Google announced that Gmail would natively support email scheduling in April 2019, and the feature became available in desktop and mobile about a month later.
Previously, you’d have to use a third-party add-on to do this sort of basic scheduling. Thankfully, Gmail’s feature is perfectly easy to use, and it has a range of applications for scheduling work and personal messages. Maybe you’re trying to talk to someone in a different time zone, nag someone about an event, or you just want to remind your future self about something. If so, schedule an email.
To schedule a message via Gmail in a desktop web browser, follow these steps:
- Compose a new email
- Click the triangle next to the blue “Send” button
- Select one of the suggested times, or…