I get some long emails in which the important stuff is at the bottom after many pages. It is tedious to scroll down. Is there a way to get to the bottom quickly? Either for iPhone iPad or both.
iOS does not provide a shortcut for skipping directly to the bottom of documents, but there is a reasonable alternative, if you're not already aware of it: scrolling views in iOS respond to swipe frequency, scrolling more quickly the more quickly and frequently you swipe the screen.
While swiping a long document, email, or webpage, try several long, quick swipes in rapid succession: you should notice the scrolling speed accelerate accordingly. This isn't nearly as elegant as a tap shortcut, but does let you quickly skip to the bottom of a long view.
You can create the following bookmark which will scroll you to the bottom of the page:
Here's a workaround I just figured out: Just make a comment at the top and bottom of the document. When you view the top comment, you can then use the < in the comment navigation to quickly go to the bottom comment. As mentioned before, you can quickly navigate to the top at any time by tapping the clock in the topbar. Even if you make a lot of comments, you can always navigate < from the top to the very last comment. You can also make comments as chapter, indexing, or placeholding markers and quickly navigate large documents. Hope this helps!