- Take a nap. Your letters can wait
- Snooze emails with the Gmail website
- Snooze emails with the Gmail mobile app
- How to check dormant emails early
Take a nap. Your letters can wait
Sometimes you just don’t have time to answer emails, but now Gmail users can put emails aside for later and handle incoming messages when they have time. Whether you’re on your computer on the Gmail website or on your smartphone with the Gmail app, you can force Google to delete emails from your inbox and bring them back at a specific time when you can manage them.
Snooze emails with the Gmail website
If you use the Gmail website to check your inbox, follow these simple steps to snooze an email to reply later or later.
Attend Gmail website and log in to your account when prompted.
Hover over the message you want to snooze.
Select the icon from the icons shown to the right of the letter: clock †
Advice † Word “ Delay ” appears when the mouse hovers over the appropriate selection.
Once selected, set the date and time you want to receive a reminder letter.
Snooze emails with the Gmail mobile app
If you’re using the Gmail mobile app on iOS or Android, follow these steps to snooze an email to reply later or later.
Open Gmail Mobile App and log in to your account when prompted.
Press your finger on the message you want to snooze.
Choose an icon parameters in the top right corner of the screen, which is shown as three horizontal dots.
Select a function from the menu that appears. Delay †
Finally, set the date and time when you want to receive a reminder letter.
How to check dormant emails early
If you decide you can’t wait for a sent email, check it out by selecting the folder snoozed in your Gmail account; access directly under the regular Inbox option.
If you are using the Gmail mobile app, you can access your email folders by clicking the button menu in the top left corner of the screen. It looks like three horizontal lines.