In order to recall an email in Gmail on an iPhone, you must first click the Undo Send button, which appears after you send it. However, this feature is only available for a few seconds after you send the message. After this time, you can only recall the message up to half an hour after you sent it.
Undo Send only appears for up to 10 seconds after you send an email
Undo Send is a new feature in the iOS Mail app, which delays the sending of an email for a few seconds. This allows you to make last-minute edits to a message before sending it. However, it is important to note that iOS will only allow you to undo the action up to 10 seconds after sending it.
Undo Send is now available in iOS 16 as well as macOS 13 Ventura. The Undo Send option will stop sending an email for up to 10 seconds. Undo Send can be very useful if you accidentally send an email and realize later that you made a mistake. Once you’ve hit the Send button, you’ll see a message that shows up as a draft or an unsent message.
To use the Undo Send feature, first sign in with your Google account. Click the Gear icon on the top right corner of the screen. Click the “See All Settings” link. Once you’re on the Settings page, tap the Undo Send option. From there, you’ll have a drop-down menu of duration options. Choose the duration you’d like to wait, and then hit Save Changes.
You can also recall emails that have already been sent by using the Gmail app. If you accidentally sent a message, you can click the “Undo Send” button in the top-right corner of the message. You can also go back to the unsent email and edit it by pressing the “Edit” button on the message.
In addition to the Undo Send feature, you can also use Mailbutler to disable the Undo Send menu bar icon. This feature will prevent the email from being sent and will keep the main Mail app window open in the background.
You can only recall a message after 1 hour
In Gmail, there’s a setting you can enable that lets you recall an email after you’ve sent it. By default, it’s only possible to recall an email if the recipient has not opened it yet. To make this setting work, go to Settings. Then tap the “Enable Undo Send” option. You can then set the time after which you’d like to recall an email.
The process is simple and easy. First, open your Sent Items folder. Double-click the message you wish to recall. On the next screen, select Delete unread copies. You’ll be prompted to confirm that you want to recall the message. If the recall process fails, you’ll receive an alert to let you know that it failed. Otherwise, the email will remain in your public folder.
After a message is sent, the recipient can only recall it within the time specified. The time frame can range from five to thirty seconds. The reason for this is that Gmail has a feature that lets users undo sent emails within a short time.
Recalling an email is easier than ever. Luckily, the Undo option is still available. You can reopen a message in Gmail after 1 hour, if you want to. If you want to send the message right away, you can send it to the recipient’s inbox.
Recalling emails can also be done from mobile devices. To recall an email, you must be logged in on Gmail. Then, go to Settings and tap the Undo Send option. You can only recall an email within a certain time frame, so it’s important to be patient.
If you forget about sending an email, the Unsend option will delay the process so you can rethink it later. It also works for Microsoft Exchange and Outlook. But remember, this feature only works for messages sent to your co-workers or people you know.