Many of you asked and we listened: bulk actions for conversations are here!
What this means in practice is that you can now select multiple conversations and apply one of the following conversation actions to all the conversations you selected: mark read, archive, delete, add members and remove members.
How do bulk actions work? There are three ways in which you can select conversations to apply bulk actions.
You can select multiple conversations one by one, select a range of conversations, or select all conversations under a label.
Option 1: Select multiple conversations
In the simplest version, all you need to do is right-click on a conversation on the left pane, and choose “Select multiple” from the conversation actions. Checkboxes will appear that allow you to select multiple conversations.
Then, all you need to do is to click on the action you wish to apply from the top header - mark read, archive, delete, add or remove members.
Option 2: Select a range of conversations
You can also select a range of conversations to apply bulk actions to. First, choose a conversation with the “Select multiple” action, then press down your Shift key and click on another conversation – all of the conversations in between the two will be selected, too!
And then just click on the action you wish to apply from the top header - mark read, archive, delete, add or remove members.
Option 3: Select all conversations under a specific label
Now, if you click on a label, you can “Select all”. This will select all conversations under that label that are visible. It will not select the conversations that are at that point hidden under “Show more” (if there are any).
Again, choose the action you wish to apply - mark read, archive or delete – and it’s done.
Why bulk actions?
The conversations bulk actions are especially handy for those of you who have connected your email with Fleep or just have a lot of traffic in Fleep. We hope the bulk actions make it easier for you to manage your conversations.
Nice! What’s next?
We will keep learning from your feedback, though! Currently, we’re developing some new functionality that helps teams use Fleep more easily. More on that in our quarterly review blog post.