The E-mails app on the Google Play store has a feature that lets you search your inbox for keywords in the mail.
The feature is available in the U.S. and Canada and can be found in Settings > Apps > E-Mails.
But how does it work?
When you open the E.
Mails app, you’ll be presented with a search box with the option to search your mailbox for keywords.
Here’s how to do it:Type in a search word like “my e-mail.”
Then, tap Search and tap OK.
You’ll then be prompted to enter a name for your search and the phrase “search my e-mails.”
Once you enter the name, the app will send you a search result.
This can be useful if you’re having trouble with the app, but the results aren’t really helpful unless you’re looking for a specific email address.
If you’ve used the Emails app before, you probably know that it has a built-in keyword search feature.
And that feature is fairly simple:When you search for a word, you can select the option that says “Search” and then type in a name or phrase for the search.
There’s also an option to include a search query that the app can search for the next time you open up the EMail app.
It’s worth noting that if you search with your phone, the Email app won’t display any results.
So, if you don’t have an Android phone or tablet, you should probably opt for the EMsign app for those situations.