If you’re using the Microsoft Launcher experience on your Android phone, you probably noticed that you can now see your timeline activities.
Timeline for Microsoft Launcher is the same feature found on Windows 10, which leverages the Microsoft Graph and allows you to get back to activities (for example, app, document, website) you were working in the past, but now it extends to Android devices. (These activities could have been started on your phone or other devices, such as a desktop, laptop, or tablet that are connected with the same Microsoft account.)
The only problem is that to resume tasks across devices, Microsoft Launcher must make your activities available on your phone, which for many users isn’t a big deal, but for others it can be a privacy or security concern.
How to disable Timeline on Microsoft Launcher
If you don’t want to see your timeline activities on your phone, use these steps:
Open Microsoft Launcher settings. (Press and hold the home screen and tap on Launcher Settings.)
Tap on Your feed.
Turn off the Timeline toggle switch.
Once you’ve completed the steps, your timeline activities will no longer appear on your Android phone.
If you don’t find for Timeline on your PC, you can use these steps to disable the feature on Windows 10.