Do you want to schedule emails automatically in Gmail? Yes, you can easily schedule your mail and send them later, according to your wish. Suppose if you want to wish anyone for their birthday, in that case, you can schedule your mail accordingly. You just need to set a date and time from the built-in calendar from Gmail Scheduler. It’s a free application provided by Google.
Just have a glance at this article to know how schedule emails automatically in Gmail.
Steps to schedule emails automatically in Gmail:
Step 1: First, you need to login to your Gmail account by providing your email address and password.
Step 3: Just create 2 or 3 dummy emails and then close the message box which results in an auto-saving of your message in the draft folder.
Step 4: You can see all your emails have been placed in the draft folder.
Step 5: Now, directly go to below link to open Gmail Scheduler Get Gmail Scheduler from here.
(Note: You need to login to your Gmail account and then click on the “Make a Copy” button to continue further)
Step 6: Now go to Gmail Scheduler option and traverse to “Step 1: Authorize”. This step is used for gmail authorization.
Step 8: In the next step, you need to click on “Allow” button to verify Gmail Scheduler.
Step 9: Now, after authorization process, you need to traverse the second option of gmail scheduler, i.e., “Fetch Messages” which is used to fetch all your mails from the draft folder.
Step 10: You may see all your drafts have been fetched in the Gmail Scheduler.
Step 12: You can see your date and time is now being set for your emails, but your email status is still showing “Not Scheduled” message.
Step 13: Now, go to the Gmail Scheduler tab and select the third option, i.e., “Schedule Message”. This step will schedule your emails according to the date and time you’ve decided.
Step 14: Finally, you can see all your emails are now being scheduled.
That’s all friends. Keep reading.