Pretty Good 4/5
Everything about it is pretty good except for the Focused Inbox. I don’t get it and it doesn’t help me. I always end up checking both inboxes anyway because I miss things I need to see that end up in unfocused.
Needs “mark as not spam” option 2/5
The standard desktop outlook offers the option to mark an email as not spam. Unless I am completely overlooking this option, it is nowhere to be found.
Awesome app 5/5
Can’t move emails to sub folders 1/5
By Alexis_The Baller
Since the latest update, I haven’t been able to move emails into sub folders! Very frustrating!!
Good app 4/5
Works great, my only gripe is that there is not a single button to empty the “Deleted” folder like there is for the junk mail folder...
Outlook Review 5/5
The features are awesome. Definitely when it comes to retrieving emails this platform performs at a high level.
Latest updates breaks a critical feature 3/5
I love this app. But one reason I love it is that I can search for a folder to store a new email in, and then select the folder and send the email there.
This latest update seems to break that feature - now when I am trying to put a new email in a folder by searching for the folder, nothing happens when I select it. The email stays in the inbox. I have to go to 'move' again, and then scroll through my entire folder list to find the one I want. Then when I tap it, the email will move.
iPhone X running the latest update. Deleted and reinstalled Outlook, hard reset, nothing fixes this. Please resolve!
Kiss your battery life goodbye 2/5
And there is no ability set mail to fetch instead of push and kills my battery
Report bug 3/5
By netta p
I love this app. I would like to report 2 very annoying bugs. If they were to be fixed (especially the first one) then I’d give back the stars!
Latest release: can no longer select an email and move it to a folder. It just doesn’t move! You click to move it, and it doesn’t move out of the inbox and into the selected folder as expected.
Old bug: search for an older email, reply all to that email, email won’t send. There is an error message that happens, and that has been going on for several releases.
Slow and confusing 3/5
Wrote today same email, twice and I couldn’t send it because it never opened send arrow. It had address and subject which all worked fine with Apple’s.
By Reices Puffs
Constant need to reauthorize gmail accounts 1/5
I’m not sure what changed but suddenly I have to reauthorize every one of my Gmail accounts EVERY time I open the app. Considering I have 6 accounts attached for separate purposes, this got to the point where I’ve deleted and given up on this app.
Originally I downloaded it in order to be able to easily post to my outlook calendar that’s shared, but I can’t even do that anymore.
Flawless experience 5/5
Its just Flawless. Kudos to developers n MS
Positive Review 5/5
Apple, Microsoft makes use of the internet
Overall good experience, sometimes buggy 4/5
Good mobile experience of Outlook. My two issues are
1. Sometimes when composing an email the text editing area is obfuscated by the keyboard (bug). This seems to happen most often when I’m replying to or forwarding an email.
2. I don’t love the recent global search change. I think the utility of it is good, but I can no longer get to search from within my inbox which is a slightly jarring disconnect for me.
Latest release has a problem 3/5
I would give this a higher review except that the latest update has a big issue. Outlook support has acknowledged that you cannot move any of your email from the inbox to any of the folders that you have. This is hampering my productivity. Please fix.
Last update is buggy 4/5
By Barbara Rocha
This last update is kinda buggy for me. There's a lag when using swipe to delete/flag, when I change the account/inbox there is a part of the acreen that gets darker and another that gets lighter. Actually everything feels laggy.
Long-time outlook user 5/5
I think the Outlook team has done a fantastic job of cramming functionality into a mobile app. It’s a tough balancing act. They continue to add features that add value. I think it’s developing well. Would love to be on their customer feedback team. I use this A LOT for work and have ideas!
Can’t move emails to folders 1/5
By Mal is Malcolm
We been having issues here at the company where you can’t move emails from the inbox into Folders.. it happens at random. Even after restarting the iPhone or doing a uninstall-reinstall of the Outlook app or even in the Apple Mail app. This is impacting the office 365 emails. I did some searching on google and noticed this issue has been going on for more than a year now.. can you fix this?
Rock Solid - great Support 5/5
2018/03/15 - updating review - last several released rock solid
Outlook on IPhone 5/5
By Law, law, Law 777
Very convenient in reading and sending quick emails.
2.68.0 cannot move emails to folder 1/5
This is a new bug in this release. Support claims to have a ticket open on this. In the mean time, if you use folders to manage messages, it will not work.
