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In a browser, go to foldersSelect the Plus sign (+), enter a folder name and touch Get in.To move emails, select the messages, select Laterand choose the name of the folder.In the app, tap the Post icon touch Create a new folderenter a folder name and press OKAY.
This article explains how to create new mail folders to sort multiple messages in AOL Mail on desktop and from the AOL Mail mobile app.
How to create new folders in AOL Mail on desktop
Decide how you want to organize your AOL Mail inbox, and then start creating folders.
Open AOL Mail in your desktop browser.
Move cursor to folders in the left pane, then select the Plus sign (+) that appears.
Type a name for your new mail folder, then touch Get in. The folder is created immediately and appears below the folders Category.
Repeat this process for each new folder you create.
Move emails to your new folder
To move emails to the new folder:
Open your AOL Mail inbox or another folder that contains the messages you want to move.
Check the box next to each email message that you want in the new folder.
To select Later at the top of the page, then select the folder where the messages should go.
How to create new folders in the AOL Mail app
It’s easy to create new folders from the AOL Mail app on your phone or tablet. As long as your AOL Mail account uses IMAP, any folders you create from one computer or the app are also mirrored on the other device.
Open the AOL Mail app and tap the post icon (envelope) at the bottom of the screen.
Under Folders, select Create a new folder.
Type a name for the new folder and press OKAY to create the folder.
Move emails to your new folder using the app
To save emails to the new folder from the AOL app:
Tap the box next to each message you want to move.
Faucet Move at the bottom of the screen.
Choose the folder where you want the emails to go.
You can also create a new folder while moving messages. Faucet add folder at the bottom of the folder list.