With the release of iOS 12, Spark supports Siri Shortcuts. Siri suggests you create shortcuts for things you do frequently to perform them faster. Spark currently supports three shortcuts: You can jump to a selected folder, search for specific emails, and compose an email to a certain person or group.
This feature is available in iOS 12 or newer and Spark version 2.1.6 or later.
If Spark hasn 't updated automatically, go to the App Store > search for Spark > tap Update.
Let’s go through the three types of shortcuts Spark has to offer.
With this shortcut, you can record a personalized phrase to jump to a specific folder in Spark.
Now, you can say “Hey Siri, Open Pins” and Spark will launch with the pinned emails opened.
This shortcut is helpful when you often look for specific emails in Spark. You can set up a shortcut to filter emails by sender, attachments or content.
When you email someone frequently in Spark, Siri can set up a shortcut to compose an email to this person. You don’t have to launch Spark, create a new message and type the email address; Siri does it for you.
Note: this Apple 's specific feature is available only on iOS and is currently not supported on Mac and Android.Read next: Use Keyboard Shortcuts