Unable to move emails 1/5
Update negated my ability to move emails from inbox to folder. Please help!
Bad update 1/5
My app just stopped fully loading after the update. Please advise.
3D Touch 3/5
Update—opening a message from the lock screen leads me to a “deleted message” screen. Please fix the bug.
After a day of testing I ditched the Apple’s email app for this and never looked back.
Do wish they’d take advantage of 3D Touch.
Total Garbage 1/5
The people responsible for this app are utterly incompetent. After the last update, when I reply to a message, the keyboard displays OVER my reply so I can’t see what I’m typing. Even the most basic test would have revealed this. When will Microsoft be put out of its misery so companies can run software which actually works?
Needs better performing email search 2/5
By Marko Poloo
It takes ages for the app to lookup a given email from my gmail account, and most of the times it doesn’t find it. However, the gmail app itself can fetch it in a matter of seconds. I request the team to investigate why fetching emails from the servers is taking such a long time.
Latest update broke Move 3/5
Move to folder feature no longer working
Searching is a nightmare. 1/5
Have fun searching for e-mails.
Not sure how the search filter works, but it is definitely faulty.
For example, if I tried to search "California" - knowing I had a recent email with a subject containing California
It would yield no results. Then I would manually scroll down to find it. And there it is, clear as day. The word California in the subject line.
Also, when you think it doesn't search far enough in your history. You will randomly get results dating even farther back. Or get results that you're not even sure if the email contains the word you searched
Email search has not Improved. But gotten worst since i last updated the App (03/14/18)
By Katrina Matos
Ironically Can’t Open .vcf Attachments 2/5
This would be a 4 or higher but when e-mail myself contacts from other account to add them to my phone contacts the vcf e-mail attachments (contacts) won’t open. Says “incompatible”
Love the App but needs a few tweaks 4/5
Functions as needed but would be better if the ToDo app was incorporated and the folder structure was collapsible. I don’t like seeing all of the subfolders. I hate having to switch between Outlook and ToDo.
Need More Control 3/5
I like this app, however, it needs to give the user more control as to how to manage email addresses. I would love the ability to be able to block email addresses using this app. There’s always several spam emails getting through and unsubscribing from them is pointless.
By Double H. King
Quick navigation easy to use.
Outlook is the Bomb Diggatty 5/5
Outlook is very, very user friendly.
Forget the rest go with the best.
Always stuck not downloading messages 2/5
I have problems at least once a month when trying to download emails. It will not refresh and is usually 8 to 12 hours behind before the updatecomes in. I do weekly updates as they come in but doesn’t seem to help. Sure like most of the functions on this app but probably will be changing.
Needs work. Could google be worse? 2/5
By Dylan Cornelius
1. Open calendar, see calendar entries, after one second all entries disappear and are replaced with the word “UPDATING” for 30-60 seconds. Finally, if the screen hasn’t timed out I see the entries a minute later and can finally use the calendar.
2. I pay godaddy for office365, and when I call godaddy for support they say it’s Microsoft’s problem. When I call Microsoft they say its godaddy’s problem.
3. Need functionality to convert an email to a calendar invite. It works on other platforms...why not iOS?
Color typing 3/5
It would be very helpfull if there’s a way to type in color. Also have bold lettering
Terrible update - can’t find certain contacts with autofill 1/5
What happened with this update? Why are contacts that I email frequently not being auto filled? What a mess. Please don’t fix things that are not broken and make the changes.
Great until 4/5
By Xian 23
The last update broke moving emails to folders.
App crashes when I swipe left to move email and tap the search bar.
Last update broke auto-complete for email addresses😖 1/5
I absolutely love the Outlook app and have been using it for years, but the last update broke auto-complete when you are typing in an email address forcing me to go back to the awful Mail app from Apple.
Please fix this ASAP!!
It works, mediocre behavior 3/5
My company is mandating a bunch of changes forcing me to use this app. It works.
* it messes up email that isn’t in rich text format or in a format it expects. In one common case, I get extra line breaks.
* the read msg/delete msg/read next msg is inefficient in the GUI. Ditto for flagging for follow up.
* updates are delayed on re-open. I have N messages from notifications but I don’t see them for some time after opening.
* I spend more time staring at “message doesn’t exist” waiting for it to catch up.
* no direction of reading controls, I read newest to oldest.
I haven’t seen how it handles secure messages yet.
