With the release of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, the Mail app has support for a gesture that allows you to quickly select multiple letters at once with a simple two-finger touch on the screen for subsequent actions on them.
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It might seem that the updated software makes accessing the editing options in Mail more difficult than in earlier versions of iOS. However, using the new gesture makes the process of selecting emails even more convenient.
Below, we’ll take a look at how to quickly select, move or delete multiple emails on iPhone and iPad. The same two-finger touch and drag action works for other applications such as Messages, Notes, and so on.
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How to quickly highlight letters (e-mail) in Mail on iPhone and iPad
1. Open the Mail app and navigate to the mailbox or folder that you want to manage.
2. Tap with two fingers any letter to enter edit mode.
3. Place two fingers on the letter, and without lifting your fingers, swipe up or down to select multiple messages.
4. At the bottom of your iPhone or iPad, tap “Mark“,”Move” or “In garbage“. If instead of “In garbage” you have an option “To the archive”, read this material.
This is how it looks on the iPhone screen:
Don’t move, mark, or delete emails one by one. Swipe down with two fingers over your messages to select multiple items in iOS 13 and iPadOS. Like this. pic.twitter.com/BYuXd3pTqO
– Apple Support (@AppleSupport) November 7, 2019