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15 tips to become the master of Mail on iPhone & iPad

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15 tips to become the master of Mail on iPhone & iPad
Mail is the most used apps on the smartphone and tablet, we are dependent on mail for almost everything. In simple word, we can say that Email has become a constant part of most people’s lives. Some primarily use email for work, others may use it to communicate with friends and family located all over the world. Whatever your reason for using email, the fact is, email is important. And when something is important, you want to be able to use it efficiently and quickly.




Today in this article we bring you the 15 tips and tricks about the emails that will help you become the master of email.

Move emails between CC, BCC fields

If you’ve typed an email address in the “To” field but want to move it to the BCC field, you can avoid cut/paste by simply long tapping on the email address you want to move, and then drag it to the required field.

Slide Over




On the iPad, you can easily work with two apps at the same time with Slide Over. If you are working on a document and need to pull up the Mail app you can do so with ease. Once done slide the Mail app off, and continue your browsing.

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Picture in Picture

The iPad is big enough for two screens. Well not really, but you can FaceTime or have a call while writing or working on an email message. Pretty convenient for multi-taskers or folks working on group projects.

Split View

Another iPad advantage, similar to Slide Over is Split View. Users can give 50% percent of the screen to Mail and another application for increased productivity.




Show and hide Inbox in Portrait mode

If you find it a pain to keep jumping between the Inbox and the email in the portrait mode in the Mail app, then you will be happy to know that there is a quicker way to show and hide the inbox. While in portrait mode, simply swipe right from the left edge of the screen to bring up the inbox. You can swipe back to the left to hide it again.

Set up thread alerts

When you want special alerts for a particular email thread tap on the alarm bell symbol in the subject field when composing a message and then choose Notify Me. Head to the notifications part of Settings to customize the alert.

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Longer Email Preview

From Settings head to Mail, Contacts, Calendar and then tap Preview and you can set how many lines of each email you can view without opening the message.

3D Touch – Quick Actions

3D Touch is a new addition for iOS 9 and exclusively available on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. If you do a 3D Touch action on the Mail icon (press in deeply on the icon) you can bring up the Quick Actions menu. From this menu, you can access the Inbox, compose a message, Search the inbox, or view Flagged items.

Create multiple “from” addresses

You can create multiple “from” email addresses under a single account. To select which one of these to use as your “From” address in emails, open Settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars -> Your account -> Account -> Mail and you should see a list of all your email ids. Tapping on the Email field again will let you select the default “From” address.
Note: that if you setup a Gmail account using the Google option from settings, you won’t be able to get this option. Instead, you’ll have to set up your Gmail as an IMAP account.

Automatic group suggestions

Mail keeps track of which groups of people you mail frequently, and can suggest these groups in the compose window. So if you are in an email chain with Cory, Dan, and Jordan, if you type in Jordan in the Two section, Mail will automatically suggest adding Cory and Dan to the message. A cool time-saver.

Selective Quotes

When you don’t want to have, the entire email included inside of your reply, you can simply select a portion of the original email. Tap to select the area of text and hit the reply icon in the bottom. The selected text will be included in your reply.

Open Zip Attachments

Similar to opening attachments, you can also open zipped files without the need of a third-party app. As long as the zipped file is something that your device can read and view, you should be good to go.

Change Gesture Options




You also don’t have to stay with the default settings for gestures if you don’t want. Head over to Settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars and find Swipe Options. Tap the option you wish to change and select an alternative in the following menu.

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Utilize Gestures

When you are inside your inbox you can use gestures to manipulate your inbox. Slide to the right to Mark as Read or unread and slide to the left to bring up more options. You can also tap on the More button to bring up additional options.

Proactive search

Proactive Search is very similar to similar Spotlight. On your iPhone or iPad, swipe all the way to the right to reveal the Proactive Search area. Here you can search deep into your iPhone’s system. Simply type in some keywords from a message, and email address or even an emoji to find an email regardless of which Mail account it is located in. Using Proactive Search cuts down on the time people spend searching their numerous mailboxes trying to find a particular message.

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