Email filters act like sieves. They identify messages based on the criteria you specify and move them to a designated folder automatically. Located under the “Mail Settings” section, filters are an ideal way to segregate incoming messages and organise them in folders.
Though it may sound pretty technical to a beginner, creating and using filters at your AOL email account is actually very simple and offers a lot of convenience and tremendous time savings.
Sign in from the AOL login page with the username and password and follow the steps below to create filters and automatically sort incoming emails.
You can create more filters at your AOL email account to further organise incoming messages. These filters can also be prioritised by dragging them up and down the list.
As you use the email account more and more, the volume of messages is going to increase. You might subscribe to various newsletters and filters offer the best way to move emails to individual folders. You can also weed out those nasty spam messages with this feature.
Additionally, AOL email filters are the ideal solution to move unimportant messages out of the inbox (the ones that come from your Facebook pals) so that you can pay more attention to the ones that really matter! For instance, business related emails can be segregated automatically from the rest.
So be smart and use AOL filters to dump the daily emails from that weird colleague who insists everyone views his pet cat photos!
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