In this episode, Thomas Domville shows us how to schedule an email using the Send Later feature on the iOS Mail app.
Have you ever needed to send an email but didn't want to interrupt someone's work or personal time? With the Send Later feature, you can schedule emails to be sent at a specific date and time, making sure your message arrives at the most appropriate moment. Thomas walks us through the process step-by-step, showing us how to set a custom date and time for your email, as well as how to manage and edit scheduled emails.
To do this, compose an email in the Mail app and triple-tap (or double-tap and hold) the Send button, and choose an option from the menu that appears. If you choose the "Send later" option, a dialog will appear allowing you to choose a date and time. After the message has been scheduled, it can be found in the "Send later" mailbox, and you can change the scheduled time by opening the message and double-tapping the Edit button.
Nice information however
This 18 minute podcast could have taken 3 or 4 minutes instead. In my humble opinion it was very long without good reason.
In any case it was very useful. I downloaded Gmail in order to schedule emails. didn’t know I could do it with a native iOS app.
RE: Nice information however
I’m sorry to hear that you think the podcast is to long for your liking. However, the main goal of any of my podcast is to include beginners in mind. So, that will entail a longer podcast to ensure understanding and other advice, tip, and suggestion are always added as I know there may be questions or thoughts of users that aren’t familiar with VoiceOver. It can be long for more advanced users but just keep in mind when you see any podcast submitted by me will more than likely be longer but easy to understand and detailed for all users in mind.