Subject are all aggregated, so you don't have to look around for emails.
2) It's more convenient to manage emails
There is no longer a long list of "Re" in the header of the incoming mail, directly identifying the number of emails next to the email header.
On the reading page, the top mail is An incoming mail, the bottommost mail is the latest arrival. All read mails are collapsed by default and a mail digest is rendered, and unread mails are expanded by default.
In the same session, when too many mails have been read, some of the read mails will be "hidden" to ensure that you can quickly see the latest unread mails.
3) It is more convenient to operate emails
All incoming and outgoing emails on the same topic are aggregated, Bulk move, delete and download.
How do I enable thread mode?
You can click on "Enable thread mode" in the Settings button at the top right of the incoming mailing list to enable this option to open the mail session mode.
How do I know if a new mail arrives in thread mode?
There are three ways to remind you that new mail arrives:
1) The browser will have dynamic text prompts;
2) The mail header will be bold and the session will be The number has been increased;
3) A pop-up prompt for new mail arrivals.
How to read the emails in thread mode?
Click on the mail header to enter the page for reading the mail. The mail at the top is the first incoming mail, and the last mail is the latest arrival. All read mails are collapsed by default and a mail digest is rendered, and unread mails are expanded by default.
After entering the reading page, in the subject bar Expand your collapsed mail with any click. Alternatively, you can expand/collapse the body of the mail by clicking the expand/collapse button to the left of the mail header.
How to reply to a mail in thread mode?
On the floating operation bar of the reading page, just click "Respond to all" to reply to all senders. To reply to a single mail, you'll need to click "Reply to sender".