Gmail Now Officially Lets You ‘Undo Send’ E-mails

Gmail Now Officially Lets You ‘Undo Send’ Those Really Embarrassing E-mails
It only took six years for the most important feature to be made official.  

Gmail, Google’s e-mail service, has officially added its “Undo Send” feature to the Web-based version of the service.

Previously an experimental feature as part of Gmail’s “labs,” the feature lets users retract an e-mail after it’s been sent (think of all the embarrassment you’ll save yourself).

Users can choose a time window between five and 30 seconds during which they’ll be able to recall that offending e-mail.

It will now be located in Gmail’s general settings tabs (previously hidden in the “labs” section), but users will have to manually enable it.


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