Throughout the day, I juggle multiple email accounts and between work, life, and other reminders the important ones often get lost in the shuffle. With the introduction of BlackBerry OS 10.2 on the Z30, messages that you mark important based on certain criteria are highlighted and placed in a specific area so you can quickly navigate to them without being distracted by other items.
Once this feature is enabled, they populate the hub under the Priority Hub heading as well as being tagged in your individual email accounts. Emails marked as priority display a thin red line indicator to the right of the message. Though, this is not to be confused with color coding emails which appear to the left.
Not only does the priority feature act as a filter of sorts, but it adapts to the way you use your device. For instance, while it may mark certain items as priority based on the parameters specified in settings, you can manually add and remove them from the list. This way, it learns which ones to designate as priority for future incoming emails.
The first order of business is activating the feature if not already turned on by default.
By default, all options are turned on and appear in the space directly below the toggle switch. From here you can enable/disable the options to filter as follows:
By enabling any of these flags, incoming message that follow these rules automatically appear in the Priority Hub.
As I mentioned earlier, it can be taught which messages it classifies as being important to you so that it populates the priority hub accordingly. This is accomplished by going through your messages and adding or removing the priority designation.
Now you can quickly access those all important messages without having to scroll through the entire hub.