Learn to use Email on iPhone iOS 7, and main functions

The Mail app iOS 7 gained new functionality after upgrading the operating system on the iPhone. In this tutorial you will learn how to set one or more email accounts and use its main functions such as read, reply and delete an e-mail. Check!

Step 1. First of all, you need to configure an e-mail. To do this, access the "Settings" and tap "Mail, Contacts, Calendars" option. Then tap "Add Account" and choose the provider of your email. If you are not in the linked list, choose "Other" option. Lastly, enter your name, e-mail, password and a description such as "My Yahoo! Account";

Step 2. Choose what you want to sync: emails, contacts, calendars, reminders and notes;

Step 3. With your e-mail address already configured, tap the "Mail" icon on the bottom of the main screen applications. Note that there is the "Inbox" option that meets all emails from one or more accounts set up, on top. Just below, are folders for boxes of entries of their individual accounts. At the bottom of the screen are their e-mails for you to choose which one to perform operations such as sending and deleting an email, mark as junk among others;

Step 4. Still in the bottom of the screen, tap the icon in the lower right corner to compose an email. This will open a window with the title "New Post". Tap "Cc / Bcc, From" and then press your finger to choose which box you want email forwarding, as shown in the second image. Then, enter the recipient, subject, type the message and finally click "Submit";

Step 5. To delete an e-mail, go to your inbox and slide your finger over it to move to the left side. Then tap "Trash" or "Put in Trash." Notice that there is next to this option, the "More" button. When you touch it, you can reply, forward, mark as read among other options;

Step 6. By accessing the inbox and choose 'Edit' option at the top right, you can make various bulk operations. First, select the messages. Then choose whether you want to trash, move to another folder, or mark as read, signed and unwanted.