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6 hidden email tips for iPhone users, which are really hidden

6 hidden email tips for iPhone users, which are really hidden
We at App Gyaan are committed to bring the tips and tricks related to the mobile device which will surely increase your productivity in day to day life, and before we move ahead we wish you a very Happy and Prosperous New Year 2018.

We believe that we should help our readers to increase their productivity by sharing some great tips and tricks about the iPhone and iPad’s. So, to start the new year, we are bringing you the six tips which will increase your productivity with Email App on your iOS devices.

Archive vs. Trash

You've got two options for getting rid of email messages: archive or trash. The former adds deleted messages to the All Mail folder where they will remain, while the latter moves them to the Trash folder, where they will remain for 30 days before being permanently deleted. To make a selection, go to Settings > Accounts & Passwords and tap on your email account. Next, tap Account > Advanced and select Deleted Mailbox or Archive Mailbox.

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Get both Archive and Trash options

I set both of my Gmail accounts to trash deleted messages, but there is a way to also retain quick access to the archive action. When I swipe left on a message from my inbox, I get the trash option, but by going to Settings > Mail > Swipe Options, I can set it so I get an Archive button by swiping right. The reverse is also true; if you choose archive as the default, then the right swipe will show a trash button.

You can also access both trash and archive buttons by tapping and holding on the trash or archive button when you are viewing a message. A menu will pop up with both Trash Message and Archive Message options.

Get alerts for important threads

Muting group texts is my favorite among iOS texting tips, and setting an alert for an email thread might be my favorite Mail tip. If you are anxiously awaiting an email reply, you can tell the Mail app to send you an iOS alert as soon as the reply finally arrives. From your inbox, swipe left on the message for which you want to get an alert, tap More and then tap Notify Me and then tap Notify Me again to confirm. (You can turn off the alert by swiping left, tapping More and tapping Stop Notifying.)

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Insert drawing

Sometimes a picture says it best. In addition to attaching files, you can insert a drawing in an email. Double-tap in the body of an email and tap the right arrow twice to get to the Insert Drawing button, which lets you jot down your ideas and insert them.

Use Siri to search emails

Stop using Mail's search bar and start using Siri to find emails faster. Just ask Siri to "search" or "show" or "find" emails about a topic or from one of your contacts. You can also use Siri to remind you to come back to an email draft to finish it later. When composing an email, just tell Siri to, "Remind me to finish this later" or at a specific time and she will add it to the Reminders app.

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See more of your inbox

The default is to show two lines of text for each email in the list of messages in the main view of your inbox. If you change it to None or 1 Line, then you'll be able to see more messages on your screen. To change this setting, go to Settings > Mail > Preview.

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