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    1 comment  ·  Oculus Quest 2 and Quest » Store  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    snakehill commented  · 

    If uninstalled apps would only show in 'Not Installed', it wouldn't be nearly as big an issue. It would still be really odd behavior (especially if free apps keep showing up there also) but at least the default view wouldn't be an absolute mess. And there is no way to change the default, so we are forced to look at the clutter.

    I'm extremely hesitant to ever try out other apps now, knowing that I may not like them and that they then will clutter up the Apps overview. I would think Oculus would prefer if we would try out as many apps as possible instead, generating more feedback, data and possibly money. So this is an absolute no go.

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    1 comment  ·  Oculus Quest 2 and Quest » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    snakehill commented  · 

    If uninstalled apps would only show in 'Not Installed', it wouldn't be nearly as big an issue. It would still be really odd behavior (especially if free apps keep showing up there also) but at least the default view wouldn't be an absolute mess. And there is no way to change the default, so we are forced to look at the clutter.

    I'm extremely hesitant to ever try out other apps now, knowing that I may not like them and that they then will clutter up the Apps overview. I would think Oculus would prefer if we would try out as many apps as possible instead, generating more feedback, data and money. So this is an absolute no go.

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    snakehill commented  · 

    If uninstalled apps would only show in 'Not Installed', it wouldn't be nearly as big an issue. It would still be really odd behavior (especially if free apps still show up there also) but at least the default view wouldn't be an absolute mess. And there is no way to change the default, so we are forced to look at the clutter.

    I'm extremely hesitant to ever try out other apps now, knowing that I may not like them and that they then will clutter up the Apps overview. I would think Oculus would prefer if we would try out as many apps as possible instead, generating more feedback, data and money. So this is an absolute no go.

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    snakehill commented  · 

    This. I'm extremely hesitant to ever try out other apps now, knowing that I may not like them and that they then will clutter up the default Apps overview. I would think Oculus would prefer if we would try out as many apps as possible instead, generating more feedback, data and potentially money. So this is an absolute no go.

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    27 comments  ·  Oculus Quest 2 and Quest » Store  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    2 comments  ·  Oculus Go » Store  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    snakehill commented  · 

    If uninstalled apps would only show in 'Not Installed', it wouldn't be nearly as big an issue. It would still be really odd behavior but at least the default view wouldn't be an absolute mess. Free apps should never show there, but even uninstalled paid ones shouldn't show in the default overview. With not being able to change the default, we are forced to look at a cluttered mess.

    I'm extremely hesitant to ever try out other apps now, knowing that I may not like them and that they then will clutter up the Apps overview. I would think Oculus would prefer if we would try out as many apps as possible instead, generating more feedback, data and money. So this is an absolute no go.

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    snakehill commented  · 

    If uninstalled apps would only show in 'Not Installed', it wouldn't be nearly as big an issue. It would still be really odd behavior but at least the default view wouldn't be an absolute mess.

    I'm extremely hesitant to ever try out other apps now, knowing that I may not like them and that they then will clutter up the Apps overview. I would think Oculus would prefer if we would try out as many apps as possible instead, generating more feedback, data and money. So this is an absolute no go.

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    1 comment  ·  Oculus Quest 2 and Quest » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    snakehill commented  · 

    Absolutely.

    If uninstalled apps would only show in 'Not Installed', it wouldn't be nearly as big an issue. It would still be really odd behavior but at least the default view wouldn't be an absolute mess. Also, it defaults to the 'All' overview with no way to change that default behavior, so we are forced to look at the cluttered mess.

    I'm extremely hesitant to ever try out other apps now, knowing that I may not like them and that they then will clutter up the Apps overview. I would think Oculus would prefer if we would try out as many apps as possible instead, generating more feedback, data and money. So this is an absolute no go.

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    snakehill commented  · 

    If uninstalled apps would only show in 'Not Installed', it wouldn't be nearly as big an issue. It would still be really odd behavior but at least the default view wouldn't be an absolute mess.

    I'm extremely hesitant to ever try out other apps now, knowing that I may not like them and that they then will clutter up the Apps overview. I would think Oculus would prefer if we would try out as many apps as possible instead, generating more feedback, data and money. So this is an absolute no go.

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    snakehill commented  · 

    It's not just that one preferring to stay in 'All', it defaults to 'All'. So we are forced to see the cluttered view, and can only filter it out after the fact.

    If uninstalled apps would only show in 'Not Installed', it wouldn't be nearly as big an issue. It would still be really odd behavior for uninstalled free apps to show up in there.

    I'm really hesitant to ever try out other apps now, knowing that I may not like them and that they will clutter up the Apps overview.

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