Archive and mark as read - iOS

Note: This functionality is only available for Boxer on iOS currently. You can add your vote for it to be added to Boxer for Android here. 

To archive a message and mark it as read:
1. Open up the app settings.
2. In the "Mail" section, tap on "More". 
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3. Switch the toggle for "Archive as read" to the 'On' position. The toggle will be blue when the setting is turned 'On'. 

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With this setting turned on, every time you archive a message, it will automatically be marked as read.

How To's - iOS

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  2. Send Availability - iOS
  3. Rich text formatting - iOS
  4. Add Invitee to Calendar Event - iOS
  5. Add an alias - iOS
  6. Add an email account - iOS
  7. Where are saved drafts?
  8. Add a picture attachment - iOS
  9. Create a new quick response template - iOS
  10. Change the order of the quick response templates - iOS
  11. Change the "From" email address - iOS
  12. Add a Passcode / Touch ID - iOS
  13. Give permission to access contacts - iOS
  14. Email someone not in contacts or address book
  15. Mark as read or unread - iOS
  16. Change the duration of the undo option - iOS
  17. Rearrange buttons in the action grid - iOS
  18. Search for an e-mail - iOS
  19. Save a draft - iOS
  20. Move messages to folder instead of label them - iOS
  21. Create a custom box - iOS
  22. Create a new folder or label
  23. Archive and mark as read - iOS
  24. Compose a new message - iOS
  25. Send a quick response - iOS
  26. Change signature - iOS
  27. Change an avatar - iOS
  28. Change swipe actions - iOS
  29. Create a new calendar event - iOS
  30. Edit an existing calendar event - iOS
  31. Create an All Day Event - iOS
  32. Create a Recurring Event - iOS
  33. Cancel an Event - iOS
  34. Change Default Event Length - iOS
  35. Change the Day to Start the Week On - iOS
  36. Make an Event Private - iOS
  37. Calendar Month View - iOS
  38. Add Reminder to an Event - iOS
  39. Create a New Contact - iOS
  40. Change Calendar Color - iOS
  41. Change Which Calendars are Visible - iOS
  42. Connect to Dropbox
  43. Turn off Calendar and Contacts - iOS
  44. Change Account Colors - iOS
  45. Enable Custom Keyboards - iOS
  46. Turn on Automatic Reply - iOS
  47. How do I access my Google calendar associated with my Gmail account?

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