I want all the emails I send to be scheduled to be sent 5 minutes later, to safe guard from blunders (I know I can undo sending for 30 seconds, I want more time). In Outlook I did it using rules that add a delay, I couldn't find a way to do it in Gmail. I'm in a Linux environment.
stackoverflow.com/questions/35217346/…. Answer from another stackoverflow universe– Harikrushna PatelJun 12, 2022 at 7:19
In the browser, there is something called scheduled send. For setting this as the default behavior, I'm not sure if that's possible.
After selecting Schedule Send (and having a recipient inputted), the following prompt will show up allowing you to choose when to send the email.
You can choose the defaults or set your own by choosing Pick Time and Date. Pressing Pick Time and Date will show the following prompt.
Note: It appears that you cannot set a scheduled mail to be sent in 2 minutes or less, it has to be at least 3 minutes.
You can cancel any scheduled mail by going into this your sidebar and looking for the Scheduled tab.
You can navigate to one of your scheduled emails then press the Cancel Send Button.