Microsoft Windows 10 Parts Way with Message Classification

The update was v16005.11231.20182.0 of the Mail and Calendar app

Microsoft has been making efforts to improve its Mail and Calendar app for Windows 10 users. As part of those efforts, there are different updates that the company releases to improve the overall performance. The tech giant has come up with a new update i.e. v16005.11231.20182.0 that helps you manage your emails efficiently.

According to reports, the new update from Microsoft helps you to remove the other folder from the Mail app. Previously, there were two folders for your messages named Focused and Others.  Now you have the option to remove the Others folder from your mail app if you don’t want to this particular folder. This will leave you with the Focused folder only in your Mail app.

The two folders were introduced by Microsoft in order to make it easier for people to classify their messages. The mail messages were automatically sorted in both of the folders according to the settings. But now with the latest update, you have the option to turn off the two folder options in your Windows 10 Mail and Calendar app.

Users can go to Settings > Focused Inbox and then turn off the Sort Messages into Focused and others. Through this, messages will be delivered in one folder only and there will be no other classification. If you want to get your hands on the latest version of the app, then go and update the Mail and Calendar app from the Microsoft store.

This is not the first time that Microsoft has released updates for the Mail and Calendar app. Earlier this month, a new update was rolled out that brought full-fledged dark mode to the app. However, that particular update was released for those users only that were on Release Preview ring. Last year, Microsoft introduced design improvements to the app with fresher icons making it easier to switch.

Bill Wilson
Bill is a certified Microsoft Professional providing assistance to over 500 remotely connected employees and managing Windows 2008 to 2016 servers.