I never knew it was still in the beta stage, my friend has configured the Gmail “Undo Send” for me over 3 years.
Checking the Google news earlier today, I saw 599 sources including big tech media have already written that the Google “Undo Send” feature has gone official.
The feature will apply to all Gmail web account and the inbox by Gmail app.
The Gmail “Undo Send” has been in beta testing for over six years while Google has been getting positive feedback from Gmail users around the world, now it’s public.
The feature allows you to stop your email message from being delivered after you have sent it. If you enable the “Undo Send” and send out an email, the usual pop up that says “Your message has been sent” will be followed by “Undo.”
Simply click the link and stop a potential embarrassment you spot in your message. You can delete the message or correct your error and resend.
How to enable the Gmail “Undo Send” Features
To activate the “Undo Send” feature in your Gmail, simply click “settings” – the gear-shaped button located on the top right corner on your mail box, then move to the “General tab” and tick “Enable Undo Send”
You can choose the time frame from 5, 10, 20 or 30 seconds’ cancellation period.
Anytime you send an email, you will see “undo” like I described above, if you discover an error in your email message or you suddenly changed your mind from sending it, you just simply “undo” and your message is called back from delivery. If you are too slow and don’t do this within the chosen seconds you set, no doubt, your ass would be exposed.
The Gmail Labs has always been up to something unique in transforming the world’s email messaging experience; they have a handy of unofficial features which makes the Gmail the best.
Some of the features include the instant messaging, the Google calendar widget and a whole lot of other great stuffs, no wonder, the Gmail is the most widely used email service with over 900 million users globally.
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