You can't do this natively with GMail but you can do it with browser extensions:
Streak is free and has a "Send later" feature.
RightInbox is free for up to 10 emails per month
Boomergang is free for up to 10 emails per month
Despite requests for this feature since 2009, the Gmail team refused to implement it.
There are however browser extensions and apps that let you schedule new emails or replies:
Streak is a free browser extension CRM for Gmail and has a "Send later" feature (you don't need to bother with the CRM at all). You can conveniently schedule a reply right from the ...
You can now schedule posts for a Facebook page.
You can prepare a post and schedule it to appear later by adding a date and time in the future before you post it. You can schedule a post up to 6 months in advance in 15-minute intervals.
From your Page's sharing tool:
Choose the type of post you want to add to your Page * Click the
There is now a bit of script that you can install through Google docs that will let you save a draft with the delivery time and apply a label to have the email automatically sent. I have not tried this myself, but it came up while I was looking for a solution to this problem.
Setting the refresh rate to a custom time interval does not seem to be supported at this time.
You could check the Google Docs Product Ideas to see if anyone has suggested this feature. If no one has suggested it, you should just submit it as an feature idea.
Yes, that is possible. There is a per-group setting to control the frequency of digest emails. There is an overview for all groups from which it can be set in a batch-like fashion:
Settings (upper right, in pop-up under your name) -> "Email Preferences" -> "Set the frequency of group digest emails".
Change the popup for one or more groups from "Daily ...
For the both use cases, you can set custom "when" to send conditions with the conditional logic builder. You'll need a different notification email for each use case you've identified.
For the delay of five minutes, set the Send when Submitted "When" condition to be 5 minutes later than the Entry.Submitted dateTime object.
Now() = Entry.Submitted....
IFTTT can't handle sheduled published videoes. Their support clarified this for me when I contacted them.
The free service Zapier, on the other hand, can solve this problem for you. I modified this zap a little: http://zpr.io/GTQz (the link is now broken) and it works like a charm.
Now I have Zapier zap a link from YouTube to my Facebook every time a ...
Disclaimer: I built this.
Give Publer a shot. It's a Superhero/App that lets you schedule your posts for your Facebook Profile (what you asked for), Pages, Groups and Events.
The free version lets you have up to 10 pending scheduled posts per each Account (Profile, Page, Group, Event). Once a pending scheduled post is published, you can schedule another ...
Look at the bottom left corner of the status post box. Type your post as usual, then click the small clock icon in the bottom left of the box to schedule the date/time you want the post to be displayed.