The iOS 16 Mail app has been updated to include the long-awaited Undo Send option. The feature is designed to let users unsend an email if they make a mistake or just change their mind. Apple’s Mail app is getting a complete overhaul with the introduction of new features with the iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura. Let us take a look at the Mail app’s newly added features.
Undo Send Option In iOS 16 Mail App: Here’s How It Works
You can now easily unsend an email after it’s sent by using the Undo Send option in the iOS 16 Mail app. However, there is a catch. The Undo Send option will be functional for up to 10 seconds after you send an email, so you will not have much time to rethink your decision.
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Notably, Google’s Gmail service has a similar feature, but it allows users to customize the cancellation period to 5, 10, 20, or 30 seconds. While Apple is limiting the cancellation period to 10 seconds for now, we can expect the company to extend the time limit in future updates.
Furthermore, there are several other new features coming to the Mail app. The iOS 16 update will let you schedule your emails for the future, or have Mail send you a reminder about an email you opened but forgot to respond to. It will also let you move sent messages to the top of your inbox, so you can get a reminder to send a follow-up, and it can notify you if you forget an important part of an email like an attachment or recipient. Additionally, email messages are also getting support for rich links and improved search results.
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