Schedule an Email to be Sent Later in Gmail
With Gmelius you can easily schedule emails to be sent later at the date and time of your choosing.
This functionality lets you decide when your email should reach your recipient’s inbox improving the likelihood that they are opened, read and responded to.
Here are some of the reasons you may want to send emails later:
- Send emails at a time when they are most likely to be opened and read
- Account for differences in timezone when sending messages
- Avoid missing a birthday or anniversary
- Write your work-related emails over the weekend and schedule them to be sent on Monday morning
Open your Gmelius settings, and navigate to the “Compose” tab. Enable the feature called “Send Later” and save your changes.
Compose or reply to an email and before sending it click the clock icon located next to the
Send button. Pick a date and time of your choice, and click the
To avoid many emails arriving in the same person’s inbox at the same time, you can set an approximate time. As a result, emails will appear to have been sent manually. To do this, type the keyword ‘around’ into the grey box (as shown in the example above). Gmelius will schedule your email within +/- 15 minutes of the chosen time.
Once scheduled, your message will remain in your inbox and will be available for viewing and edits before the scheduled time. View messages in your
Draft folder or in the new
Scheduled section located on the left hand side of your Gmail inbox:
At Gmelius we’ve worked hard to make scheduling emails as easy and intuitive as possible.
You can use our Gmail scheduler for personal and professional use to write emails when it makes most sense for you, and ensure they are sent at an optimal time for your recipient.