Like Gmail, the iPhone's native email application (iOS), called Mail, allows you to customize actions by swiping messages to the right or left. Shortcuts are especially useful for those who receive a lot of emails during the day. By default, gestures signal or mark the message as read. However, you can configure commands to move the conversation or to archive it.
Check, in the following tutorial, how to change actions when swiping messages in the Mail app. The procedure was performed on an iPhone 8, but the tips also apply to other Apple devices, including the iPad.
Learn how to customize actions by swiping messages in the iPhone's Mail app Photo: Helito Bijora / TechTudo
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Step 1. Access iOS "Settings" and tap "Mail".
Open Mail Photo settings: Reproduction / Helito Bijora
Step 2. Then, tap "Options when Swiping."
Access the gesture options Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora
Step 3. Tap "Left" to change the behavior by swiping a message to the left. Take the opportunity to select the desired action.
Customizing by dragging message to the left Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora
Step 4. Tap "Right" to change the behavior by swiping a message to the right. It is also necessary to choose action.
Customizing by dragging message to the right Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora
Process completed. Now, when swiping a message to the right or left, Mail performs the selected action.
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