Free Online Apple iPad iOS 7 Mail Video Tutorials

Category: Mobile / Tablet Sub Category: iPad / iPhone Operating System Brand: Apple Product: iOS (iPad) Version: iOS 7 Feature: Mail

This lesson explains the different settings you can change to tweak your email as it is displayed in your inbox. It also shows you how to compose, send, and manage your mail. This includes things like forwarding, deleting, archiving, flagging, creati...

Before you can use the email on your iPad, you need to add an email account and tweak the settings. This lesson explains how to add an email account using the automatic settings for accounts such as Google, Yahoo, and Outlook and shows how to add an ...

While reading emails on your iPad you may run across some messages with pictures or text that are just too small for you to read or see. Fortunately Apple has made zooming within the Mail app very simple for anyone. This feature also comes in handy w...

In today’s hi-tech world people mostly rely on emails for their work. People receive a huge number of email messages every day and thus flag them for follow-up as a way to remind them of the ones that still need to be actioned. But once you have ac...

If you get an email that you want to easily find again later, maybe to follow-up, maybe just to keep accessible, you can flag it right in your iPad Mail app. Flagged messages are easy to spot because of the orange flag icon and, even easier to find b...

In the corporate world, many people receive 50 or more emails every day, both business and personal. Some emails may require you to perform an action that you cannot do immediately, so you flag them as a way to remind you of them. Once you have actio...

When you are CC’d on an email, instead of addressed in the To: field, it generally means that you are not one of the primary recipients of that email. Often people will CC emails to you just to notify you about an event or situation - of course not...

With your Apple iPad, you don’t need to log into Yahoo!, Hotmail, Microsoft Exchange, Gmail or AOL to read your new emails. You can easily configure your device to send and receive emails from most email service providers. In addition, you can also...