At present, with over 1.4 billion users Gmail has become one the widely used email platform in the world. Even for many people, the use of Gmail has increased so much that now Gmail has become the only means of email for them, and whenever they hear the word email, Gmail is the only thing which comes in their mind. After getting so many users, where often many companies stop making new changes, Gmail has always shown new variations on the contrary. From time to time, Gmail has made new changes to its users according to their needs. And one such change was made recently by Gmail, which is not only a change but also a new feature, and that feature is the feature of sending scheduled emails in Gmail.
The users of Gmail are requesting for adding the feature of schedule emails in Gmail for a long time, though many other email service providers are already providing the service of sending scheduled emails but none of them is neither more reliable nor more used in comparison to Gmail and that’s why the importance of this feature on Gmail increases so much. And as I already mentioned that this is a recently released feature, so it is possible that most of the users don’t know about using this feature so far, so let’s see how we can send scheduled emails in Gmail…
How We Can Send Scheduled Emails In Gmail
So like the other features of Gmail, the feature of sending scheduled emails in Gmail is also very easy to use feature. The process of using this feature is slightly different on both the App version of Gmail and the web version of Gmail, so let’s start with the App version.
How To Send Scheduled Emails In Gmail App
To send scheduled emails in Gmail with the app on your smartphone follow these simple steps…
- Open Play Store or App store and update your Gmail application first and then launch the application.
- Now after opening the app, click on compose option and start writing a new mail.
- After completing the mail, click on three dots option (more options menu) and select the ‘Schedule Send’ option.
- Now select a date and exact time of your choice (on which you want to send the mail) by clicking on the last icon.
- After selecting the date and time just click on ‘Schedule send option.’ Your work is over there and then Gmail will schedule your email and it will be sent automatically at your selected time and date.
So that’s how you can send scheduled mails in Gmail with the Gmail application on your smartphone. Now let’s see how you can check your all scheduled emails…
How To Check All The Scheduled Emails In Gmail (Mobile App)
Checking your all scheduled emails is also an easy process, you can do it by following these steps…
- Open your Gmail application on your smartphone and click on the three lines (icon of more options) on the top of the left side.
- Now find and open the Scheduled option under the “All Labels” category.
- Here you will get all your scheduled emails (if there is any).
How To Send Scheduled Emails In Gmail Web Version
Like the Gmail app you can also schedule emails in Gmail website version and to do so follow these simple steps…
- Open any browser on your PC and other devices and search for Gmail.
- Now log in on your Gmail account and click on compose and start writing a new mail.
- After completing the email, click on the drop-down list icon which you will find along with the send option.
- Then on the drop-down list, you will get a new ‘Schedule Send‘ option there. Click on it.
- Now select a date and time of your choice on which you want to send the email.
- After that Gmail will send your email automatically at your scheduled date and time.
That’s how you can send scheduled emails in Gmail website version, now let’s see how you can check your all scheduled emails…
How To Check All Your Scheduled Emails In Gmail ( Web Version)
Like the mobile app version, you can also check all your scheduled emails in Gmail web version and you can do that easily by following these simple steps…
- Open your Gmail and click on the sidebar menu and select the schedule option.
- Here you will find all your scheduled emails (if there is any).