The @SaneNews folder is for newsletter type emails that you can read when time permits. We recommend this folder if you receive many newsletters that are cluttering up your @SaneLater folder.
Here is how you can activate your @SaneNews feature folder option:
Log in to the Dashboard.
Click on Folders. By default this will bring you to Sane Folders.
To enable, click the on button next to @SaneNews. (Click the OFF button to turn @SaneNews Off.)
SaneNews and the Digest
When you receive your Daily Digest, these emails are listed in there for you to look through. If there is a newsletter that requires your immediate attention just one time, you can move it to your Inbox by clicking the Inbox Once button in your digest or by flagging it. If you would always like it in your Inbox, simply move it there right from in your email app or click the “Inbox” icon or training menu choice in your SaneBox Digest (to train that sender to Inbox) and we won’t make that mistake again.
Auto Archive / Delete
If you want SaneBox to automatically archive or trash after a certain date (for emails filtered to @SaneNews), you can adjust that setting for @SaneNews from your SaneBox Dashboard..
1) Where you see @SaneNews listed on your Sane feature folders page, click on the 3 veritical dots to access the settings for that folder.
2) Click / Tap Yes.
3) Choose which folder to move the emails to.
4) Choose the amount of days until SaneBox moves the old emails.
5) Click Save.
If you train an email to your Inbox, we will not move all of your very oldest emails in @SaneNews to your Inbox. Only the recent ones.
When you enable or disable a Sane folder, there will be a small delay of 5-30 minutes before your changes take effect. During this time, your Inbox may become messy while emails are being relabeled. Don’t worry, your trainings will not be forgotten during this time! After waiting a few minutes, you may also need to restart or resync your email application in order to see the changes. Some email clients may require you to re-subscribe to your selected IMAP folders.
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