How Select Multiple Calls for Deletion with Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1

By | August 11, 2014
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The Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 or GDR 1 brings many new features, which are not available in the previous versions of the Windows Phone operating system. The operating system giant Microsoft has published a partial changelog for Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 Developers Preview. The listing is incomplete because it misses things like Cortana’s, Bluetooth integration or the new Store Live Tile.



At Earlier time the Windows Smartphone user, can delete the whole Call log or they can delete the Call Histroy One by One. This approach has lacks of the granularity, by which many users desire, so the ability to bring up the familiar multiple-select check boxes goes a long way to improving control over one’s content.



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Windows-Phone 8-1 update-1

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But now the Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 has changes this, you can see the change yourself, for this you have to just head into the Phone app and tap the ellipsis ‘…’ near the bottom.  Here you found in the middle is now ‘select calls,’ which previously found as ‘delete all.’ Once you engaged, the checkboxes should appear on the left side, letting you go through and choose multiple phone calls for deletion.



And you still would like to delete all of your entries, then choose ‘select calls‘ and now bring up the ellipsis ‘…’ again. An option to ‘select all‘ is now available, letting you delete all calls.