Hide The Number Of Unread Mail On iPhone

Most of us have an email account or two, and likewise most of us have an increasingly growing number of unread mail messages accumulating slowly (or quickly) in our inboxes. Features like VIP tagging and inbox can help to tame some of the email clutter, but there’s simply no denying that some of our inboxes are past the point of no return… where hundreds if not thousands of emails are going unread, cluttering up the inbox and making for some astronomical unread mail numbers showing up on our Mail, Gmail, Mailbox, Yahoo mail, and other email app icons in iOS.

If your iPhone mail clients look anything like this due to tons of unread emails, it’s sometimes best to just call it quits and hide that onerously giant number from the mail icons completely.

Hide the number of unread Mail on iPhone for Gmail

Step 1: Go to the “setting” app on iPhone, iPad.

Step 2: Slide below and click on “Mail, Contacts and Calendars“.

Step 3: You see all connect mail account in single list, click “Gmail“.

Step 4: Disable Mail toggle.

Hide the number of unread Mail on iPhone for iCloud mail

Step 1: Go to the “setting” app on iPhone, iPad.

Step 2: Slide below and click on “Mail, Contacts and Calendars“.

Step 3: Click “iCloud“.

Step 4: Disable Mail toggle.

Note: For users who have added multiple email accounts to the Mail app, each individual Mail account will need to be adjusted to completely remove the unread count red number indicator from the app icon.

By disabled above settings you will get new mail in your mailbox as it is. but you can’t see unread mail count on your iPhone’s home screen. Unlike the native Mail app for iOS, multiple email addresses setup within the Gmail app are handled by the same unread count, so keep that in mind if you’re turning off the setting for the app completely.

>>> See more: Change Swipe Options On iPhone Mail App.

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