Jan 10 2022 06:27 PM
Jan 11 2022 05:36 AM - edited Jan 11 2022 05:37 AM
This is a huge problem. I need features in the old outlook that aren't available in the new outlook. When I applied the update it automatically switched me to the new outlook. Is there anyway to revert back?
Jan 11 2022 05:40 AM
Please put the switch back!!! (And, you should NEVER force a user to upgrade without confirming.)
Interestingly, after it applied the update, it did display a popup about the new GUI, and there was a "revert" button. When I pushed that, it exited Outlook and restarted, but it was STILL the new GUI. I don't see any way to get the old UI back, and I need that until he new one will support local distribution lists and Notes.
Jan 11 2022 08:17 AM
Jan 11 2022 11:03 AM
Jan 12 2022 08:44 PM
Jan 13 2022 01:35 PM
Jan 13 2022 02:36 PM
After three days without the switch, I can home today, opened Outlook and the switch appeared. I had to add the account again as it was as if it was a new install, but everything was back the way it should be,
Jan 17 2022 10:34 AM
Jan 17 2022 12:43 PM
@ParshantSlathia The IT folks at my company said that if enough people voice their concerns for this new version of outlook they may decide to bring that switch back. If you know anyone else who's affected by these changes encourage them to leave comments so Microsoft notices. Thanks!
Jan 19 2022 05:26 AM
Feb 12 2022 06:51 AM
Feb 17 2022 07:14 AM
I have sometimes switched to the New Outlook to see if it's improved, find that it has not, then switch back to the Classic mode. Did this yesterday, but now the "switch" is gone so I can't go back? What??? Please restore that switch so I can continue to use the Outlook features that make me productive.
Feb 17 2022 10:46 AM