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Get Productive With Apple Mail on iPhone and iPad

Mail for iPhone and iPad has many productivity boosting features. Apple hid them.

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Everyone seems to hate email, but it’s hard to escape it. How then do you rule it rather than allowing it to rule you?

The default Mail app for iOS and iPadOS seems like an unlikely way of getting on top of the email…




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Will J Murphy

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