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How to schedule an email in Gmail-Gmail new feature

How to schedule an email in Gmail– Hello friends! Google’s Gmail has finally introduced a feature which allows users to schedule an email. Now, you do not need to rely on third-party apps to schedule your emails in Gmail. Recently in April 2019, Google announced the shutdown of ‘Inbox by Gmail’. Now Gmail users can pick a timeslot to schedule their emails. This feature is available both on desktop as well as the mobile version of the Gmail.

Let’s dive in and see how you can schedule your emails in Gmail on a desktop or on a mobile app.

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How to schedule an email in Gmail on the desktop version

If you are using a desktop version of Gmail, here is how you can do so on the desktop version.

Step 1: Click on the “Compose” button. Draft your email.

Step 2: Now click on the dropdown button next to the “Send” button at the bottom.

Step 3: Choose between default options that appear in the pop-up box.

Step 4: Here you can also pick the date and precise time from the pop-up box.

How to schedule an email in Gmail on mobile Gmail’s app

If you are using a mobile app of Gmail, here is how you can do so on the mobile app.

Step 1: Compose an email by tapping on the plus icon.

Step 2: Draft your email.

Step 3: Now click on the three dots menu appearing on the top right corner.

Step 4: Choose between the default options or pick date and time for more precise scheduling.

So, above mentioned are the steps which you can follow to schedule your emails in Gmail on a desktop or a mobile app. If you face any issue regarding this, do comment in the comment box below or you can contact us any time.

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Hi, I am Deepak Thakur and I am a Software Engineer with a keen interest in latest and upcoming technologies.

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