Mar 09 2022 02:49 AM
Mar 09 2022 02:49 AM
The navigation bar has been moved to the left. How can I change it back to be on the bottom?
Mar 09 2022 11:28 AM - edited Mar 09 2022 11:29 AM
@_JR321 after an update last night, the navigation bar has moved to the left for me too. I find it more convenient and more economical to have the navigation bar at the bottom for mouse movements (I have RSI / OOS, so need to be economical.) I wouldn't mind it reverting back to where it was, or at least giving us the option to move it if it's more efficient to have the navigation bar at the bottom.
Mar 09 2022 11:30 PM
I found the answer to this unwanted change (in the future it will be forced to have it on the left ...). I've already posted it on the MS forum but I will post it also here what to do:
Guys, this feature drove me also crazy but I did what u/AKSNC30 wrote BUT I had NOT the possibility to unclick the "Coming Soon" feature in the normal or safe Outlook.
What I did:
1) Closed MS Outlook
2) run with WIN+R (Windows button + R) and typed outlook.exe /safe (there must be a space between "exe" and "/safe"
( 3) if there is no feature for "Coming soon" - just close safe Outlook)
4) closed the "Safe Outlook"
5) reopened normal Outlook
and all was again in place (nav bar under e-mail folders). So I don't really know but Microsoft is doing some stuff without even the possibility to revert it back ... and we pay for this ...
The link to my comment is here on page 10 (Vik99977)
Mar 10 2022 02:45 AM
Mar 10 2022 08:07 AM
@MBZ1_ Moving the navigation bar to the left side is not my choice but can live with it. What I have a serious issue with is that my shortcuts are no longer accessible, as is the full list of folders. Does anyone know how to get the folder list and shortcuts back? I am concerned about the temporary reprieve of the /Safe mode start in case that wipes my customizations. I have a LOT of custom views, conditional formats, rules, etc... All I want is to be able to get my shortcuts and full folder list back.
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