Meet The New AOL Mail Smileys!

Posted May 18th 2017 08:12AM by Dave Buck
We know that many of you have been waiting patiently for an update to the "smileys" in AOL Mail's compose. Well, today the wait is over! We are excited to give you 80 new ways to express yourself through the power of little yellow (mostly) icons.

Try them out when writing your next email and, as always, please tell us what you think. Give us your feedback (the good, the bad and the ugly) right here.



*powered by EmojiOne

**dedicated to "Pappy"

"Readability Mode" Makes AOL Mail Easier To Read

Posted May 08th 2017 06:22PM by Dave Buck
Let's face it, whether it's due to failing eyes or failing computer screens, for some of us the AOL Mail interface can be difficult to read. That's why we're introducing our new "Readability Mode!" Simply put, it makes things bigger and easier to read inside AOL Mail.

Try it out by checking the box next to "Enable readability mode" in Mail Settings and don't forget to click the "Save Settings" button after you do. Like so:



We hope you like the new functionality and we always appreciate your feedback (the good, the bad and the ugly). Tell us what you think right here.


Want easy access to AOL Mail on your phone? Download the AOL Mobile App for iPhone or Android.

Try Our New "Pop-Up" Compose For Easier Mail Multitasking

Posted Apr 03rd 2017 07:24PM by Dave Buck
Have you ever composed an email and realized midway through that you needed information from another email before you could send it? An address, maybe?

Well it happens to us all the time, which is why we're so excited to bring you "Pop-Up Compose." A new way to compose email that allows you to peruse your inbox, even open up other emails, without having to close the email you are currently composing. Like so:



If you decide that you'd like more space to compose a certain email just click the expand button to switch to the original full-pane mode. Like so:



You can set "Pop-Up" as your default compose mode on the "Compose" page in Mail Settings. You can get to Mail Settings from the "Options" menu in the top right corner of AOL Mail.

We hope you like the new functionality and we always appreciate your feedback (the good, the bad and the ugly). Tell us what you think right here.


Want easy access to AOL Mail on your phone? Download the AOL Mobile App for iPhone or Android.