As you know, Gmail is preloaded with various excellent features which are disabled by default in your Gmail account to provide fast and reliable experience. It can make various things possible, even those about which we can’t think of. One of them is – to undo a sent email. As there is a popular proverb – Bullet once fired from a gun can’t return back in gun again. But Gmail has proved this myth wrong as far as e-mailing is concerned. You can undo your sent mail again and can get your sent mail back. If you have send an email to someone and realize soon that you have missed some important image or documents to attach with, then you can undo that email instantly and again you can resend that email with necessary editing.
What an Amazing Feature!
So If you find this feature of Gmail useful then definitely you would like to enable it in your Gmail account. So get ready, here presents step-by-step demonstration of how to enable this feature in your Gmail account.
- First log into your Gmail account. Click on icon located at the right upper corner and select Settings.
- In the next screen, click on “Labs” located on toolbar and type Undo Send in the filter box and hit Enter.
In the result provided turn on the “Enable” radio button and finally don’t forget to click on “Save Changes” button.
- Now you are done with the settings. If you want to test this, just compose a mail and hit send button. As soon as your mail has been sent, an option of “Undo” appears along with “View message” in a notification.
If you want to cancel that email, just click on Undo and your sent message will no longer exist in the recipient’s inbox. 😆 😆