Windows Phone 8.1 People hub. Where is the Company field?

Posted on 2014-08-25
Last Modified: 2014-11-12
I've just upgraded my Lumia 920 to Windows Phone 8.1. There have been changes in the People Hub. Where is the Company field. Is it now the one called Office Location. This seems weird?
Question by:Martin Campbell
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    The functionality is the same. If you update "Office Location" on Windows Phone 8.1 it updates the "Company" entry on No idea why they went that route.

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    by:Martin Campbell
    Thanks Brad. I still think it's a weird and unnecessary change.

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    by:Martin Campbell
    Hi Brad,
    I've just noticed a "+" sign at the right end of the Name field. Clicking this reveals 7 fields, one of which is Company. Problem solved!

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