Occasionally, you may want to remember an email if you made a mistake, forgot to mention something, or sent an email to the wrong person. Fortunately, Gmail allows you to cancel sending emails within a specified time. In this article, let’s look at different ways to cancel sending email in Gmail on your computer, Android or iPhone. In addition, we also talked about how you can remember an email after 30 seconds.
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How to cancel or revoke email in Gmail
With Gmail’s Cancel Send feature, you can remember your email within 5, 10, 20, or 30 seconds of sending. What it does is snooze the email by holding on to it for a few seconds before sending. In the meantime, you can reconsider and cancel sending your email if necessary.
By default, it runs for 5 seconds, but can be extended to a maximum of 30 seconds in Gmail settings. Below is a step-by-step guide to unsubscribing from Gmail on your PC, Android, and iOS. Read on.
1. Cancel sending email on the Gmail Web on your computer
- Open the Gmail web in your browser.
- Compose an email and click Send when done.
- As soon as you send the email, you will see a pop-up window in the lower left corner with options for View i Undo message.
- Click on Undo to return an email.
- The email will be dragged back to the draft section.
The option will automatically disappear after a few seconds. So be quick with your decision. We also mentioned how you can adjust and increase the time limit to 30 seconds below.
2. Cancel sending email in Gmail for Android
- Open the Gmail app on your Android phone.
- Compose and send an email as usual.
- After sending the email, it will take you to the default conversation view.
- Click on Undo on the message bar at the bottom.
- It will take you back to the draft version screen to edit and resend or reject the email.
3. Cancel sending email in Gmail for iPhone / iPad
- Open the Gmail app on your iPhone or iPad and send an email.
- Immediately after sending the email, you will see a message sent with the option to Undo.
- Click on it to immediately return your email back to drafts.
- You only have five seconds to cancel the message, after which the option will disappear.
Change the time it takes to call an email
Gmail lets you change the time it takes to call a message. You can set it to 10, 20, or even 30 seconds, depending on how much delay you can afford in sending an email, as follows:
- Open mail.google.com in your browser.
- Click on gear icon in the upper right corner.
- Select View all settings.
- U In general tab, scroll down to Cancel sending option.
- Click the drop-down menu next to it and choose between 5, 10, 20 or 30 seconds according to your needs.
- Hit Save changes at the bottom and close the settings.
Call an email even after 30 seconds
Sorry, you can’t remember email after 30 seconds in Gmail because this is the maximum delay allowed in settings. However, you can send e-mail in confidential mode, where it will automatically expire after a certain time.
You can set up an email to expire after one day, one week, one month, etc. Once an email has been delivered, all of its content will automatically expire after the specified time. You can also revoke an email earlier by manually removing access.
Here are details on how to send confidential emails to Gmail.
This was a quick guide to undoing an incorrectly sent email in Gmail on Android, iOS, or your computer. In addition, we also talked about how to revoke email even after 30 seconds in Gmail. I hope this will help people who make mistakes when sending emails. Anyway, do you find it useful? Let me know in the comments below. Follow us for more articles like this.
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