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Support Email response cursor movement in body of email

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by BigNick69, Sep 26, 2011.

  1. BigNick69

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    Ok, I will try not to confuse anyone. I received an email from someone that asked me to respond to 10 questions. She said not to respond at the top of the email, but to actually put my cursor next to each question in the body of the email so she wouldn't have to scroll up and down to figure out what the question was to the answers written up top. Obviously on a laptop/home computer workstation you can just put your mouse cursor anywhere you want once you hit "reply." But, on my Droid Bionic there is no way to do this. Yes, I know you can copy and paste and do it that way, but is there an app that would make this simpler?

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    I'm not sure which email app you are using, but in gmail, you can just tap on the button that says respond online. That allows you to add text within the received email.
     
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    Tried on Gmail as well, it didn't work.
     
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    Hmm, I guess I'm confused as to what you want to do. When I press respond inline, it brings up the received email and I am able to place the cursor anywhere within that email and type. I.E. Placing the cursor next to a question and type in an answer. Is there something I'm missing?
     
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    You'd have to copy the whole email into a new one and go from there if you can. This is a gmail app issue.
     

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