There are times when you are working and sending an email at that time may not feel right and later you might ... Read More
For most of us, Gmail is the primary email service that we rely on. There are times when you are working and sending an email at that time may not feel right and later you might be unavailable or do not have access to internet. This is when the feature of scheduling an email on Gmail comes in to your rescue. For this, you will need a tool called Boomerang -- compatible with both Chrome browser on desktop and your Android smartphone.
Here is how it works:
Scheduling Gmail on Chrome browser:
* Add Boomerang as a Chrome extension from the Chrome webstore at www.chrome.google.com/webstore * Open Gmail or reload Gmail in case it is already open * Click on Compose and you will observe a new option at the bottom of the message box called Send later * Write a message in Gmail like you always do and then click Send Later menu to specify the time you want it sent * You can either do this by selecting the options given varying from 1 hour to 1 month or specify the exact time at which you want to send it * Authenticate the tool by permitting pop-ups * Hit send later and your email will be sent at that time
Scheduling Gmail on Android smartphone:
* Install Boomerang Mail app on your smartphone * Open app and select Gmail * Configure your Gmail id and password in the app * Compose the email in the app and tap on send later * Select the desired time and date * Hit send later and your email will be sent at that time