Google has been slowly improving its email application, known as Gmail. Among the functions, it has added is the ability to snooze emails. What is it for and how can you use it? Let us show you how to do it in this article.
What is snooze for in Gmail?
Snooze is a feature that lets you set a date and time for any email you receive in your inbox. This way, you will receive a notification at the right time. This is a very useful feature in certain circumstances. For example, let's say you have received an email with tickets for a concert. Instead of keeping the message in the main inbox, you can snooze it until the right moment when you need to check it. Until then, it will remain hidden. When the time comes, Gmail will notify you again at the selected date and time as if you had received the email at that precise moment.
How to snooze an email in Gmail?
You can postpone a mailing for later in just a few steps. The first and most obvious is to open the conversation you want to snooze.Open an email
Then, drop down the options menu and tap on Snooze.Open the message’s main menu
In the pop-up dialog, choose one of the predefined settings for snoozing mail. If none of them fit your needs, just choose Select date and time.Selection of default times
Choose the day using the calendar selector.Choose a date
Finally, set the time you want to get the notification.Choose a time
If you want to check the conversations you have snoozed, open the side menu and select the Snoozed section.Location of snoozed emails
From there, you will be able to read the emails you have marked as snoozed and modify the date and time of each one of them.