Scheduling Emails Feature may be added to Google Gmail App…
It has been reported in the month of July 2018 that Google is working out on the ‘Scheduling emails’ feature in the Gmail app for Android.
But later Google did not comment on the reports regarding the feature, and there was no further development or news regarding this feature. But the latest news reports say that Google has brought the Scheduling emails Feature back into development and is planning to release it in the upcoming days.
Generally, this new feature will enable users to schedule emails for a later date. Well, we all know that there are several applications that are available for Gmail users to schedule messages.
The code found version 8.7.15 of Gmail for Android includes a label with the phrase ‘schedule send’ in the overflow for the “Compose” screen which hints that the feature could soon be available.
By clicking on the link, you can set the date and time when you want to schedule your email to reach the assigned recipient.
If this new feature is added to the redesigned Gmail app and within no time it will also make a way even to the web version of Gmail as well.
Know More About Scheduling Emails Feature:
The ‘Scheduling emails’ feature will allow users to schedule an email for up to 50 years. It has a starting time of scheduling starts from a minimum of 2 minutes.
On the other hand, the user will also have the option to cancel scheduled emails if they accidentally scheduled emails.
The canceled scheduled emails sent to draft and if you want to cancel scheduled emails then you need have an active internet connection because scheduled emails are sent to the cloud.
Currently, the company also announced that it has started rolling out the final developer preview of Android P. Furthermore, it’s not known when Google will finally launch the feature globally to all its users and hope it may be about to roll out any time soon.
Besides, there’s no idea even that this feature will be available on iOS at the same time.