What do I need to know about using IBM Verse for Apple devices?
Get ready for mail that understands you, for less clutter and more clarity, for connecting you to the people who matter to you most. Cloud-enabled, designed for mobile devices, and powered by IBM's analytics and advanced search, IBM Verse works for you, not the other way around.
How do I install and configure IBM Verse for Apple devices?
IBM Verse is installed from the Apple iOS App Store.
How do I work with the people who are important to me?
One of the main aspects of IBM Verse that sets it apart is that it lets you have, within easy reach, all the things that are important to you. People are a big part of this idea.
How do I mark a mail that needs action?
When you receive a mail message that contains an action item, you can add it to a list of things that need to be completed, called Needs Action
. You can also specify a date for when the action item needs to be completed, to further organize your work flow.
How do I track mail that's waiting for a response?
IBM Verse lets you track responses from mail messages you've sent. You do this by marking the message as Waiting For
. The mail then appears in a unique list in Verse so that you can easily keep track of whether or not you have received a response.
How do I see my calendar entries?
IBM Verse for Apple devices lets you see and access all your upcoming calendar entries in a quick and visual way.
How do I manage conversations with more than one person?
IBM Verse adds a graphical conversation style to mail messages that lets you keep all your mail threads organized and easily viewable within your inbox.
Where are my drafts and sent mail?
You can view your draft and sent mail with the IBM Verse app.
How do I use folders to help organize my mail content?
Folders provide a lightweight way for you to manage your messages.
How do I find who I'm looking for?
You can easily search for messages from specific contacts.
How do I use the Today widget?
The Today widget for IBM Verse provides a whole range of information about your day in the iOS Today view.