[Delete] button to Email events page

I would like to propose a quick delete function for unimportant emails of at events page. Currently there is a ‘reply’ and ‘mark read’ label buttons.

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Full agree! And please a mark as spam + shift to spam folder button, too!

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That’s a lot of buttons for being a swipe-based UI…

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I really suffer from this swiping stuff!

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I really suffer from this swiping stuff!

That’s what SFOS is all about ;-).
Maybe you choose the wrong operating system?

I don’t think so (20 chars)

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thank you for the post. never saw the other two buttons.
so a third more …

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SwipeFishOS ! :joy:
10100 char
(edit: I like SFOS very much, couldn’t live with Goopple all day long)

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In my opinion, this is a relatively quick fix and a short-term proposal.
If notifications is to be overhauled (again).
Email title swipe bar of left/right (<-spam or trash->) would follow the gesture philosophy.
Too mainstream or un(fish)like? :wink:

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And add “Mark as Readed and move to Archive”

How about changing the “Mark as read” -button to “Delete” -button.
I mean… I atleast don’t often regard an email as read if I saw its headline on the events page… :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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Just to throw a wrench in the works, can we please get plain text views by default (ducks and runs…).

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…and pls again the possibility of an transparent background in the webview to prevent the white flash when opening an email.

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Good, but imho better: A ‘Shift to spam & mark as spam’ button for possibility to first sort out the junk on the events screen, even before (or without) opening the mail app.

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It needs to be as simple as possible on the events screen. Buttons with long texts won’t work.
It’ll be tricky for Jolla to please us all with different buttons… :face_with_hand_over_mouth:
Maybe user could select the buttons he/she wants to have there (?)
…or no buttons at all.

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Yes, you’re right. Selectable buttons for the users individual preferences, e.g. 3 choices out of more, would be fine.
No buttons is not a good idea! Then better leave it as it is.

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I mean that someone who don’t want buttons would be able to choose so.

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Yes, choosing buttons should include an option to choose no buttons.

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