In Yahoo Mail, it is possible to set up filters that route incoming mail to designated folders. When you set up a single filter for messages which are from a certain sender and have a specific subject, you cannot make a filter for messages which are from a certain sender or have a specific subject. To create or filters, combine two regular filters. For instance, set up a filter for a certain sender then, make another filter for an individual subject, then instruct both filters to move messages to the same folder. That way, messages with the individual sender or subject show up in the target folder automatically.
To view filters:
Log into your Yahoo! Mail account: For that go to http://yahoo.com and enter your Yahoo! username and password and then click on the purple “Sign In” button. You will be brought to your inbox after successfully logging in.
Go to Settings which look a gear icon beside your name appears at the upper right of the screen. Click on it and then, select Settings. The Settings sub-window will appear.
Go to Filters that appear on the Settings menu click on “Filters” from the left panel and all your existing filters will be appeared on the right. Call on Yahoo Mail Contact Phone Number UK to get in touch with the technical experts if you are facing any issue while doing this
(If you don’t have any yet, then create one)
View a filter from the list of existing filters, choose one by clicking on it the rules set for the filter will have appeared at the bottom of the screen
To Edit Filters:
Choose a filter from the list of existing filters and choose the one you would like to edit just by clicking on it. The selected filter will be highlighted
Edit a filter: Above the list of filters there are three buttons. Click on the “Edit” option to enter the modification display
Change the name of the filter: The first domain is the Filter Name and you might edit the name of your existing filter in this domain
(Set a unique filter name and make it short but descriptive)
Change the Sender Rule: The first rule is for the Sender and choose the condition from the drop-down list with the options of “Contains”, doesn’t contain, “Begins with”, and “Ends with”
Enter the value which will be checked against the conditions chosen. Usually, it will be the email address of the sender
Change the recipient rule: The second rule is for the Recipient and, then chooses the condition appears at the drop-down list with options of “Contains”, “Begin with”, “Does not contain”, and “Ends” with. Enter the value which will be checked against the condition chosen.
(The recipient can contain the people list which will receive these types of emails. This always includes your name and your email address unless this email will be coming into your account)
Change the Subject rule: The third rules are for the Subject and after that, select the condition from the drop-down list and enter the value which will be checked against the selected condition
(The subject is the text on the subject title of the email)
Change the E-mail body rule: The last and fourth rule is for the Email body. Choose the condition from the drop-down list and enter the value which will be checked against the chosen condition
(The check here will be done with the entire contents of the email body)
Change the destination folder: From the drop-down list of your Yahoo! Mail folders and then, choose the destination folder where the emails which match all the criteria and rules of filter will be sent
Save the Filter: Click on the “Save” option that is available in blue color to save the changes which you have made to the filter
When you are done with the above-given steps then, you have successfully edited the filters in Yahoo. You can get in touch with the technical experts in case you are facing any issue with these above-given steps. The teams are always there to help you and make sure to use a strong and stable internet connection.