Now you can choose to send an email at a particular time and date using the new feature of Gmail.

Gmail turned fifteen years old this week and Google celebrated it with the launch of new features. These features will make the web mail service more efficient for the users.

Among the new features, the most notable feature is the one which lets you schedule your emails as and when planned. You can draft your emails in advance and send them at a particular time and date anytime in future.




This is specifically useful for those people who have to work across different time zones. It will also be useful if you don’t want to interrupt someone during his vacations. What else? You can use it to deceive your boss that you were working late. You can leave the office early and still give the impression that you were working till late.

Gmail finally lets you schedule emails to be sent later - Here's how to do it
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The search giant introduced this new tool on Monday only. It will soon roll out worldwide in the coming weeks. Jacob Bank, product management director of Google G-Suite, said,

We understand that work can often carry over to non-business hours, but it’s important to be considerate of everyone’s downtime.

It is important that everyone’s digital well-being is respected. The addition of this new feature will allow the Gmail users to send an email as per everybody’s convenience. The users have to simply draft the email and schedule it for a later time and date to arrive in the recipient’s inbox.

The users have to simply draft the email and schedule it for a later time and date to arrive in the recipient’s inbox in Gmail
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A new arrow is added beside “send” button. You can click on it to get to “schedule send”. Then pick a time and date to send your message.