Microsoft Announces New Capabilities For Office 365 Administrators To Better Manage How Clutter Works

Office 365 Clutter

The Clutter feature in Office 365 was introduced to help users focus on the most important messages in their inbox by moving lower priority messages out of their way and into a new Clutter folder. Microsoft yesterday announced new capabilities for Office 365 administrators to better manage how Clutter works.

  • Administrators can now enable specific senders or messages to bypass the Clutter filters using a defined text pattern so that the message remains in the inbox. The process uses transport rules and is similar to how spam filtering can be bypassed today. We’ve published an article on TechNet with detailed instructions for setting up Clutter bypass rules.
  • Office 365 administrators can now assign retention policy tags to the Clutter folder in a manner consistent with other default folders. This allows you to manage the lifecycle of all messages landing in the Clutter folder.
  • Clutter is designed to work wherever email is read—across a broad range of email applications, browsers and devices. To provide a consistent notification experience, system notifications are delivered via inbox messages to inform people how to use Clutter. Now you can personalize these system notifications by controlling which sender display name is shown and in the near future by adding your custom logo to these messages.
  • Office 365 administrators can now assign retention policy tags to the Clutter folder in a manner consistent with other default folders. This allows you to manage the lifecycle of all messages landing in the Clutter folder.

Read more about it here.

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