How to Show Particular Mailbox on Your Apple Watch

Apart from reading a mail on Apple Watch, you can also select a particular Mailbox to appear on it. Check out how to do it by reading the details we have given.

We have already guided you the process of viewing Emails on Apple Watch while you are on the go. In present times, we all tend to have more than one Email account. Out of which either of them is a casual account that receives mostly irrelevant Emails. Thanks, to Apple Watch, that it’s possible to select a particular Mailbox to show up on Apple Watch so that you only get what you want to see.

The process is pretty simple and needs your paired iPhone to set things up. Here we will guide you on the same with step-by-step process along with screenshots, to make things a lot easier for you. Simply head below to check more details.

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How to Show Particular Mailbox on Apple Watch

How to Choose a Particular Mailbox to Show up on the Apple Watch

Step #1. Open the Watch app on your iPhone from the Home Screen.

Step #2. Tap on My Watch, if you aren’t already there. It’s located at the bottom-left corner of the app screen.

Tap on My Watch in Apple Watch App on iPhone

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Step #3. Scroll down a little and tap on “Mail“.

Tap on Mail on Apple Watch App on iPhone

Step #4. Inside Mail preferences, tap on Include Mail located under heading MAIL SETTINGS.

Tap on Include Mail in Apple Watch App on iPhone

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Step #5. The next screen will display all the Email accounts added to your iPhone, select the account or the folder that you wish to view on your Apple Watch.

Show Particular MailBox on Apple Watch

Any changes you make are applied immediately. Just to make sure, tap the Mail app icon on your Apple Watch and confirm the changes.

That’s it; you can either select a particular folder or an Email account. This little feature is quite handy when you are either driving or commuting. It quickly lets you check emails right on the wrist without even need to pull out your iPhone.

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Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.

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