and Apple mail apps and moved this one next to my hand receiver icon..Version: 4.1.2

The most flexible and useful email appHave been using and enjoying Outlook for years but new phone created a few problems. I contacted the help desk and shortly after there was a new update to address the issue. Amazing support..Version: 4.46.0

Need better month view in calendarThe app is great overall, but the month view in calendar is basically unusable - super cramped, not nice visually, can’t scroll smoothly by week, only by month. Surprising that it’s so bad compared to the rest of the app..Version: 4.2125.0

Block Email addressesI would use outlook as my default account but it doesn’t have the basic function to block certain email addresses (spam) from appearing in your inbox . This function is available in all other email applications. Microsoft please add it ....Version: 4.15.0

Delay delivery function needs workThe only issue I have had with Outlook is the delay delivery function. I thought it would be useful for sending an email to arrive for start-of-day in other time zones without having to wake up hours early. Not so. The feature will only send scheduled messages when the inbox is open and active, so I need to wake up to open the app anyway. No compelling use case for the current feature..Version: 4.2212.1

Brilliant. So almost 100% perfect.One of the best phone apps I’ve used. Really well put together, slick, so much functionality but it’s there in a way that’s easy to access and not burdening. This really is the beat app to have all your mail and calendars together. The only thing that I’d really like, and that won’t be an issue for many, is the Apple Watch complications. Most calendar apps for Apple Watch allow you to have a small complication showing your next appointment, unfortunately outlook don’t yet provide this. The other thing that would be good would be the option to split the app out into two app buttons - one directly to take you to mail, the other to take you directly to calendar. I know you can long press on the app button and select ‘open’ calendar, but it would be more beneficial to me to split them into two physical buttons (maybe there’s a shortcut for this somewhere). Thanks Microsoft, great job on this. Keep up the good work!.Version: 4.32.1

Outlook for the winThe focused and other division is a life saver! All that junk mail that is fun to read but not that important puts me off opening my other email in box. Also, the ability to have a more respectable alias for my email other than the embarrassing hotmail name I came up with in the nineties is a relief when filling out contact information..Version: 4.2112.0

Easy to useLove how this email app connects with all my different devices so I don’t have to delete the same email again. And can read my responses. Makes life so much easier for reading and responding.Version: 4.2125.0

Easy to useGreat app to use and easily integrates with my outlook and gmail accounts. Only really annoying bit is when adding calendar events it adds the imagine of a dumbbell or knives and forks if the title of the event has something to do with sports or eating. Would be good to be able to get rid of that automatic feature and let you choose to just have the standard ‘dot’.Version: 2.98.0

Best iPhone email clientI use many different emails, gmail, yahoo, and exchange and outlook for iPhone has best integration for all of them. Easy to use and follow. It also provides the focuses and unfocused inbox which is extremely useful and accurate (all my work or action related email goes to focused inbox). The search is very accurate and fast. The only thing I would improve there is that once I get the search result, to be able to have an option to select all and provide an instruction ie to delete or move to a folder, which it doesn’t allow at this time. Calendar is great too. If you are Outllook user in desktop, the mobile app version is 100x more reliable and user friendly. I no longer use the outlook for windows email client I use another one since outlook for windows is glitchy. So don’t judge the mobile app version with the performance of the windows laptop version..Version: 4.2116.0

Ok but needs improvementsGreat base to the app, although it’s frustrating that the designers have still not fixed simple features. Why can’t I change font or font size. Why can’t we add pictures to signatures. Why can’t you logout without disabling the account from app. Otherwise it’s very handy when on the go..Version: 2.106.0

Support for domain namesI switched to Outlook Mail due to the inability of the native iOS app to provide notifications when the iPhone X is asleep. The app works well on iOS however I was having issues recognising my domain name email address, it would only allow me to use the default email supplied by the ISP provider. I contacted Outlook support and they wrongly advise that domain names are aliases and are not supported. This is incorrect. With the assistance of my service provider we were able to recognise my domain name email address. Functionality of the app is good, but knowledge base by support needs improvement..Version: 2.60.0

Pretty good. A couple of requests for printing and meeting controlThe app works well and does 99% of what I need to do so I don’t need to go to a computer. I would like to see a couple of enhancements though in a future release if at all possible. 1. When it comes to printing it seems it’s not possible to print a single message in its entirety when it’s part of a thread of other messages. The thread can be printed but when printing the thread each message is generally truncated which means you lose some of the information that might be of interest in a printed version. Expanding a single message in the thread to be in its own window doesn’t help because it pops over the top of the main UI and then the print controls are not accessible. 2. For meetings that are part of a series it’s not possible to cancel (or modify) the meeting occurrences. I often will be in a situation where participants have advised me that we need to cancel a meeting occurrence that is part of a series, but because I’m mobile and the app doesn’t let me delete meetings that are part of a series I have to wait until I’m back at a computer to be able to do it. Would be great to be able to do this from the app. Otherwise it’s all good. Cheers.Version: 3.24.0

Great appI love the Outlook app & use it regularly for the workplace. If there was the option to turn off “reply all” as the default setting when receiving company emails I’d give it 5 stars..Version: 4.2148.2

Good butThe app work perfectly fine as a functional, mobile version of Outlook. One gripe I have is that it constantly shows the incorrect number of notifications / emails on iPhone via the notification badges. It might say you have 3 emails, but you really have 1..Version: 4.2210.3

From a sceptic to a convertWhen our corporate email client moved from iOS Mail to Outlook, I was very sceptical of letting go of the reliability, convenience that the Mail app offered. To my surprise the Outlook app has been very convenient, largely bug free and seamless integration with the desktop outlook app. Love the experience and control this now offers to the users..Version: 4.2148.2

