Gmail will soon allow you to ‘unsend’ your sent email

Gmail will soon allow you to ‘unsend’ your sent email

In October 2014, Google launched a new email client called ‘Inbox’, which is essentially a much more organised, easy to access, more intuitive and informative mail service.

According BGR India, Inbox will soon include a feature that will allow its users to unsend the sent mails. A similar feature exists on Gmail’s web version via its Google Mail Labs channel. It allows user a period of 10 seconds after hitting the sent button to retract the mail. Inbox is expected to feature a similar option.

Other than the power to retract sent mails, the Google team plans to introduce features like cross-browsing and integration with Google Drive. The team is also working to make the Inbox app available for tablet devices.

These features are expected to be rolled out in a few weeks.

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