Setting up your email in iOS 7 is much the same as setting it up in prior forms of iOS. Much the same as previously, you can have Gmail set up in the Mail application. To set up your email you would go to Settings, at that point tap on Mail, Contacts and Calendars, and after that press Add Account. Of course in iOS, Gmail is set to file your messages rather than erasing them. Documenting email keeps the messages in an Archived organizer, however Deleting moves them to the junk.
On the off chance that you are seeing your inbox, and you swipe from appropriate to left on the message, you don't get the alternative to erase the message. Or maybe, you get an Archive choice or a More choice. The More choice gives you each other choice aside from erasing the message. You could simply tap on More, at that point squeeze Move Message, and afterward pick the Trash organizer. That is somewhat repetitive for a basic assignment:
Notwithstanding when you have a go at review the body of the message, you don't have an erase choice, rather the catch appropriate over the home catch, is a blue box. When you squeeze that blue box it documents the message as restrict to erasing the message and placing it in Trash.
Under your settings, you can change filing to erase for Gmail. In iOS 6, this was a great deal less demanding in light of the fact that all you needed to do was tap for you in Settings and kill the Archive Messages switch.
In iOS 7, to transform it with the goal that way the messages will erase, go into Settings, tap on Mail, Contacts and Calendars and tap on your Gmail account that is recorded.
At that point tap on Account.
Down at the base tap on Advanced. You will change where it says "Move Discarded Messages Into:" by tapping on the word Deleted Mailbox.
Since I turned on Deleted Mailbox, at whatever point I go to erase a message I will now have that alternative to erase the message and place it in the waste.