swipe to delete
swipe down to delete
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Peter YVR commented
if the sender is a spam or virus, I don't want to open each email to delete. Swipe to Delete only works in Inbox, it does not work in "Search email" mode.
Guillermo Espinosa Romero commented
Swipe to delete is necessary
Henry Ruiz commented
swipe to junk needs to be added because it's not there. Come on Microsoft it would make a added plus for the app.
joseph young commented
I find it hard to delete my large amount of email. over 6000 I need help..jryoung
Katy Metzner-Roop commented
swipe right to delete!
Jimmy s commented
can we move the delete key to the bottom of the page instead of the top of the screen
Marcus Suraci - msuraci commented
Spencer Lombardo commented
let me swipe right to delete!!
SafeWay Options Strategies, Inc Hal Klee commented
You need a convenient way to not only erase to junk, but to instrcut senders to cease sending. not time in the day to deal with this!
for the love of all that's good and fair in this world.....MASS DELETE
jodie manuel commented
Rebecca Hess commented
Every time I try to swipe right to delete an email, it wants me to "schedule" it, which is impossible.
Use swipe feature
A B commented
Nearly my entire inbox is spam now about to just close my account cause it's not worth it.
SUBHASH RAVAL commented
too many junk email. I am getting sick of it.
Julie Lawson commented
d karolian commented
there you go.. good idea. and the "no reply" emails, dump put them in a special file. t ok look at later or sump if i so wish. if i cant reply to an email i don t want it to even get to me. f them. I can t do that why should companies b e allowed
Niyaz Ahmed Parkar commented
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