How to disable '@' mentions in Microsoft Outlook?

With the latest Office Insiders build (version 2004, build: 16.0.12718.20010), Microsoft added an option in Microsoft Outlook that allows users to disable the '@' mentions in mail/meeting body. If you don't like this feature and would like to disable '@' mentions in Microsoft Outlook, follow the simple mentioned steps below. - Article by Kunal Chowdhury on


Back in 2016, Microsoft announced the '@' mentions feature in Microsoft Outlook which allows you to get someone's attention in the body of the email message or a meeting invite very easily. Now the company added an option to disable mentions in Outlook.

 

If you don't like this feature and would like to disable '@' mentions in Microsoft Outlook, follow the simple mentioned steps below.

 

How to disable '@' mentions in Microsoft Outlook?

 

If you don't know about the '@' mentions feature in Microsoft Outlook, here's you can find a demonstration of the same.

 

With the latest Office Insiders build (version 2004, build: 16.0.12718.20010), Microsoft added an option in Microsoft Outlook that allows users to disable the '@' mentions in mail/meeting body.

 

How to disable '@' mentions in Microsoft Outlook?

  1. Open the Microsoft Outlook.
  2. Select File | Options | Mail.
  3. Under the Send Messages section, clear the checkbox labeled Suggest names to mention when I use the @ symbol in a message as shown in the following screenshot:
  4. How to disable '@' mentions in Microsoft Outlook?

  5. Click OK.
  6. Restart the Microsoft Outlook for the changes to take effect.

 

 





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