If you are also a professional and have chosen iPhone as your corporate companion then you might have fallen into a situation where you find it difficult switching between emails. Often there are times when you have to write an email but you have to get information or data from another email. This gets annoying with the time to reopen or close emails again and again to get the desired result. The latest version of Mail app on iPhone has resolved this issue with its wonderful minimize and maximize feature built right into it.
Let us get you through how you can do it and avoid time wastage by properly using the said feature.
- Open the Mail app and compose a new message
- Tap and hold the top of the new message where usually the subject of the email appears, and drag it down to the bottom of your iOS screen. Doing so you will notice that the Mail app will become visible
- The email will be minimized and you will be able to access the regular Mail apps and its features like Inbox, Sent Items, Outbox, etc.
- If you wish to maximize the minimized email just tap on its head on the bottom of your iOS screen, this will reopen the message
This feature is handy for email compositions, email replies, email forwarding and various other email related actions to perform and save time. Following the similar way as prescribed above, you can minimize more than one email at a time to easily switch between different messages. While maximizing an email out of numerous minimized emails, you will get a very clean display of all the minimized emails with their headers and bit of email body faded out.