Last Updated: Friday, September 25, 2015

A Simple Trick to Schedule Your Emails in Gmail

Did you ever wish that Gmail has an email scheduling feature? Though Gmail still lacks this feature, there is a tool that can help you with that. It's called Boomerang.

Boomerang is an amazing plugin that you can add in your Chrome or Firefox browser, so that you may be able to schedule your emails any time you want.


Here's a quick installation guide:

By the way, I'm using Chrome, but I guess the installation method is almost the same for Firefox.

1. Go to the Boomerang website, and click this big red button.


2. A pop-up will appear initiating you to add the Boomerang extension.


3. Then click the "Install Boomerang" button.


To check if you have successfully installed the plugin, login to your Gmail account.

Do you see a rainbow-colored boomerang at the upper right corner of your screen?


If you do, then you can already compose emails and schedule them.


How to schedule your emails

1. To send emails and schedule them, simply click the "Compose" button and get your message written.


2. Click the "Send Later" button.


3. Schedule your email at a specific date and time, and click "Confirm."


There you go. Now, you can schedule an email to be sent later.

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