There are many active Gmail users online today since Gmail has become so popular. Now, according to Forbes, as of June 23 Gmail has officially rolled out their newest feature — undo send. This new feature can be used to get an email back after it’s already been sent. At the last minute, you can ‘undo send’ and it will come back to you to fix whatever you did wrong. It is also handy should you send an angry email and then regret it.
You can enable this feature by clicking on the gear icon in Gmail and clicking on settings. Once you get to the general settings tab, scroll down until you see ‘enable undo send’ and click to make sure it is enabled. You can choose between 5, 10, 20 and 30 seconds of an ‘undo send.’ It is highly recommended to enable this feature with 30 seconds in mind so you will have enough time to undo your send before it goes out to the person it is meant for.
According to Engadget, if you had already enabled this feature in Gmail Labs, it will already be turned on for you. However, if not, you will have to enable it yourself but as you can see, it is pretty easy.
It is not yet available for the Gmail mobile app but Gmail says the feature will be available for the mobile app soon so stay tuned.
This article is reposted with the author’s permission from examiner.com.