How to Enable Siri Suggestions in Mail App on iPhone, iPad and Mac

Other the time, Apple’s personal assistant aka Siri has seen some great and notable improvements. Besides it’s ability to work with third party messaging applications, Siri has been integrated with major music apps like Pandora and Spotify. Siri can also keep track of your app usage like Mail etc. and can provide personalized suggestions.

With the ability to work with Mail, Calendar and Contacts app, Siri can make it quite easy for you to manage your workload. So, in this tutorial, we are going to show you how you can enable Siri suggestions in the Mail app on iPhone, iPad and macOS.

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Enabling Siri Suggestions in the Mail app on iPhone, iPad, and Mac

For using the Siri suggestions, you have to first enable them. So, first of all make sure that Siri is allowed to offer suggestions in the Mail app. The process of enabling Siri suggestions in quite easy and straightforward. After you have enabled it, Siri will offer suggestions in the form of an alert which you can accept or deny based on your requirements. Talking about compatibility, it’s available for iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices. So you can easily use it on all your Apple devices. Let’s get started with the steps.

1) Enable Siri Suggestions for iOS and iPadOS

Step 1

First of all, open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad and then, scroll down and tap on Mail.

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Step 2

Now, tap on Siri & Search and enable the option for Show Siri Suggestions in App.

2) Enable Siri Suggestions on macOS

Step 1

Click on System Preferences icon on your Mac.

Now, click on Siri to make required changes to Enable Siri Suggestions in Mail app on macOS.

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Step 2

We will find required settings in Siri Suggestions & Privacy. Click on Siri Suggestions & Privacy in Siri settings.

Step 3

After that, choose Mail in the sidebar then check the box for Show Siri Suggestions in the app located on the right side. Finally click on Done button to apply settings.

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Step 4

From now onward, Siri will provide suggestions for adding people to your address book or add an event to your calendar quickly. You just have to tap or click on add and then follow the steps to finish the process. If you find the suggestion irrelevant or not useful, you can simply click or tap on the (X) button to decline the suggestion. Besides that, there is also an option to review the suggested event. Click on Details in the popup window.

Note:

  • You can also set the Mail app easily to automatically add the events. Click on Mail -> Preferences -> General -> Add invitations to Calendar automatically.
  • If you are using an Exchange account, you can add events by using the buttons that are located at the top.

Siri Suggestions in the Mail App

Above tutorial explained, how you can easily enable Siri suggestions in the Mail app on your iPhone, iPad or Mac. After enabling, Siri will provide you suggestions for adding people to address book, events to calendar in just a click or tap. Apple Mail app is not the best app in the market but it has got features like the ability to show most recent mails on the top and ability to prioritize emails by flagging. Hope you liked the tutorial. In case you have any queries or suggestions, feel free to drop a comment.

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