How to Schedule Emails With Using Gmail’s New Feature
On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the establishment of Google’s email service, Google announced two new features, the most important of which is the scheduling of messages to be sent later and Smart Compose.
Let’s start with the intelligent creation where Gmail tries to use artificial intelligence to make suggestions for the content of the message for one-touch typing. The feature also learns from your style of opening or closing messages. The feature also suggests an address for messages based on their content.
The Smart Compose feature is now available to all Android users on all devices, previously exclusive to a 2-pixel phone, and will be available later on iOS users.
Smart Compose does not support Arabic yet but supports English, Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese.
The most important advantage to me is scheduling, which should have been made available for a long time. Simply click the Send button to the Schedule button through the small arrow next to the Send button to choose the desired transmission date by day and hour after which the message is scheduled to actually be sent to the selected date and not directly.