Dec 13 2020 09:49 PM
Dec 13 2020 09:49 PM
In the mobile app of Outlook, there is an option to snooze an email to a specific date and time. In that specific time, the email will go back to the inbox. Usefull if you are running inbox zero.
How do I find the same option in the desktop version of Outlook?
Dec 14 2020 02:07 AM
1. Select the email or right click the selected email
2. Click on Follow-up > Add Reminder
This will give you the option to set reminder and snooze the email option when the reminder pops up.
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Dec 14 2020 06:36 AM
@JacKonZ Outlook desktop doesn't yet have the snooze option. You will need to outlook on the web or outlook mobile to snooze messages.
If you set a flag, you'll need to move the message out of the inbox yourself if you want it out of sight until the reminder time.
Dec 14 2020 07:01 AM
Are you familier maybe with 3rd party tools that offer this for outlook?
Dec 14 2020 07:04 AM
Thank for the idea, but I already tried that, it's not easy working with those reminders.
I really need to sort this out, I'm inbox zero type of guy and this is really driving me crazy.
Dec 14 2020 07:42 AM
@JacKonZ QuickFile has a snooze feature - Quickfile Email Organiser | Email Management - Standss
Oct 29 2021 02:34 PM
Hello. That company is defunct (there is no support, but they will auto-take your money for a purchase). However, a very similar, and perhaps better version (with support) is 'SimplyFile' from a company called TechHit. I am a user, no other vested interest. The focus of the add-in is intelligent one-click filing of your emails, but one of the other features is snoozing emails.
Note, I am talking about Outlook for desktop - PC.
All the best, Desmond.
Nov 03 2021 07:38 AM
Not available yet. You can vote for this option to be introduced into the desktop version:
Nov 03 2021 07:44 AM - edited Nov 03 2021 07:45 AM
Outlook UserVoice is dead - you can leave feedback (using Outlook's Help > Feedback menu) but won't see and can't vote on others feedback.
Nov 03 2021 07:54 AM
Nov 03 2021 08:12 AM
Jun 16 2022 08:06 AM
@JacKonZ yes! You should try Outlinerdev.com, it's free, I'm a consultant full time and receive loads of emails, it really helps a lot. I know the founders who did it, 2 Berkeley students, very good people.
Jun 16 2022 08:07 AM
@JacKonZ yes! You should try Outlinerdev.com, it's free, I'm a consultant full time and receive loads of emails, it really helps a lot. I know the founders who did it, 2 Berkeley students, very good people. Rn they are wroking on an AI that will even filter the junk emails, newsletters, promotions and unimportant emails that get to your inbox and displaying them on a different folder.