Have you ever experienced a situation where you have accidentally sent an email to the wrong person and wished that you could cancel it? Well, Google has some good news for you: you can now unsend an email in Gmail.
This article will introduce you to the Undo Send
feature in Gmail
, which can be found on the Settings
Log in to your Gmail
account. Once connected, click the cog icon in the top-right section of the page, and select Settings
Next, head to the General
section, and scroll to Undo Send
. Tick the Enable Undo Send
By default, the send cancellation period
is set to 10 seconds, but you can configure these settings to your liking by selecting one of the options in the drop-down menu.
Click Save Changes
at the bottom of the page to finish enabling the feature.
Moving forward, you will see a small confirmation box at the top of your screen each time you send an email.
If you'd like to undo your send, simply click the Undo
option to cancel your email. As long as you click the button within the designated time, your email will not send:
Upon cancellation, you will be brought back to the message composition window, where you will have the opportunity to make changes to your message.
Published by ChristinaCCM
Latest update on August 22, 2016 at 03:26 AM by owilson.