How to unsend an e-mail

You really need to turn this Gmail feature on.

WE’VE all been there.

That stomach-churning moment where you hit send on an email and you instantly know you’ve made a mistake.

Luckily for you, Google released an “undo send” option on Gmail late in 2016, giving users an electronic eraser for their outbox.

Read on to see how it works …

How do I enable the Undo feature on Gmail?

In order to be able to retract your regretful messages you will need to enable the Gmail Undo feature.

It is one of Google’s opt-in, add-on features in Google’s Labs.

The option is available to all Gmail users accessing their inbox via the web.

Log into your Gmail account and click on the cog in the top right of the screen under your profile picture.

Select the “Settings” list and it will take you to a new screen with all of the options for your account.

Check the box next to “Enable Undo Send” and you can then also adjust the cancellation period from between five and 30 seconds.


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