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How to activate notifications only for specific emails in iOS 8

diciembre 8, 2019

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<p>The notification function for certain emails can be activated manually directly from the app <strong>Mail</strong> of iOSequestovi allow you to have notification of only important messages. This viaiuter saves a lot of time because it will no longer be necessary to go through all the e-mails to look for the one that interests you.</p><div class=

Before going ahead, make sure you have turned off email notifications. To make it start the app Mail from Apple on iOS 8, select Edit and remove the check mark from the item Thread notifications.

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How to activate the notification only for particular emails in iOS 8.x

  • Start App Mail
  • Cliccarel'icona Compose (top right)

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<li>Compose the email.</li>
<li>Click in the section <strong>Object</strong>.</li>
<li>Fill in the object and click on the bell icon that appears to the right of the text <strong>Object</strong>.</li>
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  • Make sure the bell icon becomes dark blue.

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<li>Send the e-mail message.</li>
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<p>It's done! From now on, you will get the notification for the selected mail.</p>
<p>  also possible to activate “<strong>notify me</strong>”When you reply to an email so you can get notification when the recipient responds.</p>
<ul>
<li>Reply to the e-mail address to enable notification.</li>
</ul>
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