In Mail’s top-level Mailboxes sidebar, you can enable a number of smart mailboxes and add your own folders for quick access. Some of the pre-built folders are pretty handy, like Attachments, Thread Notifications, and All […]
If you move a message to a folder, you can quickly move other messages to that same folder simply by selecting them and pressing ⌘-⌥-T (Command-Option-T). The most recent folder you used becomes the shortcut destination […]
This is probably best described through anecdote: my default send-from address in Mail on iOS is my @DavidChartier.com account. But if I type the first couple letters of an AgileBits colleague in the To field, […]
Mail can forward multiple messages as a single message, which can be useful for sharing multiple photo emails or archiving things in Evernote for posterity.
You can save some real time if you come across Mail messages on iPhone or iPad that have multiple images you want to keep around. To save multiple images at once from a Mail message […]
When viewing a message in Mail, you can hove over a name and address to reveal a little ‘Data Detector’ icon. Clicking this icon lets you create a contact of the highlighted Name and info. […]
When viewing Mail on your iPad in portrait, you can swipe right to show the message list. If you’re in the inbox and you swipe right again, you’ll move “up” one more step in the […]
From just about any screen in Mail, you can long-press the Compose button to view a list of drafts across all your accounts. Tap one to start editing it, swipe across them to delete.
If you select one or more files in the Finder, right-click, and use the Share option for a service like Flickr or Twitter, your files will animate into the share sheet that appears. Bonus tip: […]
If you use a Mail account that supports archiving, such as Gmail or iCloud, the archive button will replace delete in the toolbar when viewing an individual message. If you still want the option to […]