When Apple introduced iOS 6, one of the great features that Apple unveiled was the addition of a "VIP" inbox, too many people heard about this great features and maybe you are using it right now on your mail app.. But in case you don't know and asking what is VIP “doo-hickey” is all about, send them our way and let us guide them through the steps to setting up VIP contacts.
All what you have to do is following these easy steps after the jump:
Step 1: Launch your Mail app. Find the VIP section directly under the “All Inboxes” section.
Step 2: Tap the blue arrow. Do not tap the VIP tab. This will take you to the VIP inbox. Be sure to only tap the blue arrow.
Step 3: Tap “Add VIP.” Find the name of the person you would like to add as a VIP. You can add as many email contacts as you like. You can even add group emails. For example, I am a member of multiple Google groups and some of them are on my VIP list. When I add the Google group email to my VIP list, everyone who sends an email in that group will show up there.
When you go back to your mail inbox section, you can tap on the VIP section to see email correspondences from the people you added to the list.
You can also adjust your notification settings to make your new VIP emails stand out. While in the Add VIP section, tap “VIP Alerts” and make sure Notification Center is on. You can change the alert style if you want the pop up to look different than your other mail notifications and you can toggle badge notifications on or off. The most useful alert change is the ability to use a different sound for new VIP mail. This is the best way to be sure you notice if you get mail from someone important.
With these steps, your very important email contacts will be sent to a special section and you’ll never accidentally miss it amongst the many emails you get everyday from coworkers, clients, and strangers trying to sell you enhancement pills.
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