The Mail app gets some nice improvements with iOS 16. One of the main features is the ability to set a future email reminder while cleaning up your inbox at the same time. Read on together for a hands-on look at how Reminder Later works with Mail on iPhone.
The Apple Mail app has a bunch of new features with iOS 16. Some of the key features are the option to send later, remind later, and even cancel an email.
Below we’ll focus on how Remind Me Later in Mail works on iPhone.
Remind me later in the mail: iPhone iOS 16 guide
iOS 16 is currently available as a free or paid beta for developers. Learn more about installing iOS 16 in our complete guide.
- When iOS 16 is running on iPhone, open the Mail app
- Find an email you want a reminder about
- Swipe from left to right On the email (you can mark it as “unread” before using the reminder feature as well)
- Faucet Later
- Choose one of the preset reminder times or tap remind me later At the bottom to set a custom time, tap he did When you finish
Here’s what it’s like to use the Remind Later feature with Mail on the iPhone:
Interestingly, in early betas when using Remind Later with Mail, the scheduled email for a future reminder was already sent to your Trash folder, and then reappeared in your inbox when it was time for the reminder.
Now in beta 5, emails you use later are reminded in your inbox.
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