Go to your inbox and swipe left on an email. A partial swipe will pull out your options: More, whatever you set as your Swipe Left option (if you set one), and Trash.
Go to Settings>Mail>Accounts>select the account you wish to configure. Then on the next page, tap on Account, then on the next page Advanced. On that page, you should see MOVE DISCARDED MESSAGES INTO: and the two selections are Deleted Mailbox and Archive Mailbox.
Choose Settings. Choose Mail, Contacts, or Calendar. Choose Accounts, Next, choose the email account you want to set up having a trash option (It is likely you will want it on all of your accounts, so you'll have to do this on each account).
These steps will help you change the other swipe options when you swipe right to left or left to right in the native Mail app on iPhone.
@frazzm, no such thing as a trash bin on an iPhone or iCloud even. The Trash bin only exists on macOS.
But — as of August 30th — the option to swipe up is no longer available. Instead, Instagram has replaced it with a new link sticker, which effectively operates the same way: It enables users to link to external websites.
With the latest iOS, if you are swiping down on a Home Screen and searching for the app, you would not get the option to add to the Home Screen if it's already on the Home Screen somewhere.
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How to empty trash in the Mail app on an iPhone
Get to the Advanced settings and open the Deleted Mailbox option. Step 2: Click on the Trash icon and tap on Edit option to choose the mails which you want to delete. If you don't want to keep any of the emails, then choose the “Trash All” option and all the useless mail will be erased from your iPhone permanently.
All replies. There is no Trash or Recycle Bin on the iPhone. To retrieve a deleted note, you would have to restore the phone to a backup that was made when the note was on the phone.
The users who are new to the iPhone don't have any idea that there is any Trash on iPhone. Like Mac trash or Windows Recycle Bin, there is no iPhone trash folder where all the deleted files are stored on iPhone. However, the trash section is built-in apps like Photos, Contact, Notes, and Mail.
Open the Photos app, then tap a photo. Tap Edit, then tap the More button . Select an app from the menu that appears. Edit the photo with the extension's tools.