Google added email scheduling to Gmail in April 2019. It allows you to draft an email and send it at a date and time of your choice in the future. The email schedule on Gmail is available on mobile applications and desktop browsers. It allows you to choose a preset date and time, or enter a custom time when you want the recipient to receive the message. This is useful in various situations, where only the sender knows that the email has been scheduled.

Scheduling emails on Gmail is very simple and can be done in a few simple steps. Read on to learn how to schedule emails on Gmail via desktop browser and mobile app.

How to schedule emails on Gmail via desktop browser

  1. If you are not logged in, go to gmail.com and log in with your Google account.

  2. Click on write And use the recipient’s email ID to draft your message.

  3. Now, instead of clicking send, click the small fall The arrow next to the send button and select Schedule delivery.

  4. In the next few days, you will see some preset options. If one of them suits you, just click it to schedule your email.

  5. If you want to select the date and time, click Choose date and time instead.

  6. You should see a calendar where you can select the date you want to schedule the mail. Alternatively, you can manually enter the date and time in the text field.

  7. When finished, click Schedule delivery And your email will be scheduled at that date and time.

How to schedule emails on Gmail via mobile app

  1. Open the Gmail app on your Android or iOS device.
  2. Click on write And use the recipient’s email ID to draft your message.
  3. In the upper right corner, click Three-point menu And click Schedule delivery.
  4. You should see some preset options as well as options for selecting date and time.Click on Choose date and time Enter the date and time manually.
  5. Select the desired date and time, then click Schedule delivery.

Scheduled emails on Gmail will be sent to the “Reservations” category in the navigation panel. You can have up to 100 scheduled emails, and you can edit them at any time before sending them automatically.

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