Tuesday, September 28, 2010


Ever hit "Send Mail" a little too soon?  Notice a typo just a few seconds after you click send?  Or forget to attach a file to an email you just sent?

Today's Tech Gospel is about one of the many features in Gmail Labs.  It's a feature called Undo Send.  It gives you a few seconds to undo sending an email.

When enabled, you can still stop an email from being sent a few seconds after you click SEND.

Very easy to use, eliminates the hassle of resending the same email in case you forgot to include something, or decide to not send the email at all.

There are a whole lot of other features available in Labs, and I encourage you to try them out to see which ones you find useful.

Some are still in the experimental stage so they may cause a few glitches, if that happens, Gmail has a "Disable Labs" emergency feature for cases where Labs features cause problems.  So no need to worry.

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