People hate my people. Rightly, My People is just a waste of space that nobody likes. You do not have to interact with My People if you do not want to, but now My People could die.
I'm talking about the My People Windows feature that you might use or do not even know exist ̵
There are a number of reasons for this – for one, My People never got a way of integrating third-party vendors. If you and everyone you know does not use Microsoft All-In, that was pretty useless. Otherwise, most users probably have disabled the feature fairly quickly, just to forget that it even existed. I am definitely guilty of the latter.
Now Microsoft will probably quit the feature. According to Windows Enthusiasts Albacore, who finds all sorts of Windows goodies (and um, baddies?) In front of most other users, the "My People" feature in the 19H1 insider build shows a devaluation notice. He goes on to say that this is a "shame" because My People had "interesting technology".
In the upcoming 19H1 insider builds, the People Bar will show a devaluation notice. It is a shame to see that this is something with pretty interesting technology behind it.
– Albacore (@thebookisclosed) December 13, 2018
Pretty typical Microsoft, right? Behind the idea that nobody uses (mostly due to inadequate execution) are some constructions just to finish the feature a few months later. Sigh