So app search remove in Outlook. It appears that there is quite an annoying update in the Outlook app. Users have noticed a new search bar specifically for searching apps. Many people are expressing their frustration with this addition, wondering how they can remove it. After all, not everyone uses apps and therefore has no need to search for them.
The issue has prompted numerous queries on the Microsoft community forum, with users seeking answers on how to remove the app search bar. Surprisingly, there doesn't seem to be a direct solution available at the moment. Even the Microsoft support team has been unable to provide a definite answer.
Users affected by this update are left feeling frustrated. They describe the app search bar as occupying too much space on the screen. To their frustration, there is no option to uncheck or disable it, as one might expect. Some users have suggested a possible workaround by going to Outlook options and then selecting "General Outlook options" from there. Once in the options menu, they suggest looking for the search bar settings and attempting to uncheck the option that says, "Show most relevant search results on the top." However, it seems that even this method is not foolproof.
At this point, it is clear that many people are experiencing the same issue with no definitive solution available. Unfortunately, there is no immediate resolution in sight. Hopefully, Microsoft will address this problem in an upcoming update or provide a clearer explanation for users. In the meantime, if you have any insights or if Microsoft releases any updates addressing this issue, please feel free to share your thoughts and advice in the comments section below.No answer to your question? ASK IN FORUM. Subscribe on YouTube! YouTube - second channel YouTube - other channel