Did you know that there is a simple workaround to fix the app search bar issue in Outlook? By removing the reading pane, you can get rid of this problem. Here's how:
- Open Outlook and navigate to the "View" tab.
- On the right side of the screen, you will find the reading pane. Click on it.
- Now, you will see options to change the layout of the reading pane. Choose either "Bottom" or "Off".
- By disabling the reading pane, you will also disable the app search bar.
This workaround can be quite useful until the official Outlook update on February 13th, which is expected to fix this issue permanently.
Once the update is released, you won't need to go through these steps anymore. The app search bar should function as intended without any workarounds. Until then, however, this method can help you get by without the search bar causing any trouble.
It's always great to see software updates being rolled out to address known issues and improve user experience. Make sure to keep an eye out for the Outlook update on February 13th, which should resolve this app search bar problem once and for all.
In the meantime, give this workaround a try and let us know if it helps resolve the issue for you. Remember, it's important to stay updated with the latest software releases to ensure the smooth operation of your apps and devices.No answer to your question? ASK IN FORUM. Subscribe on YouTube! YouTube - second channel YouTube - other channel