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Samsung Galaxy S4: How to View, Reply and Forward an Email Message in Gmail App

If you have had activated a Google account in your Samsung Galaxy SIV, then you'll be allowed to use it to access another Google services available in your phone. One of which is Gmail app that will allow you to send an email message with or without attachment, either to another Gmail users or to another email-services users. This of course will helpful, especially for those of you who often use an email message to communicate with others.

See also: How to Create and Send Email Messages with or without Attachment using Gmail App in the Samsung Galaxy S4

Aside from sending email messages, you can also utilize this app to receive email messages. When you have an incoming email message, you'll be presented with some options available, such as read, reply or forward the message.


How to view a Gmail message?
FYI, Gmail app has 3 inbox folders, they are Primary, Social and Promotions. But, by default, when you're opening Gmail app, you'll be redirected to the Primary inbox folder. Well, as the example, here are the step to view an email message in the Primary inbox folder:
  1. Open Gmail app.
  2. In the Primary inbox, tap the desired email message you wish to read.
  3. The selected email message will be opened to allow you to read it.
  4. If you wish to read email message in social and promotions inbox folder, while you're in the Gmail's main page, swipe the screen from left to the right and then under Inbox section tap Social or tap Promotions.


How to reply Gmail message?
If you wish to reply an email message to its original sender, then you can do so by following the steps below:
  1. Open Gmail app.
  2. Tap the desired email message you wish to reply.
  3. Tap Reply icon to reply email message.
  4. Write your message in the Compose email field.
  5. Tick the box next to QUOTED TEXT if you wish to quote the original message into your message. Or, tap RESPOND IN-LINE to include the original message into your message.
  6. Tap Send email message button at the top right corner of the screen.
  7. Your reply will be sent.


How to forward Gmail message?
If you wish to forward an email message to another email recipient, then you can do so by following the steps below:
  1. Open Gmail app.
  2. Tap the desired email message you wish to forward.
  3. Tap the Three dot icon then select Forward.
  4. Enter the email recipient in the To field.
  5. Write your message in the Compose email field. 
  6. Tap RESPOND IN-LINE to include the original message into your message.
  7. Tap Send email message button at the top right corner of the screen.
  8. Your forwarded email will be sent.

By utilizing some options available in an email message in Gmail app, now you can easily read an email message and then if necessary you can reply the message to the original sender or forward it to another email recipient. So, hope it helps :)

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