How to View Only Unread Emails in Mail App on iPhone and iPad

Getting the list of unread emails in Mail app of iOS is very simple using your iPhone/iPad. Here’s how to get it, just follow the steps given in this article.

Nowadays emails are the primary mode of communication, whether we are in the office or traveling. Almost everyone receives numbers of email every day, and this makes it easy to miss some of the important unread emails. Well, there’s a way you can sort out unread emails in iPhone and iPad.

The simple way is to get just the unread emails at one single place in the Mail app. To your surprise, it’s very much possible. Here we will guide you how to do it, that too, with simple steps so that you don’t mess up things. Just follow the guide we have mentioned below and you’ll have a much organized email experience.

How to View All Unread Emails in iPhone Mail App

How to View All Unread Emails in Mail App on iPhone/iPad

Step #1. Open the Mail app on your iPhone/iPad, if you haven’t already done so.

Open Mail App iPhone or iPad

Step #2. Now in the Mail app, tap on “Mailboxes” located at the top-left corner of the screen.

Tap on Mailboxes in Mail App on iPhone and iPad

Step #3. On the next screen, tap on “Edit” located at the top-right corner.

Tap on Edit in Mailboxes in iPhone Mail App

Step #4. Here you’ll see “Unread” and a circle beside it; tap the circle to select it and then tap the “Done” button at the top-right corner.

Tap on Unread in Mail App on iPhone

Step #5. Now go back to the main screen of Mail app and again tap on the “Mailboxes,” under that tap on “Unread” to get the list of email that you haven’t read.

Show Unread Emails on iPhone Mail App

Simple, isn’t it? From now on, start using this tip and get your email thing a lot more organized. Above all, the chances of missing an important email are drastically reduced.

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