Gmail is a fantastic emailing service which is free to use and comes with various add-ons support to make emailing better and productive. Recently Google rolled out a new update to Gmail to schedule emails within the service. With this service, you can ditch third-party add-ons used to schedule emails on Gmail.
Before this update, Gmail users had to rely on third-party apps and services to schedule emails. Services such as IFTTT and Boomerang offered scheduling feature on Gmail.
The latest feature available to Gmail is the ability to schedule emails. This update added unique features apart from scheduling on Gmail. It is including the ability to snooze email conversations or set -up automatic follow-up reminders.
The update is rolling out slowly around the world and you have to wait until it rolls out to your region. If you are using the Gmail app, look for the new updates. If the update is available immediately update the app to get the new feature.
How to schedule Emails with Gmail’s new feature
Once you get the update follow the below steps.
- Open your Gmail app and draft a new email.
- When the draft is ready, click the arrow next to the blue “Send” button on the PC and click “schedule send.”
- Now a pop-up down menu will appear with preset scheduling options, such as “tomorrow morning,” or you can set specific date and times as well.
If you are on mobile Gmail app you can follow the below procedure.
- Tap the three stacked dots “more” icon next to the send arrow, then tap “schedule send.”
- Now a new menu will appear that lets you choose when you’d like to send the message.
- Here you can edit a scheduled message’s delivery time by opening the message draft.
That’s it. It is that simple. Now you can schedule email’s in Gmail without using any third-party apps.