@Yitz said in Windows tricks you might not know:
Window key + .
Will open the emoji selector
BTW useful to know, in the Emoji Selector you can type a word (or start typing) to find the relevant emoji.
(Also, I find it easier to press Enter twice and then backspace instead of pressing Enter and Esc to close the Emoji panel.)
@Chocolate Thanks I tried this but the problem is it only shows the category color once that specific email is open, it won’t show when I have the regular list of inbox versus non IMAP will show a small icon of that color to each email