With the release of macOS Ventura, you can now schedule emails using the Mail App.
Let's find out how we can do that:
As you write an email and click on the drop-down next to the Send icon, you will see options like,
- Send Now
- Send 9 AM Tonight
- Send 7 PM Monday
- Send Later...
These options may change depending on the day and the time you are writing the email. When you click on Send Later, you get the Calendar where you can choose a custom date and time when you want to send this email out. This is really handy when it comes to scheduling in advance for events like,
- Birthday or anniversary emails for friends, family, or colleagues,
- Better timing an event email to your team/group,
- To make sure email is not delivered during the nighttime when the person/people may be asleep.
- An scheduled email to yourself to remind you of something important.
Once you have scheduled an email you can see them under a new section called "Send Later".
If you wish to undo or edit the scheduled email, you can simply do that here!
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