It is that time of the week again. The time to sort out any BlackBerry woes you may have. This week's entry is a pretty quick one, however, I thought if one person asks, I'm pretty sure there are others out there who may not know how to find this either. This week's question goes like this.
I often have the need to CC or BCC my email, but I don't see a way to do this on the BlackBerry PlayBook. Is there an app or setting that allows me to do that?
This is a simple answer but I can see how the feature can be over looked. I don't tend to have to need to BCC my email and I stumbled across this option by accident while on my PlayBook one time. While the CC field is there when you are composing an email, in order to add BCC you will need to swipe down from the top, you will then see along the top right that there is the option to 'Add BCC'. Voila, you will then have the BCC field available.
Thanks Jay for sending this in. Sometimes the simple things mean a lot.
Now back to you CrackBerry Nation. Do you have any BlackBerry etiquette questions? Advice on your BlackBerry woes? Submit them to me, no matter how small or trivial you may think they are - [email protected]. You can also catch me on Twitter @DearBerryCB
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