How to Schedule Emails in Gmail on iPhone, Android, and Computer

No longer fail to send an important email on time! In this tutorial, I'm gonna show you how you can schedule an email in the Gmail app on your iOS, Android or computer.

Often forget to send an important email to your client, colleague or your boss? Well, Gmail has got an ideal feature so that you will never forget to send a message at the right time and date.

Depending on when you want your message to hit the inbox of the recipient, you can schedule your emails to be sent later using Gmail app not only from iOS and Android device but also from the computer. It’s a better way to prevent forgetfulness from hampering the systematic communication.

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Just one little piece of advice before we start testing out this new add-on: Ensure that your Gmail app is running the latest version as Google has recently rolled out this handy feature.

How to Schedule Emails in Gmail on iOS, Android, and Web

Sticky note: In this post, we’ve shown screenshots of iPhone. As steps are pretty much the same for Android and web, you won’t have any problem in getting the task done.

Step #1. Launch the Gmail app on your device.

Launch the Gmail app on Smartphone

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Step #2. Now, hit the compose button and type in the message you wish to send as usual.

Tap on Compose button and type Message to send in Gmail app

Step #3. Next, enter the email address of the recipient and type in the subject.

Enter recipient Email address and type the subject in Gmail App

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Step #4. Next up, tap on the three dots at the top right and choose Schedule Send.

Choose Schedule Send in Gmail app

Note: On the web, you need to click on the drop-down arrow next to Send option and choose Schedule Send.

Step #5. Now, you have multiple options to select from. For instance, you can draft the email to be sent tomorrow morning and tomorrow afternoon.

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Select the Email Schedule Option in Gmail app

If you want to choose a custom date and time, tap on Pick date & time. Then, set it as desired. Once you are done, tap on Save/Schedule Send.

Schedule Emails in Gmail app on iPhone and Android

That’s pretty much it! Now, these emails will be automatically sent at the set date and time.

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Based on your need, you can easily manage your scheduled emails and even cancel the ones that are no longer important. Keep reading…

How to Manage Scheduled Emails in Gmail on iPhone and Android

Step #1. Open Gmail app on your device.

Step #2. Now, tap on the menu button and choose Scheduled.

Tap on Menu and choose Scheduled in Gmail app

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Step #3. Next, you can touch and hold the respective email to select it. And then, tap on the tiny three dots to access a menu with multiple options like Snooze, Mute, Change Labels and more.

Manage Scheduled Emails in Gmail on iPhone and Android

Note: Alternately, you can tap on the individual email and then tap on the three dots at the top right.

If you want to get rid of the email, tap on the tiny cancel button at the top.

Delete Scheduled Email in Gmail app

On the web, simply select the email and then choose from multiple options like Cancel send, mark as read, snooze and more.

That’s pretty much it!

Wrapping Up…

In terms of popularity, Google Gmail stands out of the rest. The app has a neat user-interface and makes managing emails pretty simple.

Features like Smart Reply, Snoozing and the option to manage VIP contacts come in very handy when you want to take control of your inbox efficiently.

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.
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