Typically, you reply to emails yourself … unless it's related to your work. You may want to receive input from colleagues or supervisors, and while the redirect works, Spark provides an easier way to discuss important emails with others. With Spark for Teams, you can easily share an email with your team and discuss privately.
This thread-sharing feature allows you to ask your team for help in replying to an e-mail, quickly retrieve needed documents, and delegate the e-mail to another team member, and share and discuss other important information. As long as you're part of a team, you can easily share any email with other members of your group.
: Share E-mail
To share an e-mail with team members, open an e-mail and tap the user's icon in the top right corner. Then tap Share conversation and select the team or specific members you want to share the email with. You can also invite others to the team so that they can also send a message privately in the email. When you're done adding people, click Share.
Now you can have a private conversation with your team members at the bottom of the email who can only see them – the sender of the email can not. Just enter your message in the chat with teammates … Box and hit "Send". You can see when others read your message, and you can also share photos and other important files from your library and other sources (Dropbox, Google Drive, etc.).
If you're in the email tapping on the icon at the top right that shows the members you're sharing the thread with, you can toggle this two additional settings. First, you can enable "Share new emails" to automatically share all future emails in the thread with all members for whom the original email has already been approved. Second, you can remove existing team members from the email thread by simply tapping the X icon to the right of a member's email.
Option 2: Delegate the email
You can not send an email to your team members, you can also put someone in your place and respond to the email instead of you. To do this, go to an e-mail, tap the user icon in the upper right corner and click on "Delegate". Select the team member to whom you'd like to delegate the email, add a brief description if needed, select a due date, and choose whether to mute the conversation (that is, receive no more alerts from it) e-mail thread).  Press "Delegate" when done. Similar to sharing an e-mail, a message thread appears at the bottom of the e-mail where you can chat with the person to whom you delegated the e-mail. You can also share photos and other documents, similar to the first option in this guide.
Tap the icon in the upper-right corner to display the member to whom you delegated the email for more information. Here you can change who the email is delegated to, change the due date, and unmute alerts. If the email has been edited, tap Mark as Done to complete the process.
You can only use the free version Delegate 10 emails at the same time. So, if you need more, you'll need to upgrade to the Premium version, which costs $ 7.99 per user per month or $ 6.39 per user per month with a one-time license. Year commitment.
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