Another exciting thing that Apple has used in iOS 13, has to do with how well it handles email, the likelihood of blocking someone, something that will take a while.
In this article, we show you how to use this very useful feature and clean up your inbox of unwanted comments or content that is not of interest to you.
Use the lock feature in iOS 13
Preventing someone from bothering you with bad emails is now much easier on your iPhone due to the arrival of iOS 13.
First, open the Mail application, then look for the offensive email. Click on it to open it and you'll see in the top left corner of the sender's name. Tap on it with the & # 39; From: & # 39; must appear with the sender's name in blue. Press again and the contact card is opened.
Here you will find many options, but the top one is & # 39; Block this contact & # 39 ;. Press to confirm your intention to seek to block this contact and, from now on, any email you send will be sent to trash.
Decide what to do with blocked user emails
IOS 13 also provides some useful configuration settings with & # 39; Settings & # 39; s where you can specify how these types of emails you receive from blocked users will be handled.
To find them, go to & # 39; Settings> Email> Blocked sender options & # 39 ;, where you will find two options: Leave & # 39; Inbox & # 39 ;, or & # 39; Move to Trash & # 39; These changes will apply by sending new mail you receive from now on, not the existing one.
In the event that you wish to unlock someone from the previously locked key, it will be an easy task and to restore it to normal. Go to & # 39; Settings> Email> Blocked & # 39; and click the & # 39; Edit & # 39; in the top right corner.
This should show you the options of removing the left of each contact from the restricted list. Click on the red circle next to each person or contact to restore it and select & # 39; Open & # 39 ;. Soon, it will return to its normal state.
You may want to know in detail how to set up email on iPhone and iPad, as well as the fact that you can add or manage multiple accounts properly. See article how to set up email on iPhone and iPad.