Airmail, the email client Bloop developer of cross - platform, has received an update on the App Store with some remarkable improvements. Airmail iOS 1.5 is a download that costs about $ 4.99 from the App Store, which offers integration with the application of Bear Notes and popular automation application for iOS "Workflow". Other changes in Airmail 1.5 include new custom actions and Gmail authentication, the ability to select your default inbox, a new OpenURL action, and minor fixes.
With the integration of "Workflow", you can send e - mail data as input Airmail on your custom workflow in the Workflow application, assuming that is installed on your device. Supported message data includes sender's address, name and email, PARA / CC / BCC fields, subject, message / HTML text, Airmail URL, clipboard content, message in PDF format and much more.
The integration of "Workflow" is presented as a new incorporated action, titled "send to Workflow".
All message parameters that are available to you with Workflow integration can be used as URL outline tags with the newly added OpenURL (open url) action in Airmail.
And with custom actions, Airmail clients can run multiple actions and third-party actions in a single command. Some examples of simple custom actions include marking a message as read, snoozing until tomorrow and so on. A more complex action can, for example, create a reminder for a message while saving your sender as a VIP contact, applying a tag and the message is archived in a folder.