The iPhone offers many options to quickly and efficiently manage a flood of emails to your inbox. Setting up iOS swipe gestures to interact with incoming email messages takes a moment. But once set up, these swipe actions can save an incredible amount of time by instantly dumping unwanted messages or moving emails to the right folder.
Email and Messaging
Most people likely have countless messages that they have sent in anger or while inebriated that they immediately regret (or regret the next day). If only there was a way to take them back... Unfortunately you can't take back iMessages, but if you are a fan of WhatsApp, the service now has a feature that lets you do exactly that. It doesn't guarantee the recipient won't see the message, and it won't help for the regret-the-next-day messages, but it does give the sender a seven minute window in which they can delete their sent message from the recipient's thread. Here's how to do it:
You can insert drawings and handwriting into emails by long pressing on the body of an email until a bar of options pops up. Tap the right arrow until you see "Insert Drawing" and tap on it. Now you have a variety of tools to use for your writing/drawing. When you are finished, hit Done in the top left and it will be inserted into your email.
iOS 11 introduces two new screen effects on the iPhone. Echo and Spotlight join Balloons, Confetti and more as a fun way to enhance your text messages. iPhone owners running iOS 11 or later can send the Echo and Spotlight effects to other iPhone owners also running iOS 11 or later. Here's how: