Back in April 2019 Google announced that Gmail would natively support email scheduling, and the feature became available on desktop and mobile about a month later. Gmail’s features are completely easy to use, and there’s a wide variety of applications for scheduling tasks and personal messages. Maybe you’re trying to talk to someone in a different time zone, narrating an event, or you just want to remind your future about something. If so, schedule an email.
Follow these steps to schedule a message via Gmail in a desktop web browser.
- Compose a new email first
- blue "SEND" Click on the triangle next to the button
- Select one of the suggested times now, or the time and date when you actually want to send the message.
The process is exactly the same as in Gmail’s mobile app, but instead of clicking on the send button there, while composing an email, you need to click on the three dots in the top right corner of the screen. Here you will get the option to schedule.
It’s also easy to find and cancel scheduled emails. A new one on desktop and mobile "schedule" folder is. To stop a message from being sent, simply click on the message in the folder and in the top right corner of the window "Cancel send" Click on It will go back to your Drafts folder.
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