Microsoft has brought “Focused inbox” feature back to the Windows 10 Mail app
Focused Inbox is a key feature introduced by Microsoft on the entire platform. This feature uses machine learning algorithms to automatically read email content and learn user habits.
When a message is considered important, it is placed in the Focused Inbox feature so that users do n’t have to waste time reading those secondary messages.
Earlier, we mentioned that the updated email application in the Windows 10 beta deletes the Focused Inbox feature, but at that time Microsoft did not release any official instructions.
The Focused Inbox feature is actually a very important feature, so it is surprising that it was deleted. Fortunately, the feature was deleted only accidentally and not permanently.
After all it seems that it was a bug and Microsoft has rushed to fix it today 🙂 pic.twitter.com/wBN3kQMrWe
— Leopeva64 (@Leopeva64) January 8, 2020
Microsoft has resumed the Focused Inbox feature in the latest beta release, and now Windows 10 beta users can see this feature return after another update.
Regarding the cause of the short-term deletion, Microsoft stated that it was due to an error, and after receiving user feedback, Microsoft engineers have fixed the problem.