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Microsoft Office 365’s New ‘Clutter’ Tool Streamlines Your Inbox



Microsoft unveiled a series of new features for Office 365‘s Outlook users, including an Android web app, and tools for decluttering your inbox and collaborating on documents.

Jeff Teper, the Redmond, Wash. company’s corporate vice-president, revealed the changes on Monday at the Microsoft Exchange Conference in Austin.

Codenamed “Clutter,” the feature aims to make it easier for people to go through their inboxes by automatically separating email based on importance.

“At its heart, it intends to remove as much unimportant mail, or clutter, from a user’s inbox as possible so that a user’s inbox can, well, become their inbox again,” Steve Chew, a senior product-marketing manager in the Exchange group, said in a blog post. “Leveraging the intelligence of the Office Graph, clutter looks for how ‘importantly’ or ‘unimportantly’ you treat emails, and looks for patterns behind those behaviors.” Read more…

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