Blackberry email folders not updating

06-Apr-2017 01:40

Instead of launching the Hub and going to the Settings to turn it off, you'll need to launch the Black Berry 10 Settings app and select the "Accounts" option in the list.

From there you can select your Facebook or Twitter account, then turn off the appropriate setting for syncing direct messages or syncing Facebook messages.

Doing so will group related e-mails, showing only the latest entry in your Hub, yet allowing you to view any of the related messages once you open the conversation.

To have your e-mails grouped in conversations, launch the Hub and select Settings from the menu. The first item in this screen will allow you to change the display style from "Single Messages" to "Conversation." Hide filed messages While you're still in the Display and Actions settings, you might want to hide any e-mails you've filed from being displayed in your Hub.

If you have a preferred method or feature to help you tame the Hub on your Black Berry 10 device, let us know in the comments below.

Having your contacts with you at all times is important, but you may not always have the time or ability to do a physical synchronization with your PC.

What you have to do is tap and hold on the date bar (which is far too small) until a menu pops out on the right side of your screen.Fortunately, you can sync your Black Berry over the air (OTA), without a computer or any cables, so that any changes you make to your contacts when you're on the go will automatically appear in your Gmail account, and vice versa.If you use Gmail, the built-in contact manager is extremely useful because it's used by other Google apps like Google Docs and is accessible from any computer through your Gmail account.From this menu you can quickly jump through your messages by day, jump to the top or bottom of your list, mark all prior messages as read, or delete all prior messages.

Customize your e-mail signature Default e-mail signatures -- no matter the device -- need to be changed to something more personal.But receiving your Twitter direct messages and Facebook messages in your Hub may not be what you want.