Please don't auto-create the email attachments folder
Please stop with the folder creation!!!!!!!!!!!!
I choose what goes in my drive!
If i wanted a folder called 'email attachments' i would
create one .. its annoying having to delete them everytime i come bk to onedrive
This is now resolved. Thanks for your patience.
I would like to say that I like the folder. Where else would the attachments be saved to unless a folder was created called exactly what it is, Email attachments. The other option of course would be to be asked where the attachment file should be saved to, but until that happens, this is a good solution in my view.
Now I don't know if everyone gets an Email attachments folder, even if you don't use the feature??If yes, then it's kind of like the clutter folder in outlook that is created even when you don't use the clutter feature, so I see that point for sure but we need to take the bad with the good sometimes!
If you don't like the folder and their solution, then don't use their features! Complaining like ******** is not the solution. This is a wicked feature that I'm happy to have, only small adjustments are needed, and if we don't have updates to download and install then what will we do!?
Please stop with I cloud lock phone I want email Nut.firstname.lastname@example.org unlock phone I want a folder called email attachment's I would I want delete all them I cloud lock phone I come beak to onedriver
Azar A. commented
still no fix, eh? no **** was given by @Douglas Douglas Pearce either
+1000 every time i show OneDrive for users they say "so i put my files into Attachments folder?". This is super confusing and annoying. And for non English users it even create two folders, Attachments and one in user's language..
Please remove it
PLEASE fix this!!! It is unacceptable to autogenerate a folder for us!!! The way you create folders does not match the way I create folders and it makes me crazy to have to work around it all the time!
Rob Woods commented
I agree. This is just plain weird.
Mike Chavez commented
I agree. I would very much like to see the 'attachments' folder go.
Lewis Eigen commented
It would be good to allow us to do it, but I think the reaction is a little excessive. it's not a big deal to even live with it and not use it. The Microsoft Team thought it would be helpful to many and not annoy others; they were wrong. Big Deal. Look at all the things they got right. Your comment is like the critic who was shown a talking dog and all he could do was criticize the accent.
These are great products that have a few flaws like anything else. Cool it.
I don't need to have this folder microsoft !
Please Microsoft, do something! I don´t even have my e-mail account linked to onedrive. This two folders are so annoying....
listen to your users Microsoft!!!
This is infuriating. Stop creating folders!
This is annoying as ****. Stop auto creating folders.
I use onedrive almost exclusively for school, so I have a "School" folder and that's it! It is so annoying to go into my onedrive folder and see the auto-created "Attachments" and "Documents" folders. Especially because I keep nothing in them! Hopefully this will be fixed soon. It makes my onedrive folder feel cluttered and unorganized and it gives me anxiety. Please remove this feature because it is just bothersome and annoying!
While your at it, please also let us be able to prevent the "Documents" folder to be automaticly created. Created empty as well.
Preetham Manjunatha commented
I don't know why Microsoft is not proactive in cloud storage business. If this is the case they will loose a lot of customers!
Bjarke Raaby commented
This is a show stopper! I've had your service for two years now but when my subscription ends in December I will move my files elsewhere if it's not fixed by then. L
I wouldn't mind if all attachments did actually get saved there automatically....but they don''t so what is the point?
Support this please!
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