I get emails to my box from a certain career website. It didn't bother me for a while, but the last week they literally buried me with an avalanche of email and I missed another email that was actually important.
I go to unsubscribe on one of their emails and surprise, I can't. Clicking unsubscribe takes me to a web page where there's no option to unsubscribe. Instead I get a huge ad where they try to sell me something instead! That's a 'violation' of email practices/etiquette. That makes it spam and an undesirable sender so I won't be dealing with them anymore. Black list them, right?
Okay. So, theoretically I should just be able to right click the message and tag the sender or email as spam. I used to be able to do that anyway in Windows live 2012 mail.
But for some insane, ridiculous reason (most likely, "how can we be more like Apple?"), the windows 10 Mail developers decided to take out the handy "mark as spam" feature that windows email products have had for over a decade.
Oh, wait, I'm now supposed to do 4 extra steps (clicks) to move it to my junk folder. Really? And "move to junk", a folder that looks exactly the same as 20 of my other folders (had to spend 10 minutes figuring that out). What exactly does that mean? No. I want to "mark as spam and block sender". I used to have that option. [Plus I want to be able to send code that nukes their harddrive... now THAT would be something.]
Put back the 'mark as spam' right click feature please.
Stop taking useful stuff that we're all used to out for the sake of streamlining. This is an example of Windows 10 design decision over thinking without stopping to ponder why stuff was there in the first place. Stop trying to be Jobs. Be Gates instead.