How to Show More of Each Email in the iPhone 11 Mail App

  • By completing these steps you will be able to show more of the content of individual email messages in your inbox.
  • We are changing a setting called “Preview” that shows the beginning part of the email messages.
  • You have several options to choose from which let you customize how much of each email message you want to how in the inbox.
  • This only affects the default Mail app.
  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Scroll down and choose the Mail option.
  3. Touch the Preview button.
  4. Tap the number of lines you want to show for each email.

When you open the Mail app on your iPhone, you see your inbox. Depending on your settings and the number of email addresses you’ve set up, this inbox might show messages from one or more email accounts.

You have the ability to customize the way much of the information in your inbox is displayed, including how much of each email message you see.

Our guide below is going to show you how to display more of the content from each of your email messages in the iPhone Mail app by changing the Preview setting.

How to Show More Lines of Each Email Message on Your iPhone’s Mail App

The steps in this article were performed on an iPhone 11 in iOS 13.3.1. This will also work on other iPhone models running iOS 13, as well as most recent versions of iOS.

Step 1: Touch the Settings icon.

open the Settings app

Step 2: Choose the Mail option.

open the Mail menu

Step 3: Tap the Preview button.

touch the Preview button

Step 4: Select the number of preview lines to show for each email message.

how to show more of each email message in the Mail app on an iPhone 11

Note that changing this setting is going to affect the number of email messages that you can see on your screen at one time.

Now that you know how to show more of each email in the iPhone 11 Mail app, you will be able to see more of each message and potentially eliminate the need to open every email you receive.

Find out why your iPhone isn’t showing any pictures in your emails, or choose to stop showing pictures in email messages by changing the Load Remote Images setting.

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