Outlook for iOS gets new “Ignore Conversation” feature

Laurent Giret

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Microsoft’s Outlook for iOS is getting a useful new feature to help you deal with never-ending email conversations. With the latest version 4.36.0 of the app, the new “Ignore conversation” feature will allow you to select an email conversation and make it so that all future replies will automatically end up in your Deleted Items folder.

This feature is already available on the desktop versions of Outlook, and it’s especially useful for company-wide emails that can lead to many replies back and forth. However, the Ignore Conversation feature may be rolling out gradually to Outlook on iPhone or iPad, as we’re not seeing it on our own iOS devices yet.

Outlook has slowly but surely become one of the best email clients on iOS, and the app is getting new updates and features at a regular pace. The app was also one of the first to be refreshed with the new design language that Microsoft now uses across OneDrive and the Office mobile apps, and it also supports dark theme on recent versions of iOS. If you haven’t tried it yet, you can get Outlook for iOS from the download link below.

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