MS Outlook 2016 - Focused and Other Inboxes

For some reason, Microsoft has decided that I want mail, upon delivery, to be sorted into a focused and an other category. Microsoft was wrong. I do not want my mail organized like that. I don't see any options to turn that "feature" off. I've googled a few things and there is supposed to be a way to turn it of from the ribbon's View tab. According to Microsoft, there should be a button labeled "Show Focused Inbox". My View tab, unfortunately does not display this option.

Does anyone know how to turn it off?
cbridgmanAsked:
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cbridgmanAuthor Commented:
I've tried the link recommended by Fox. The link says to:

1. Select the View tab.

2. Select Show Focused Inbox.

3. The Focused and Other tabs will disappear from the top of your mailbox.

Unfortunately, there is no "Show Focused Inbox" anywhere on my View tab in Outlook.

Any other ideas?
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cbridgmanAuthor Commented:
Oops, never mind. The "Show Focused Inbox" button suddenly appeared on my View Menu. It wasn't there yesterday, Who knows.
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cbridgmanAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help
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