Have you ever sent an email and two seconds later think, “holy crap, no I wasn’t suppose to send that. Delete, delete, delete.”
Well now you can unsend that email you regret oh so much. Google adds new “undo send” option available for you to retract that annoying message you wish you never typed.
Gmail, the world’s most popular email platform, now gives users the option to set time delay between 5 and 30 seconds before sending an email. You’ll have that much time to hit “undo send” and save yourself heartache.
You can enable “undo send” by clicking on the gear wheel icon at the top right of the Gmail display hub, then “Settings.”
Google (GOOGL, Tech30) announced this on Monday and immediately started updating accounts, but it could take two weeks for this to roll out to everyone.