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    1 comment  ·  Office Lens Users » Office Lens for iPhone  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jeff Clancey commented  · 

    I've never used Office Lens to perform actions on existing photos, so I find it quite annoying that it is taking up valuable real estate for no benefit.

    I've also found myself accidentally selecting a photo when trying to hide the picture bar as well :S

    Given that there is already an avenue to access existing photos if required, I don't see what value is being added with this "feature".

    If this feature is to remain though, please provide an option to turn it off.

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    3 comments  ·  Office Lens Users » Office Lens for iPhone  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jeff Clancey commented  · 

    I agree with the original statement and the comments so far.

    I've never used Office Lens to perform actions on existing photos, so I find it quite annoying that it is taking up valuable real estate for no benefit.

    I've also found myself accidentally selecting a photo when trying to hide the picture bar as well :S

    Given that there is already an avenue to access existing photos if required, I don't see what value is being added with this "feature".

    As per the OPs statement though, if this feature is to remain, I would be satisfied if there was simply an option to turn it off.

    Jeff Clancey supported this idea  · 

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