Microsoft is enabling its automatic email de-cluttering feature by default

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Back in November, Microosoft released Clutter, a feature that helps Outlook users keep their inboxes organized by automatically moving less important emails into a separate folder. From June, Microsoft will be turning on the feature by default for both new and existing users, although you’ll still be able to opt-out. The company says that people who use Clutter spend 82 less minutes per month reading email, and that it moves over a million emails per day. It’s made some usability changes too. The constant inbox notifications for moved email will be replaced by less frequent alerts and summary notifications. Alerts…

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