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placing email folders

With the old system, I could put folders within folders; I could assign them colors.  With this new system, I see no way to specify what folder I want to put a new folder in.  I can't assign them colors.  I can't figure out how to delete folders.  And why are there no colors anywhere in the email format??

 

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Re: placing email folders

There is no way to color a folder in the new format.  But as for placement, pick the folder you want to put a sub-folder under, then either right-click on it, or click on the hamburger icon to the right, and you will see the option to create a new folder.  When you do it will put the folder under the parent you had selected.  If you do the same thing with a folder you have already created, the menu will look a little different and you will also see the option to Move.  I right-clicked on the Inbox folder for an example---------------------

 

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