Please allow us to get rid of this 'Conversation History' folder. I have no use for it and it just takes up space.
Allow us to remove the 'Conversation History' folder. I have no use for this and never will. Please allow us to delete it.
Thanks for your patience. We’re putting Hiding the “Conversation History” folder (and other empty, unused folders) under consideration, for possible Outlook.com improvements.
[Deleted User] commented
Absolutely! Please STOP recreating it every time I delete it!
Seeing how long ago this request was made only points to Microsoft not caring about customers. Then again, a large number of users are oblivious to issues like this.
Reactions like "Oh, I never noticed" or "You are too picky".
I agree. The clutter of unused default folders is really annoying. Please do something!
Lee Mora commented
The clutter of unused default folders makes it really annoying when using Outlook in Office365. Please allow us to hide any, and all, folders we wish to hide, even if we are not allowed to delete them, hiding them from view would be a huge help!
Tony Lawson commented
Conversation History, Notes, and RSS Subscriptions are all folders I didn't create, I don't use, that are empty, and that won't go away. PLEASE, let us hide them if even if we can't delete them!
If a Microsoft programmer had an unwanted dog **** in his yard he would remove it. So why can't I remove unwanted and unused folders from Outlook - e.g. RSS feeds and Conversation History? I've never ever used a RSS feed and don't know what it is. I don't want them. I don't use them. Can the message be any clearer? They are pointless. They get in the way. Just like a dog **** in my yard if I had one!
Pam B. commented
I want very much to use Outlook, but good grief. I cannot stand all the clutter of the folders I don't need. I'll not be using it now and will have to stick with a sub-par system. Please let us delete all these useless folder.
David McCracken commented
How do I delete unneeded folders like Scheduled and Archive? These are unnecessary for me and only reduce the visibility of my personal folders.
Hiding the Conversation History is a high priority (along with other unused folders). Not sure why this is defaulted and can be customized. When will this be updated?
I support Anonymous. Stop this clutter and conversation history folders. Get rid of them or give us the option to remove/delete them if we don't want them. ALSO, in the Outlook app on my iPhone I went to Help & Feedback > Contact Support. I sent a message and got a reply. NOW, how can I delete this conversation since I don't want it to sit there forever???? Or will it auto deleted after e.g. 30 days???
Please, please, please stop adding all these clutter folders!
Let us delete conversation history, clutter, RSS feeds and all the folders we don't use.
Please allow us to hide or delete these folders. It's unnecessary clutter that complicates the user experience.
Why do we need junk and spam box, then spam goes to deleted. TOO much redundancies!
Suneel Kumar commented
“Conversation History” folder is quite disturbing as i didnt noticed that inbox emails are automatically getting moved there whih damaged me alot as i saw a lot emails later.
I need to hide or get rid of the following folders: Archive, Conversation History, RSS Subscriptions, Search Folders. It's as if every few days, another mysterious folder appears in my list. I don't have room or patience for this. I have a hundred other folders that I actually use. Give us this option, already. If you can add them for no apparent reason, you can easily give us the option to remove them. Try making your customers happy for once. This isn't hard...
Elliot Bridgewater commented
I only access my e-mail via. Outlook.com in a Web browser.
I have never used Archive, Conversation History, Notes, RSS Feeds nor Groups.
Can we please have an option to hide these folders?
Please, give us the option to remove or hide "system folders", like "Conversation History", "Notes" and "Groups"...
They are useless and do nothing but take space and clutter the UI.
I've been chasing all day for an important file and was assured several times it had been sent and were then re-sent.
Finally found them and several others up to a week old sitting inside the Conversation History file when I searched under the sender name.
When I opened the file they all automatically de-camped to Inbox.
What sort of perverted logic created this merry-go-round?
OMG, going through this folder and I have dozens and dozens of emails I have missed!!!
I would like to know why I have random emails arriving in my 'Conversation History' folder. I have had people saying they have emailed me but I haven't received anything. I just didn't notice this folder to look in there, until this evening. I have just found lots of emails I needed in this folder. Why, oh why are they going in there and how can I change the settings so that they come into my inbox, like all my other emails?