removal/hiding of unused Outlook 365 left panel items

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End users should be able to hide/remove most of these entries in their left control panel within Outlook 365.

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I mean you technically kind of can. You just collapse the username@domain entry after adding the ones you want to the favorites, then you only have the folders you want to show in the favorites section without all the noise there.
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Totally agree with Chris here....might I ask why you need to hide this?
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Archive, Scheduled, Conversation history, Filer_Snooze and Clutter are all created when you use a related service. I.e Archive is created when you right click a message and choose the Archive option.
All other folders are standard.
My point is that all the folders in your screenshot exist because a related service is actively being used or had been in the past.