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Jul 14

Using Spark as a Mail Client Class

July 14, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT

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Using Spark as a Mail Client Class

Apple’s Mail client is good, but there are other apps out there that offer more features. The one I use on a daily basis is Spark. With Spark, not only can I check all my mail, like I can in Apple’s Mail, but I can also snooze mail, use templates, send quick replies, and the best part… Spark will automatically categorize my mail for me! It separates my newsletters from mail I receive from people. Oh, did I mention it is available on the Mac, iPad, and iPhone? And, of course, you can still use Mail along with it.

I am making this class free for everyone. Watch my class on Spark below! If you like what you see, you can help support mode videos like this by becoming a member.

Some of what I cover include the following topics (video is marked with chapters to go directly to the topic):

  • Introduction
  • About Me
  • Class Outline
  • Smart View vs Classic View
  • Send and Archive
  • Snooze Emails
  • Schedule Emails
  • Set Follow-up Reminders
  • Quick Replies
  • Create Mail Templates
  • Create Mail Links
  • Add Mail Services
  • Customize Swipe Actions
  • Manage Mail Folders
  • Show Avatars for Mail
  • Add Events in the Built-In Calendar
  • Application Specific Passwords with an Apple ID
  • Unified Inbox for Multiple Accounts
  • Summary of why I use Spark
  • Q&A
  • Conclusion

Read more about Spark from the developer’s site.

Note: This video was created using Spark 2. Readdle has released a new version since then. The new version has a fresh new look, but many of the features highlighted here are in the new app, as well as the older one. Here is a link to the older version which the tutorial is based upon: https://sparkmailapp.com/spark2

Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with the developer, I just like the app. 😊


July 14, 2022
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT
Included with Membership
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Dan Wassink
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