Microsoft enabled a new feature, for their Office 365 email users, called “Clutter”. Clutter attempts to classify which emails you really need and hides the rest from the main view.
Microsoft says that Clutter saves users 82 minutes per month on average. Businesses will have control over the feature and individuals will be able to turn it on or off.
Clutter learns from your actions to decide on the messages you are expected to disregard. You can “teach” clutter by dragging the emails you don’t want into the clutter folder or by marking it as clutter within OWA app.
We have to see if this feature is going to save us the time it promises.
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