You do not want your e-mail to get lost in the shuffle because you sent it late at night or during the big game, and you do not want to be the joke that makes a work e-mail on a Saturday. Mail is sending. Fortunately, using the latest feature in Gmailthat you want to send at the time you want, without having to save them as a draft that you must remember. From now on, you can schedule emails up to 49 years in advance.
Gmail news planning works through your personal and business accounts.
Gmail launched this feature on its fifteenth birthday, April 1
How to start:
About Gmail in your browser
When you've finished creating your email and are ready to schedule it:
Step 1: Find the drop-down arrow near the "Submit" button.
Step 2: Click the arrow and then click "Send Schedule".
Step 3: A menu is displayed where you can select the date and time of the e-mail you want to send.
Step 4 : Select the time and click "Schedule Send". The lower left corner displays a message box with the message "Send scheduled for …" in which you can undo or display the message if an error occurs.
Using the Gmail app on your phone or tablet
Step 1: If you're using the Gmail app to send an e-mail, you'll find the stacked three dots in the upper-right corner.
Step 2: Tap the points and choose Send Schedule.
Step 3: From there, a menu is displayed where you can insert the date and time of your shipment.
Step 4 : Click Send Schedule. The lower left corner displays a message box with the message "Send scheduled for …". You can undo the action or view your message.
What if I need to update or delete the email?
If you still do not want to send the email, you can delete it anyway. You can reach it before the scheduled time.
Simply click "Scheduled" in the main menu, select the email you want to delete and select "Cancel send".
If you need to update the time or date when the e-mail should be sent, cancel the operation. Email. A draft will appear in which you can edit the contents of the e-mail and repeat the above steps.