Have you ever been in a situation where you write an email at night and save it as a draft, thinking you will send it in the morning, only to completely forget to send it the next day? You’re not alone. But that’s about to change for good. Reports say that the Mountain View tech giant is developing a feature that allows you to schedule emails.
A teardown of the Gmail v8.7.15 APK hinted at the possibility of Google letting users schedule mails soon. If so, the feature will be carried over to web and iOS as well. The title “Schedule send” was found in the overflow for the “Compose” screen, leading to the belief that this could be a new way of scheduling emails while composing.
Currently, users use workarounds and browser extensions to schedule emails in Gmail. Once Google rolls out the update, users will have to update the Gmail app to use this feature. Google seems to be planning a complete revamp of the Gmail experience, choosing to go against the “If it ain’t broken, don’t try to fix it” jargon. The company announced a new design for Gmail with as well.