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4/22/09
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ashlee.realtor

I want to schedule an email to send at a later date

Is there a way to compose an email and schedule it to send at a later date and time? I do advertising and often finish my ads before they are due... I'd like to be able to schedule them to automatically send at a specific date and time instead of having to save them as a draft and remember to send them the later.
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4/22/09
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Joshua
Sorry, but gmail doesn't have this feature.


scabir
5/25/09
scabir
I have been up to send a message suggesting this feature. I believe that it will be a great change if you add schedule feature to gmail.

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JuanCalzettaIII
6/4/09
JuanCalzettaIII
I JUST WROTE GMAIL suggesting the feature.
A brilliant idea with so many possible utilities.
So please, look for the "Suggest a Feature" link in Gmail help and leave a note at the bottom of the page.
 
- Juan
JuanCalzettaIII
6/4/09
JuanCalzettaIII
PS - Sarah left the link above.
vhromero
9/7/09
vhromero
Dear Gmail Developers. 
Please consider add a schedule feature.
I am serious about time. 
Thank you.
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Kevin - Community Specialist
Hi everyone,

Just circling back on this thread to let you know that the ability to schedule the emails in Gmail to be sent at a later date and time, is now available in case others are searching for this feature today. You can find out more about scheduling an email in our blog post

Thanks!
 
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