It’s time for the third installment of the “what’s new with Yahoo! Mail Beta” series. Today let’s take a look at a new button on the menu bar in your mailbox.
New Button: Move to Folder
Nestled in between the “Spam” and “Print” buttons there’s a new one called “Move”. Now you can move a message to any folder you want with a couple of mouse clicks. Here’s what it looks like:
It works well with the checkboxes (see Part 1), so that you can move a whole bunch of messages at once. Just put checks next to all the messages you want to move and click the move button. Once you’ve done that you can move them to any of your folders that you’ve set up. Or you can choose to delete them by moving them to the Trash folder or mark them all as Spam by moving them to the Spam folder.
Other ways to move messages
Don’t forget that you can still click and drag messages to move them. And of course there’s the shortcut key. If you don’t feel like reaching for the mouse, just hit the “d” key and use the arrow buttons to highlight the folder where you want to move the message(s).
Andrew – Yahoo Mail Beta Team