If you have ever used Microsoft’s email application—Outlook, or a similar platform, the one thing you would miss on Gmail (web application) is scheduling emails. Google as of now doesn’t give you the option to schedule your emails in Gmail, yet you could still schedule them.
There may numerous extensions/plugins available on the internet for scheduling emails in Gmail, but here we are going to tell you about 2 of the widely used and effective plugins for scheduling your emails on Gmail.
The First Is – SalesHandy
To get started, all you need to do is, install the chrome extension of SalesHandy to your browser. After you have installed the plugin, just refresh your Gmail page. Now, compose an email, and you would see a new tab (green colored)- ‘Send Later’ just above the by default ‘Send’ button. Clicking on it would give you a window, with a timezone dropdown and a calendar. First, you need to select your timezone on the left and then select the date and time from the calendar on the right. Your mail is all set!
SalesHandy gives you unlimited email scheduling and has more than 2 dozens of time zones to select from. SalesHandy is not only about scheduling your emails, if you want to manage your scheduled emails, you simply have to go to its dashboard.
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The Second Plugin Is, Boomerang
Yet another amazing Gmail scheduler is Boomerang. Add the extensions to your Chrome from the webstore and reload the Gmail page. Just as SalesHandy, you would see a ‘Send Later’ at the bottom. Click on the button and you would get the option to schedule your emails. You would have to authenticate the tool by permitting the pop-ups.
With Boomerang you could also schedule your emails on your smartphone. All you need to do is, install the Boomerang Mail App from the play store. Once you open the app, it will ask you to configure your Gmail- the username and the password. Now, when your Gmail is configured with the app, you just need to compose the email and like you get an option of ‘Send Later’ in the web application, there would a scheduling option in the Gmail app too. Schedule your email and you are done.
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