It’s frustrating getting a crucial email with an irrelevant or missing subject line. Sure, you can classify your mail to assist you find it later on, but absolutely nothing beats an useful subject line when you’re looking at your search results page. Outlook has an obscure feature that lets you edit the subject line of emails you’ve gotten, making this annoyance a thing of the past.
The capability to edit subject lines is part of the folder view settings. To access these, head to View > > View Settings.
This opens the Advanced View Settings window.
You can likewise access this panel by right-clicking on the header in a folder and after that clicking the “View Settings” command.
In the Advanced View Settings window, click the “Other Settings” button.
In the Other Settings window, enable the “Allow In-Cell Editing” option.
Click “OK” and then click “OK” again to get back to your folder.
Now if you click on the Subject of an email, you can edit it and after that struck Return to conserve your changes. You won’t have the ability to edit fields like From, To, or Received (these belong to the email header) but you’ll never again be confronted with a multitude of blank subject lines in your archive.
To turn this capability off, simply return to Advanced View Settings > > Other Settings and switch off the “Allow in-cell modifying” alternative.