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Gmail permanently adds “Undo Send” feature

Ever needed to take back an email you recently sent out? Gmail just made its “Undo Send” feature a permanent option.

It’s 2015 and Google has finally made its “undo send” feature a permanent fixture in Gmail. Although this sounds like a new feature and all, it isn’t. Google has experimented this in their Labs section for numerous years now, and now, they’re making it an indefinite option.

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To enable this feature, head on over to “Settings” by clicking the gear icon, which is located on the right-upper corner. Click to enable “Undo Send” and set your desired delay time by 5-30 seconds.

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I can’t begin tell you how clutch this feature is. There’s been many times where I have sent people email’s with the wrong first names, typos, or even the wrong email address’ for that matter. Clicking that little box was one of the best things I could do for myself. Enable this feature now and you can thank me later.

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