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How to get reminded about an email on iPhone, iPad, and Mac in iOS 16 and macOS Ventura

Remind Me in the Mail app on iPhone in iOS 16

The Mail app in iOS 16 and macOS Ventura has a built-in reminder feature that will notify you to attend to that email in an hour, tonight, tomorrow, or at a custom date and time. Plus, it will resurface that email to the top of your inbox for easy visibility.

Let me tell you why this new Remind Me feature is helpful and how to use it so that you don't miss replying to or attending to an important opened email.

How to Undo Send or recall a sent email on iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Undo Send Email on iPhone

Sometimes you might send an email and quickly want to recall it because you forgot to add the attachment, made a typo, or for various other reason. Earlier, you had to rely on third-party mail apps like Spark to unsend an email.

Thankfully with iOS 16 and macOS Ventura, the Mail app will notify you if you forget to add the recipient, the attachment, or an important part of your email. Secondly, the Mail app now lets you undo send an email before it reaches the recipient's inbox. So, immediately after sending a wrong email, there is no need to regret it; instead, you can recall the email, fix it, and resend it. Or you can just delete it.

Here's how to unsend an email from the built-in Apple Mail app on iPhone, iPad, and Mac running iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS 13 Ventura.

How to reset the Apple Mail app to factory settings on iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Apple Mail app icon inside a red curved arrow showing it is reset

You might want to reset the Apple Mail app on your Mac, iPhone, or iPad when it doesn't update or receive new emails, or when standard troubleshooting solutions don't fix the issue. Resetting the Mail app from scratch is almost equivalent to uninstalling and reinstalling it. If you wish to have a fresh start with the Mail app, here's how to erase everything in it. After that, you can set it up again.