@AltCode said in Allow labels editing:
@yojimbo274064400 You can create labels, but you cannot rename them or change their colorr.
Hopefully with time these and other features will come; in a similar way to how the browser improved with each iteration.
@winsport This Blog article covers the issue quite well.
Spell-checking what is typed on a public forum is hardly likely to compromise your privacy, but spell-checking your emails is potentially much more risky if the extension uploads your messages to its servers.
I actually like the colour selector the way it is, with the ability to easily select any colour, plus the ability to enter an RGB or hex value. I would not want to be limited only to a few pre-selected colours.
But, I do like the idea of having a few user-selected favourite colours available as a quick selection. Maybe a 'most recent colours' would be okay. But, in general, I prefer user-defined options instead of something based on prior usage history.
If you allow all messages to load external content, then eventually you're going to open a spam message that has such, and that'll tell the spammers that this is a good address, and you'll get tons more. And don't forget the pics in the adult spam.
If Vivaldi had a builtin spam filter like most programs, it wouldn't be so bad. But without one, most spam goes to your Inbox.
@Pesala Obviously both options would be great as everyone has their own use cases, although I would have no issue with the bookmark bar being there all the time and no way to turn it off.
I've only just come into Vivaldi Mail after the beta launch, so used to using a separate email app up to now. I'm providing as much feedback as I can to help make the product better. It's still a little away from me ditching the email app at the moment.
@luminouslemon gosh only due to your post I understand that you guys want to open the emails in a pop-up window (like the settings dialog) rather than a tab in another *browser * window. Now this finally makes sense to me 🙂 especially for composing emails
upvoted the OP
@HrvGui said in Shortcut for moving mails to folders:
But there is at least one folder you cannot avoid and that you must sort some incoming mails into : Trash.
Actually, one can avoid using Trash by using the shortcut Shift+Delete to delete mails permanently. Still, some spam may end up in Trash, and some users may like the option to undelete mails deleted in error.