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    42 comments  ·  Microsoft 365 Groups  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    I do see that the outlook IOS App now supports office 365 Group calendars, but without the ability to copy events from shared or personal calendars, It's still impossible to transition completely to office 365 groups. Teams, Sharepoint, and Planner are solid. Group emails (Conversations) need to have subfolders and calendar needs to be able to import/export. Unfortunately, I don't see this on the Microsoft Roadmap.

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    261 comments  ·  Microsoft 365 Groups  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Office 365 groups are very powerful but the inability to categorize email into subfolders makes the workflow not usable. For example, if you have an accounting office 365 group how can you file away an email that someone else already addressed? Quite honestly, we can't figure out what microsoft has in mind with the current approach.

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    We have looked at this extensively prior to converting from shared mailboxes. Without the ability to mark an email as completed or move it out of the conversation into a subfolder,we have no way of communicating that a particular email has been addressed. For example, a invoice comes in to the accounting group email and Melissa enters it into QB’s and archives the pdf to sharepoint. How does Stephanie know that it was already addressed? It either remialns in the conversation or it can be deleted and we lose the history.
    Microsoft is building a powerhouse with O365 but this limitation makes no sense to us.

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    9 comments  ·  Microsoft 365 Groups  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    We currently use shared mailboxes instead of Groups because we can create sub folders. When someone responds to an email they will move it from the inbox to a sub folder with their name on it. This allows us to have a history of who responded and prevents more than one person from responding to the same email. Unfortunately shared mailboxes are not viewable in outlook for iOS. Groups would be an ideal replacement but without the ability to create sub folders it’s useless for our application

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