Outlook App 5/5
By IA Boy
Great app to tie together Office 365. These products have ended my IT nightmare with software purchases and updates. Thanks
Well, I wrote a lengthy, thoughtful critique about why I'm done with this otherwise highly anticipated mail client from Microsoft. But my battery died and Apple hasn't figured out how to cache unfinished or "in-progress" reviews. So there's that.
Outlook for iOS has/had a BUG that inadvertently causes the email currently being written to "send" by some unknown, yet definitely NOT intentionally triggered, mechanism that irregularly emerged in an unpredictable manner. I finally gave up after this BUG, yet again, sent an unfinished email. This occurrence was certainly NOT in response to what long-established usability convention would instruct should be nothing less than an absolute and undeniably intentional, user-triggered mechanism.
This is the type of "bug" that's such an abomination I can safely say I've certainly never seen replicated by any similar product from other brands. At least not in the past 8-10 years.
After it first happened, not long after Outlook had outgrown it's beta phase and launched an official release I suppose I just chalked it up to some type of one-off fluke or moonphase nonsense. After second occurrence many, many months later, a very necessary, emergency tactic and precaution to avoid a subsequent incident was deployed. I simply left the recipient field empty until the last minute. And it worked—though I realize in the back of my mind this approach wasn't foolproof, as I'd left my absentmindedness unchecked.
As the time passed I became lazy and eventually forgot about using my safeguard precaution. Then, blammo! Damnit. My frustration for leaving myself so vulnerable was indeed, well-earned. But, after thinking about it, realizing how utterly MAJOR such a BUG really is in the scheme of things, I was angry that such a collossal bug remained unattended all this time. It's more than clear the dev-team had been focused a great deal on areas I felt could be categorized as gimmicky, if not bloatspace-flavored.
There should never, ever be such a BUG that triggers "send email" without an explicit, manual action to trigger the event. Adherence to basic rudimentary and fundamental usability convention prevents this from happening. Even a simple, double-confirmation pop-up window—while not the most elegant—could prevent this from happening. There's indeed a very specific reason what now amounts to practically hundreds of email clients that manage to avoid falling prey to such a basic error.
I've literally tested most every iPhone and Mac email client ever developed since 1990, and cannot remember more than once, or MAYBE twice, encountering this problem. No doubt the death nail BUG for this category.
I can only describe the scenario that invoked or triggered last and final time this occurred. In the initial instance, somehow, while typing a draft email in an open email window, the next thing I realize I'm looking at the original mail I had been replying to, or looking at the window with the list of messages in the particular open mailbox that I was sending from.
I cannot imagine what could possibly be the culprit behind these mysteriously sent emails. Why didn't the customary "Send" and "Undo" or "Edit" or "Send Later" options pop-up, per usual?
The final time I experienced this problem, before deleting Outlook once and for all, was very unique scenario; I had to stop writing an email and realizing it might be poor judgement to leave an unfinished email open, I clicked the "close window" check box invoking the "delete or save for later" pop-up window. Tragically, instead of the pop-up window invoking, the unfinished, draft email was instead sent on its way.
Who knows what horribly catastrophic results have occurred to the unsuspecting victims of this horrible UI atrocity? I won't detail my experience here, as I've already spent way more time than intended. Suffice it to say, this BUG is entirely and categorically both completely unavoidable and completely unacceptable.
BTW, I remember a particularly annoying Outlook for iOS UI element that I found intrusive and awkwardly positioned when it first appeared in the lower right corner. I believe I'm talking about the paperclip and printer(?) icons, which represented "add attachment/photo" or "send email to printer," and they're combined into one unit—of I remember correctly. I regularly found that as I was writing an email and my text encroached on this icon in the lower right corner of the text area, I found myself hitting the "return" key in order to add whitespace. Perhaps you might consider providing the option to relocate this to left corner?
This is excellent. 5/5
Continue like that. And thanks
Like it a bunch. 5/5
Generally solid mail app. The addition of archiving was good. The filters are getting there. This app is really the best option for those using Office 365.
Doesn’t sync well 3/5
The app does not link to my computer.. has all old data I can’t delete. Very annoying
Missing basic feature 3/5
Any idea how to unread one mail in a conversation? When I do it, all mails in the conversation are marked as unread. Also after unification Search has become inefficient.
Porque não posso selecionar a pasta no drive para baixar arquivos 2/5
By pasta selecionar
Quando baixo arquivo no drive não posso selecionar a pasta