Good mail app that needs some polishI like outlook generally, especially the focused/other organization of the display. Controls are where I expect them to be and the app is very easy to use. The app has come a long way in the last year or so. There is, however, plenty of room for improvement! My biggest complaint right now is in the search function. I sometimes find that outlook can’t locate messages that apple mail can find easily. That’s a little unsettling because you never know when it’s failing unless you compare with apple mail on every search, which would be a hassle. If I think we could also use a one-touch send to junk mail. I’m getting more and more spam these days and it would be great to be able to handle it with a click/touch. There is no denying that outlook deals with exchange better than any third party. I’ve gotten too many errors from applications like fantastical over time, while outlook never seems to get confused about what’s coming from exchange..Version: 4.2128.0

A little buggy of lateNoticed that some messages don’t render when I tap on them to read. Simply get the header with no content. When I return back to the inbox and try again the full message is then rendered. A little annoying. Also search seems to be a little buggy also in not picking up new search terms. Appears to revert to the last term searched for. Besides that, more power to you..Version: 4.29.0

Great for two mail accountsThis app is great for those who want to use two accounts in one app. It has some time saving features that the built-in Mail app lacks, such as smart actions that learns what you do often(such as moving a piece of mail to a certain folder), saving you an extra tap. But if you have more than two accounts, the buttons are just way too small to switch between accounts, making it a hassle, so it would be less hassle to use different apps. One feature that i really would appreciate is the ability to add a favorite folder to “All Accounts”. Currently, you have to go into a specific account to access the favorite folders of that account. That requires two to three very precise taps. Come on Microsoft, this should be easy to implement. Under the hood, the scrolling operations are buttery smooth just like other native iOS apps. The battery usage is also very comparable—having dark mode also helps. This app is a few steps ahead of the Gmail app..Version: 4.2146.0

Outlook EmailI just purchased a new iPhone 12 Pro Max and I’ve setup 3 email accounts through the Outlook iOS app with ease which is way more than I can say about the Mail app that came preinstalled on the iPhone! I was able to setup one email account through the preinstalled Mail app and that’s where it ended. After trying and trying, even after using the step by step instruction (hours I’ll never get back) to add multiple email accounts to the preinstalled IOS Mail app I finally gave up and downloaded the Outlook app. Not only is it stupid easy to add multiple email accounts, it took mere minutes to do so. I’m sticking with Outlook! If it takes that much time and effort to setup multiple email accounts through the preinstalled Mail app with a person who is more than capable of understanding the technology and process to do so says a lot about the app. I encourage everyone to install the Outlook app, you won’t be disappointed..Version: 4.2119.0

Plz modify the dark modeWhen in dark mode, if i flag a mail or conversation it doesn't look so different from other mails and conversation and its really hard to identify the flagged mails later on. Plz change the color or do something else when i flag a mail in dark mode. Thank you.Version: 4.52.1

Hey cortanaIt’s great to see the functionality of Cortana improving to make a daily impact. I use the suggesting from the daily cortana email to follow up on actions as well as block space in the diary to take that break! I was out on the road the other day and having cortana read emails to me at appropriate rest spots for quick action was really handy - and it kept me from having to look at my screen - a fresh change. I’m still not getting the Hey Cortana piece worked out - that’s my next goal - to be able to ask Cortana to find that phone number for a client hidden away in an email - or draft an email for me. I’m sure it’s there - just haven’t found how to access it..Version: 4.2125.0

Time Tested and Extremely Reliable Mail ServiceI have chosen to write this review as a token of my appreciation for the incredible service and benefits I’ve enjoyed from Outlook over the years. I’ve been using Outlook since the 1960s, right at the onset of windows and desktop computers. Although there were other mail services which I used and enjoyed at the time, Outlook turned out to be my favorite for the social media and business for decades. I’m not exactly sure why this became the case except for the fact that Microsoft and Windows were very popular, exciting and very serviceable. In a sense I can virtually say that Outlook has become a part of my identity and proudly so. In our rapidly changing and fast paced world, it is very gratifying to know that some vestiges of our lives have endured and kept up with the times. It has turned out to be a legacy that has lived on to tie the generations together unto this day..Version: 4.2124.0

Good but has some significant shortcomings.Some time ago I deleted a number of files, however rather than have these permanently removed from the files column, the files are still visible under a title of deleted files indented but still visible in a block of deleted files. These should have been permanently removed and no longer visible once they were deleted, they serve no purpose in being displayed as they are, as a note I did contact support for assistance, but their recommended fixes failed to remedy the problem..Version: 2.56.0

New up datesI have been completely shut out of accessing my emails. Which I need for work. It asked for a password that I can’t remember but ever other bit of info it asks for that I provide it states that it’s already in use !!! Which it is because it’s me. I could loose my job because of this. As a contract worker I have no protection and now no email contact. Thanks a lot Microsoft. Help support no use either as they said they couldn’t help. Redirected to other help system which I couldn’t access as my details are already in use??!!!.Version: 4.7.0

Joyce DrammehI enjoy outlook although I have a iPhone it is just annoying I have internet connection problems with my Facebook messenger and WhatsApp every time I do a software update on my iOS I loose web sites and internet connection s also google does not know or make me keep signing in checking who I am which is very very disappointing I love iPhone but as I have iMac I thought it would be better to have iPhone mobile I don’t like safari or cloud I prefer google and outlook but for past 8 days I have had internet problems with internet on iMac and iPhone and still I’m having problems with my internet connection I need to know what to do as I’m getting very angry with it all.Version: 4.2112.0


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