New Mail and Calendar (Insider) app brings "Focused" mail in Inbox

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    New Mail and Calendar (Insider) app brings "Focused" mail in Inbox


    As title says: New Mail and Calendar (Insider) app brings "Focused" mail in Inbox.

    Too bad that user don't have more customization options. Some mail is put in "Focused" slot in Inbox. In my case, MS put some mail from last year in it. Option to put all mail from selected sender would be "a must" for such an option.
    So, only smart thing for now is to go to Settings / Reading / at the bottom there is option to turn "Focused" to off.

    Edit: I have to correct myself. Right click on single post gives user a choice to move selected post in Focused (or in other from Focused) or "Always move to Focused". Which should work just fine, if one have a lot of posts in his /her Inbox.

    New Mail and Calendar (Insider) app brings "Focused" mail in Inbox-image.png
    Last edited by AndreTen; 11 Mar 2017 at 08:38.
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    I got this this morning when I opened Mail after the update:
    New Mail and Calendar (Insider) app brings "Focused" mail in Inbox-image-001.png
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    Cliff S said:
    I got this this morning when I opened Mail after the update:
    New Mail and Calendar (Insider) app brings "Focused" mail in Inbox-image-001.png
    That's it :) You were the first too Turn it off :)
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    AndreTen said:
    That's it :) You were the first too Turn it off :)
    But...
    But....
    It makes me feel special!
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    Cliff S said:
    But...
    But....
    It makes me feel special!
    OK then. Just don't miss any important mail :)
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    The idea is cool though, my "important", like family & friends mail in one tab, and my less important stuff like Sharewareonsale updates, or Microsoft info mail in another.
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    Cliff S said:
    The idea is cool though, my "important", like family & friends mail in one tab, and my less important stuff like Sharewareonsale updates, or Microsoft info mail in another.
    Exactly. That's what I said in the first post - but you have to be able to decide which one is important (to you)! Not MS default settings??
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    Brink said:
    Thanks for the heads up Brink :) Missed that one
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    AndreTen said:
    As title says: New Mail and Calendar (Insider) app brings "Focused" mail in Inbox.

    Too bad that user don't have more customization options. Some mail is put in "Focused" slot in Inbox. In my case, MS put some mail from last year in it. Option to put all mail from selected sender would be "a must" for such an option.
    So, only smart thing for now is to go to Settings / Reading / at the bottom there is option to turn "Focused" to off.

    New Mail and Calendar (Insider) app brings "Focused" mail in Inbox-image.png
    It is possible to do your above "Option to put all mail from selected sender would be "a must"".
    Just type name or title in Search box at top reveals all....then clicking on Hamburger gives choices.
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