Supercharging Email Folders

sync folder to get new email notifications

With the recent launch of Inbox by Google, there’s been a lot of hype around automatically bundling similar emails. While the jury is out on that, we believe email users have been bundling similar emails for a while now – into folders. These folders have become super critical, because they contain years of email moved into carefully created folders, with various rules/filters to manage them.

If you’re a heavy folder user, most mobile email apps would disappoint you because they focus solely on your Inbox or on Archiving/Snoozing, leaving your folders with the same old experience. We realized this importance of folders and have made a big update today to include Folder Sync capabilities. Here are the details:

Head to CloudMagic Settings > Your email account > select folders to sync under ‘Folders to Sync’.

setting up new email notifications for folders

Once you’ve setup sync for folders that are important to you, here’s what you get:

  • Important folders will always be up-to-date, no more loading time
  • Push Notifications for new emails received in these folders
  • Blazing fast search enabled for these folders
  • Offline access to synced folders
  • You can see the unread email count for these folders

So go ahead, sync the folders that are important to you and make the most of CloudMagic! Get the latest update for iOS and Android now!

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How to email files from Dropbox and Google Drive on iPhone

If you’re one of the millions that use popular file storage services like Dropbox or Google Drive, chances are you’ve got a whole bunch of stuff stored there. These could be pictures, PDFs, Excel reports, PowerPoint presentations and so much more. Since Dropbox and Google Drive aren’t Document Providers (as yet), here’s 3 apps you can use with CloudMagic on iOS 8 to finally attach and email files from them:

AllDocs – $0.99

AllDocs is the fastest and easiest way to access files stored on cloud. With support for Box, Dropbox and Google Drive, it eliminates the need to download and maintain individual storage apps. Once you have configured your accounts, attaching a file from Box, Dropbox or Google Drive using CloudMagic becomes very easy. It works like a charm with CloudMagic.
how to attach files from box dropbox and google drive

Transmit – $9.99

Transmit for iOS 8 by Panic is the mobile version of the popular Mac file transfer app. It allows users to upload files using FTP, SFTP, WebDav, DreamObjects and Amazon S3. Also, you can attach files from your iPhone, iPad, Mac or any device which can be accessed remotely.
Attach files form ftp sfpt and amazon s3

Documents – Free

Documents by Readdle is the perfect document viewer and media player with support for numerous cloud services like Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, SugarSync, Yandex.Disk, ShareFile, FTP and SFTP Servers. You can download your files from all these services and have them on your Documents app. Being a provider, Documents allows you to attach files through any picker app, such as CloudMagic.
Attach files from SugarSync Onedrive and SharePoint

iOS 8 provides a lot more capabilities making email so much more powerful on your iPhone and iPad. More posts on that soon!

Did we miss any of your favourite iOS 8 document provider apps? Feel free to share it with us in comments.

UPDATE: Google Drive recently became a document provider. We made some changes in the way we implement document picker extension. We switched from ‘open’ operation to ‘import’. You’ll be able to attach files from Dropbox and Google Drive directly using CloudMagic. However, all the above apps are still very useful if you wish to attach files from Box, OneDrive, FTP servers etc.