On Mon, 04 Jan 2010 22:14:29 +0100, Frank A. <[email protected]> wrote:
Is there any way of controlling the layout of the Email, Feeds, Filters,
Searches, etc on the Mail panel (F4)? I never use most of them and its
cluttering the page.
I think you can manually delete those views from the some .ini file. Never
done so myself, so you'll need someone else to help you with this.
I think I speak for most users in that they want their newsgroups in one
area, their email in another, and their feeds in another. Most of us
couldn't care less about Attachments, Labels, Followed Threads or
Filters. Email - Newsgroups - Feeds. Opera needs to get this better
organized. Also folders need to be able to be implemented for email and
feeds. Having all feeds being dumped into one area is absurd. Some of
us follow hundreds of feeds. It enables you to track stuff so much more
efficiently than stumbling from website to website checking for new
stuff. So RSS rocks. No question. Now it needs organization.
In Opera you use filters to organise messages. Be it email, newsgroups or
feeds. There are no folders in Opera for that, and I doubt there ever will
be. There is one single store for messages (although by account), and
every access point you see in the panel is a filter. Before going any
further, I suggest you read the mail tutorial:
Also for Notes - we need a timer implemented. So when I write a note, I
have a reminder available that will give me a visual alert, an audio
alert, an email alert or a SMS alert to my phone in case I'm out.
That's a nice idea, but better suited for opera.wishlist. I also think
there are Unite services available that do this, or similar. It's worth
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