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Question [Q] Mark mail as Read from the lockscreen ?

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is there an easy way on Android 4.3 (or with an application), to have a 2-3 lines preview of mail received and mark it as read from the lockscreen ?

I receive many emails during the day and it is too fastidious to have to unlock the phone, go to the mail application and mark mail as read.

I have tried NiLS and Dashlock but it doesn't do this.

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You're looking for an application that supports this. I don't know any, but some allow you to mark the email as read from the notification, you could just drag down the notification bar. If you can't do that (lockscreen security), there's an Xposed module that allows you to see the notification panel even when the phone is locked.
Also, FN (there may be other similar apps) can show you notification bubbles on the lockscreen, and allows you to choose quick actions.
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You're looking for an application that supports this. I don't know any, but some allow you to mark the email as read from the notification, you could just drag down the notification bar. If you can't do that (lockscreen security), there's an Xposed module that allows you to see the notification panel even when the phone is locked.
Also, FN (there may be other similar apps) can show you notification bubbles on the lockscreen, and allows you to choose quick actions.
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Which application can let me mark an email as read from the notification bar please ? (that should be a great solution if, by swaping, I can mark mail as read.

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Thank you for your answer.
Which application can let me mark an email as read from the notification bar please ? (that should be a great solution if, by swaping, I can mark mail as read.

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CloudMagic is the most recent one I've used that does (no swapping, you just press a "Mark Read" button in the notification).
 
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CloudMagic is the most recent one I've used that does (no swapping, you just press a "Mark Read" button in the notification).
Oh you don't know an app that modifies the notification center without having to use a third party mail application ?
I really dont like to use a third party mail app as many time, it acts like a proxy and can have a copy of your inbox or your password.

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Oh you don't know an app that modifies the notification center without having to use a third party mail application ?
I really dont like to use a third party mail app as many time, it acts like a proxy and can have a copy of your inbox or your password.

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No, the application would have to support it itself, nothing to do with the "notification center".
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