Tuesday, 23 Apr 2019

Google will test 'time machine' feature on Gmail


IllustrationIllustration - Ever imagined sending scheduled emails that are automatically sent 10 minutes, 10 days, or decades ahead? This function is promised to arrive soon in Gmail. Based on the leak quoted from 9to5Google on Monday, March 18th 2019, the automatic e-mail function that acts like a "time machine" will be found in the latest Gmail version code for Android.

9to5Google in its report cited code reference findings for the feature of scheduling e-mail delivery, with a number of time-span options, ranging from 2 minutes to even 50 years. However, this ability is also offset by the cancellation function if the users change their mind. Under certain conditions, this cancellation also allows direct e-mail to turn into a normal draft.

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Also known, e-mail that will be sent will be processed in cloud. So, email can still be sent even though we are offline, or the cellphone is turned off. This is not a "sighting" scheduling feature to send an email for the first time. Gmail has been mentioned as having this feature, including when it found a similar function leak in July 2018. But the latest information says this time Google seems to be more serious to immediately realize the feature.


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