MS Clutter Creates More.... Clutter?
Reid Cooper last edited by
Thread on Spiceworks today talking about the problems of MS Clutter creating too much clutter!
Looks like @Lauren7060 might be involved in that conversation!
art_of_shred last edited by
I was discussing it with @Minion-Queen , and I said "just move those notifications to the clutter folder and let it learn where to put them", but alas, it doesn't let you. Who's the moron who thought that up? Yeah, let's create a "feature" that makes every user hate the product and stop using it. Has to be upper management. Or marketing. Those guys are sharp, too.
scottalanmiller last edited by
I didn't even turn it on. From the description it sounds like a really bad idea. It's like autofiltering that takes more work than real filtering, isn't as reliable, is less predictable and then alerts you anyway completely defeating its own purpose.