How do I change Cluster Settings?

To access the advanced features and customize how clusters behave in the Main View:

Tap More (o o o)| Global Settings | Conversations/Clusters. Under Clusters – Main View, you will find settings to customize how clusters behave in the Main View.

  • Show Entire Cluster on Click – Clicking on an email in the email list view will open the cluster message list.
  • Perform Operations on Entire Cluster – Operations performed in Multi-Edit will affect the whole cluster.
  • Confirm Before Operating on Clusters – Enable a confirmation notice prior to performing an action on a cluster.
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How do I Choose Which Emails get Clustered?

With the cluster option available in the account picker, you choose your level of clustering to better suit your needs.

Please tap the middle top action bar of the screen where you can see ‘v’  then choose Clusters | Select one of the below settings.

  • On – All people & services in your inbox will be clustered
  • Only Services – Only services or newsletters will get clustered
  • Off – Emails will not be clustered

Learn more about clusters and how to use them.

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What are Clusters?

BlueMail organizes similar emails together to remove a lot of clutter from your inbox, without hiding any emails. It categorizes emails from known senders into smart clusters, and organizes your emails into a sub-folder structure automatically, without the hassle to manage it manually.

Any email that comes into a cluster acts as a reminder for the previous emails you might have missed, so as soon as a new email is received from that service or person, the cluster pops up to the top of your inbox.

You can customize your notification settings per cluster by going to ‘o o  o’ icon | Notifications | Global Notification Mode | People & Specific Services then tap on Specific Services.

Turning on Cluster-Mode is a Breeze

Even your Avatars become more intuitive

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What are Services Clusters and how to use them?

BlueMail organizes similar emails together to remove a lot of clutter from your inbox, without hiding any emails. It categorizes emails from known services into smart clusters, and organizes your emails into a sub-folder structure automatically, without the hassle to manage it manually.

Any email that comes into a service cluster acts as a reminder for the previous emails you might have missed, so as soon as a new email is received from that service, the service cluster pops up to the top of your inbox.

Tapping a service cluster will open service view, and you will see all messages received from that service.

To open the newest email in a service cluster, tap on ‘»’

 

You can customize your notification settings per service cluster by going to More (o o o) | Notifications | Cluster Notifications | Tap on a cluster.

There are multiple actions to use on

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