You can ask Gmail to send email drafts automatically for you in the future using ActiveInbox.
If you do email at unusual hours or during the weekend don’t want to send them outside of working hours, scheduling an email to get sent automatically at a certain time can be really helpful.
Just click our new ‘Send Later‘ button instead of the Send button anywhere in Gmail. Choose the date and time slot (ActiveInbox let’s you choose a time at 15 minute intervals). And that’s it! Your message will sit in Gmail’s drafts until it is ready to be sent out and then we’ll send it for you, whether you are logged in or not.
What other options for getting Send Later in Gmail are there out there?
Boomerang (who were one of the first to start offering this feature in Gmail) do the same thing – but you can only send 10 emails per month for free. You then have to pay $5 p/m.
ActiveInbox is the same price but gives you unlimited emails to send later as well as a fully integrated task manager inside Gmail with many time-saving features like notes and checklists in your emails, status buttons to categorize emails easily, and even email sorting and pipelines.
Find out more here, or start scheduling unlimited emails to send later with our 2 week free trial now.
This was written by Andy Mitchell