swipe to delete
swipe down to delete
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swipe right to delete instead of archive
P. Diane Schneider commented
design easy way to structure and organize emails
Everene Shine commented
Deleting Multiple Emails from the same source
Heidi Korzen commented
Swiping places email into Archive. That makes no sense. Or... OPTIONS are not extensive enough. Real work in the real world.
Peter Carter commented
Adam Ryszewski commented
actually description says only "Mark as readed" and as you use IT IT also van Mark as unreaded
Gerard Sahagian commented
Long press on notification should not only bring up the additional preview but also a button to delete the message.
rosemary davis commented
swipe to bin and then empty to delete
טל אפרת commented
retrieve the delete option on the email from the slide-screen
TONI NORRIS commented
Happens to me also. So annoying.
marge scarpone commented
The current "Swipe" takes me to "Archive" rather than "Trash".
Tyler Thompson commented
I would like to be able to swipe to delete emails in the swipe down android notification panel instead of havi g to open the preview and hitting delete
Tyler Thompson commented
I would like to be able to swipe to delete emails in the notification panel instead of having to open the preview and hitting the delete button at the bottom
Daniella Batham commented
just bring back the SWIPE feature
Henry Ruiz commented
I agree 💯% with the people on this. Microsoft said it is completed but where is the feature in the swipe menu. 😡
Meagan Best commented
As stated above, a lot of times I'll swipe right to mark an email as read and then swipe left to delete it. However the next time I open the app, there's a good chance that there's deleted emails back in my inbox, or more annoyingly, there are messages in the deleted folder that are suddenly "unread"
1lil V commented
adding folders to store files is one thing. being able to delete folders that are not needed anymore would be great.
i prefer to swipe to delete
Nina B commented