Let us disable Search with Bing
After I install outlook, "Search with Bing" appears in my text selection menu, system-wide.
I hate that, just like "Search bar extension" in the Windows XP time. And I can't even disable it.
Trini Trigo commented
you installed it without my permission!! I do not like it! NO NO NO!!
Hunter Meyer commented
Very spammy. Microsoft is pushing features without user permission (like the terrible in-app Edge browser) or a way to disable it.
Gmail let's you toggle such features. Microsoft seems desperate. Not a good look. This is why no one uses your search engine ir browser.
Stop forcing bing into the context menu of users.
Ulas Berk Unalan commented
It is like a virus. I dont want it. It is unproffessionel and unbecoming to microsoft.
I agree with those that say this is spammy. Stick to your knitting - building great applications.
Aguilar, Brandon commented
After installing Outlook on Android, your text selection pop-up (the menu of options you're presented with when you select text in Android, such as Copy/Paste/Web Search/etc) is modified to include "Bing Search" as option, obviously to direct more traffic to Bing. This feels very see spammy. I never installed this, never asked for it, don't want it. Apparently it automatically gets installed if you install Outlook, which is COMPLETELY unrelated to Bing. This is not a good look for Microsoft.
Please remove your bing search option for long-pressed menu. How dare you add bing search option without my permission?
Understand you need to ask for permission before adding new features.
Paul Purcell commented
Please stop taking advantage of features that you know should never be used in this way in an attempt to trick people to use your worthless search engine