How to Recall Emails? Gmail Android App Now Gets 'Undo Send' Feature
Gmail App (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Google, a famous tech giant, has been making continuous efforts on improving the overall user experience for its users. After introducing new design looks to Gmail, the company has now introduced Undo Send Feature to the Gmail Android app. However, this feature is already available on the website version of Gmail, inbox app for iOS and Android. But, the version 8.7 and up of Gmail for Android has received the feature reports Android Police.

Moreover, the support page of Google also notes that the users recall a message after sending it via Android App. Oppo F9, Oppo F9 Pro Smartphones Launched in India at Rs 19,990 & Rs 23990.

Here are the new Undo Send Feature works -

After sending an email, the user will get a pop-up notification giving you an option to cancel the message before being sent. This option emerges at the bottom of the screen. Nokia 6.1 Plus, Nokia 5.1 Plus Smartphones Launched in India; Online Sale on August 30 at Flipkart & Official Website.

When Cancel button is pressed, the user is brought back to the draft page of the email. If the user doesn’t click the cancel button, the email is sent and a quick option of ‘Undo’ pops up. Hitting the undo option, the user is again brought back to the draft page of the email.

This new feature is offered on the Gmail version 8.7. And, if you don’t see this feature, head straight to Play Store and update the Gmail app. Previously, Gmail also introduced ‘Confidential Mode’, which allows the users to send emails that will self-destruct at a specific time frame.