Each of us has those moments in life when we’d simply like to put an end to something and start over from scratch. In terms of email, this is called “inbox zero”, which is the moment of freedom: no more unread emails, no more stress. In this post, we discuss a few essential iPad tricks every business user must know to simplify work when using an email client on the go.
Essential iPad Tricks Every Business User Must Know
Mark All Emails as Read with One Tap
To mark all emails as Read:
First things first: you need to launch Mail. Then tap Edit.
– Pick up and highlight any email you like.
– Now comes the most interesting part: tap and hold Mark and, while holding that button,
– uncheck the email you have highlighted just a moment ago.
- Now you can let go of the Mark button and you will see the Mark as Read option alongside the Flag and Cancel options.
- Tap the Mark as Read button and the magic happens!
Customize Your Email Signature in Five Easy Steps
To customize your email signature:
Open the Settings app on your iPad.
– Select Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
– The page will display all your accounts and the settings of the Mail application.
– Scroll down until you find the Signature row. Tap on this row, and your are just one step away from creating a custom signature.
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– Next, you will need to decide the level of customization, which depends on whether you have one or multiple email accounts added to Mail. This is where you can opt for one single custom signature for all your email accounts, or you can take it to another level: each email account to have a special signature.
Check Your Drafts in Mail with One Tap
With iOS 5, Apple has implemented a shortcut in Mail allowing you access all your draft emails within a second. All you need to do is open the Mail application and hold down the Compose button located on the bottom right. As you hold it down, all draft emails stored on your iPad will pop up, so you can just select the one you need.
How to open websites opened up on your Mac computer
With iOS 6 and Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, Apple introduced iCloud tabs, a deceptively simple feature providing a seamless browsing experience. Here is what you need to do in order to access Web pages opened up on your Mac computer or even your iPhone:
Look for the iCloud icon located in the top-left, between the Bookmarks icon and the Share icon.
Tap the iCloud icon and watch the magic happening: the pop-up window will display all your opened tabs organized by your devices.
How To Add an Article for Later Reading in Safari With a Single Move
– Again, assuming you are on the Web page you’d like to read later, tap on the Share button
Select: Add to Reading List. That’s it! The article is saved on your iPad and you can read it anytime when you have a couple of minutes spare.
This is a post by Alexandra Seremina who works with Azoft (http://www.azoft.com/mobile-application-development.htm) – a mobile development company.