Do you use Gmail to schedule emails from your iPhone or iPad? Sometimes, you may change your mind regarding the email you scheduled, and in that situation you would want to stop it from sending automatically on the set date. Luckily, it’s really not that hard to cancel the scheduled email with the Gmail app on iOS and iPadOS.
Although the Mail app that comes pre-installed on iOS and iPadOS devices are preferred by most users to keep themselves updated on their work and personal emails, it doesn’t offer advanced features like email scheduling or being able to send confidential messages. Hence, some users who seek these features resort to third-party email clients, and Gmail is without a doubt the most popular one.
If you’ve scheduled emails recently using the Gmail app and you’re trying to figure out how to stop them from sending, we got you covered.
Thanks for this tip! Super helpful! Too often I find a typo or realize I missed something in a scheduled email and need to cancel. Good to know how easy this is to stop.
I mainly use the Apple Mail app for my email accounts but do find the gmail app very extensive for managing my google mail accounts