How To Unsend Emails In Gmail on Desktop and Mobile?

If you use Gmail, there is an unsend option on both desktop and mobile systems.

Both systems have a rather short period where you can unsend your message, but it is possible.

Unsend Emails In Gmail on Desktop

First, you need to set a time limit for undoing a message. Click on settings and the small gear icon. And then click on "See all settings." In the "Undo Send" section, select the send cancellation period time.

Now, just choose under 5, 10, 20, or 30 seconds. Then scroll to the bottom of the page and click "Save Changes." Now, as soon as you send an email, look for the "Message sent" pop-up, which will appear on the lower-left side of your screen.

You'll have the option to undo or view your message. Click "undo." The message will unsend, and a window to recompose the message will appear on the bottom-right side of the screen.

Unsend Emails In Gmail on Mobile

The process of unending an email in Gmail on an iPhone, iPad, or Android device is the same, the difference being that you do not have the option to change the length of the cancellation period.

It is set to an unchangeable five seconds, so you must act quickly. An email sent notification will appear at the bottom of the screen alongside an undo option.

Tap "undo." The message will unsend, and you'll be taken to a screen to recompose the message.

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