How about just having filters that work? I've already read about filters being "too specific". Too specific? Are you kidding me? If I say I want to move ANY message that comes from a certain address into a certain folder, I just want it to happen. None of my recent filters work. I should not have to prioritize them all the way to the top when you don't even give me an easy way to do that short of hitting the up arrow 200 times. Bye Yahoo Mail.
Please add back the "filter messages like this" option to add a filter within an email you are currently reading. I used to be able to set up a filter so that emails that were not spam but I did not want in my inbox could be directed into one of several pre-made folders. For example, retailer emails went into a Retail folder. Journal articles went into a Research folder. Now I have to create those filters from scratch vs. having a pre-populated option that allowed messages from a certain address to be sorted into a folder I had already made. You are making the process far more lengthy than it used to be. Why?
"Filter emails like this" feature was essential. Bring it back! Please allow one filter to contain numerous "from" email addresses. I need to have all my retail discount offers in one folder. I should be able to sort filters by various things. Nice to sort them in order of importance but I should also be able to alphabetize them and I should be able to sort them by date added, etc. This is such a basic feature for email in 2019, bring it all back!!!!
I collapse the far right side column to increase the amount of email I actually see. That is user-friendly. Then I click to the very next email and you force me to lose 1/3 of my screen to the far right side column (calendar, contacts, etc.) again. Every. Single. Time. THAT is very user unfriendly! Why even give me the option to collapse it if you are going to override my decision with every click?
Surely this must be an oversight? Please fix this.